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The following information applies to both Vicon Lock+ and Vicon Lock+ SDI.

Genlock support for analog input
Timecode support SMPTE 12M-1-2008

Analog SD
bi-sync

Analog HD
tri-sync

Vicon base
frame rate

Fps

VITC

LTC

720 x 525 x 59.94 I (NTSC)

 

29.97

Yes

Yes

720 x 625 x 50 I       (PAL)

 

25

Yes

Yes

 

1920 x 1080 x 30P

30

No

Yes

 

1920 x 1080 x 24P

24

No

Yes

 

1920 x 1080 x 23.98 P

23.98

No

Yes

 

The following information applies to Vicon Lock+ SDI only.

Note that in the following tables:

  • Vicon frame rate reflects some words missing - clarify we lock of a frame basis and not field for interlaced signals.
  • SD = Standard Definition
  • HD = High Definition
  • 3G = 2.97 Gbs
  • H,V are active horizontal and vertical pixels respectively
  • I = Interlaced
  • P = Progressive.
  • Anc = ancillary. Both horizontal and vertical inserted timecode are supported. Anc VITC or Anc LTC identification is also embedded in this data.

Genlock support for SMPTE 259M (270Mbps SD SDI)

Video Format
H x V x Field  (type)

Vicon base
frame rate

Fps

LTC

1440 x 576 x 50 I         (PAL)

25

Yes

1440 x 487 x 59.94 I    (NTSC)

29.97

Yes

Genlock support for SMPTE 274M (1080P <= 30fps) – SMPTE 292M (1.485Gbps HD SDI)1
Timecode support SMPTE 12M-2

Video Format

H x V x Frame - type

Vicon frame rate

Fps

Anc VITC

Anc LTC

LTC

1920 x 1080 x 30 P

30

Yes

Yes

Yes

1920 x 1080 x 29.97 P

29.97

Yes

Yes

Yes

1920 x 1080 x 25 P

25

Yes

Yes

Yes

1920 x 1080 x 24 P

24

Yes

Yes

Yes

1920 x 1080 x 23.98 P

23.98

Yes

Yes

Yes

1920 x 1080 x 59.94 I

29.97

Yes

Yes

Yes

1920 x 1080 x 50 I

25

Yes

Yes

Yes

what does the 1 above refer to?

Genlock support for SMPTE 425M (1080P 25 – 60fps) – SMPTE 424M (2.97Gbps HD SDI)

Timecode support SMPTE 12M-2

Active Video Area 

H x V x Frame - type

Vicon frame Rate

Fps

Anc VITC

Anc LTC

LTC

1920 x 1080 x 60 P2

60

Yes

Yes

Yes

2 Timecode is still output at 30fps.