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LYNX Yellobrik CDH1811 firmware updated (v399)

Lynx have announced a new firmware update for the CDH 1811 3Gbit HD SDI to HDMI Plus audio converter. Which is now available to down load from Canford.

RELEASE NOTES

V 399 -  [Current Release] 

+ Added 16 channel audio level meters
+ Added AFD/WSS/VI code display

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Cumulative Upgrade which includes previous releases below:

V 389
Fixed bug #1870: Deembedder is not transparent for embedded Dolby E 24bit through all channels in SD-SDI mode
Fixed bug #1849: Processing 1080psF24 takes 2 frames instead of 1 Frame delay 
Fixed #1905: DVITC decoder is not able to detect and decode Timecode from certain 525 sources

            
V 383 
Reworked standard indication in metadata
       
V 372 
+ Added Video Standard Indication Burn-In 
     
v 370 
Fixed Bug #1829: Dolby E not passed in all configurations    
Fixed Bug #1824: audio disturbances with SMTPE 352 payload
    
V 369 
+ Added DVITC burn in         
+ Added support for 1080psf video input standards     
+ Added support for slow 720p (30, 29.97, 25, 24, 23.97) video input standards   
+ Added 3G -- Level A support (1080p59.94, 1080p50, 1080p60).
    
V 363 
Initial Release

 

Download

To download the update go to the Yellowbrik product page and click the Product Resource tab

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