Video capture hardware solution
The NotePAC-III is a triple screen portable laptop. Machined from aluminum, and with high-end graphics and a video capture card designed for use in theatre. The NotePAC-III has passed Mil-Std 461 (EMC/EMI), DTE-901E (Shock/Torpedo Strike) and 810G (environmental).
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Deployable Video Editing Laptop:
Small and light enough to travel with you and go in an airline overhead bin, the NotePAC-III packs a lot of power into its robust chassis. A 16 core Intel Xeon and up to 512GB of RAM means you can run more virtual machines than most people need. Four 7.6TB removable SSD drives give you space for video files and other storage. If that’s not enough, you can attach a NAS (Network-attached storage) through one of the two 10G fiber ports, and still have multiple Gigabit ports free.
Intel Xeon 16 Core Processor
30TB removable SSD storage
The standard capture card supports H.264 hardware compression for a multitude of formats:
Max FPS: 1920×1200p@60/50fps in → 1920×1200p@30/25fps out
1920×1080p@60/50fps in → 1920×1080p@60/50fps out
1×HDMI, 1×DVI-I, 1×YPbPr, 1×SDI, 1×CVBS, 1×S-Video
Video RAW data resolution
1×SDI Embedded Audio, 1×HDMI Embedded Audio, A Pair of RCA Audio Connector (Audio L/R Through Component Cable) Stereo / 16-bit / 32 ~ 48KHz
Recording Video Resolution
The computer video card is an Nvidia Quadro P4000, which is the world’s most powerful single-slot professional video card. It has 8GB of DDR5 RAM and can process 5.2 TFLOPS Single Precision floating point 32 bit. There is a custom cooling vent for the video card’s fan to ensure maximum performance under load. This hardware makes video editing feel seamless and productive.
Three 17.1” HD monitors unfold to give a 5760 x 1080 display. High-quality friction hinges allow the displays to be adjusted for rake and the outer displays tilted in for optimum ergonomics.
The backlit keyboard allows use in low-light conditions such as the CIC (Combat Information Center) or other C4ISR operations center. A touchpad is provided, and there is a conveniently placed USB port for mouse operation for those that prefer it.