Analog Way Releases New LiveCore™ Firmware Upgrade

Analog Way is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the new v03.01.60 firmware for all the LiveCore™ Presentation Mixers.

September 2015 - Analog Way, a leading designer and manufacturer of presentation mixers and image converters, is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the new v03.01.60 firmware for all the LiveCore™ Presentation Mixers. The new firmware offers major improvements in terms of show creation and management.


Analog Way's LiveCore™ series of AV Mixers offers versatile connectivity and state-of-the-art processing through six models: Ascender 48, Ascender 32, Ascender 16, SmartMatriX Ultra,NeXtage 16, and NeXtage 08. The line has been updated with new v03.01.60 firmware, immediately available for all the LiveCore™ systems.

The new firmware offers major improvements including the new Cut & Fill feature. This functionality allows the content of a layer to be keyed using an input or a still picture (frame or logo). Pairing two layers with the Web RCS - one containing a grey level source (Cut), the other one a live source (Fill) - the unit can display perfectly keyed content to achieve non-rectangular, smooth-edged key layers. The Cut can be either a live source synchronized with the Fill or a still picture.

In addition, several other features that expand display capabilities have been implemented. Operators can now create custom output formats. These can be stored in the Custom Output Format section which offers up to 10 memories. This feature is particularly useful for LED wall applications and nonstandard industrial display applications.

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