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Pioneer said it is now shipping its first Blu-ray Disc player designed for professional applications.
The model BDP-V6000 ($999) professional Blu-ray Disc player features full BD-Live functionality, and support for content encoded in both the NTSC and PAL broadcast standard signal formats.
Inputs include an RS-232C control port that enables integrators to control the player through any number of external devices.
Also included are enhanced search options that allow users to search directly within the disc's video content to locate a title, chapter or time code quickly and easily.
The BDP-V6000 plays video at 30 fps, 25 fps and 24 fps, and supports playback of all BD titles that do not contain region codes from outside the player's “home” region.
Also included is a professional graphic user interface tjat provides improved player set-up and internal playlist operation.
Bonus View and BD-Live functions are supported with 1GB of internal memory.
Other features include power on start, playlist play, tray lock, front-panel key lock and no manufacturer power-on logo.
A rack mount kit is included.
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