Video distributors and video screen splitters are currently video signal processing equipment used in multiple fields such as security monitoring, broadcast television, and electronic information screen display. So what's the difference between the two, and how is it different?
A video distributor is a type that can distribute the same video source to expand multiple channels of the same type of video signal, so that the same video source information can be displayed on multiple electronic displays at the same time. Convenient for unified management of video signals. It is also convenient for multiple customers to view the same video content.
Video screen splitters and other devices mainly support the input of multiple video sources, and then display the video split products on an electronic display after processing. It can also be understood as dividing the electronic display screen into several pieces, each of which can display different contents. The advantage of the video screen splitter is that it can display videos taken by multiple surveillance cameras on one display screen, thus saving the cost of purchasing a monitoring display screen.
It can be concluded from their functions that the two products are very different. The use is also very different.
The video distributor is a product that can be widely used in airport halls, station shelters, and security monitoring. With it, we can use a computer to control the content display of multiple electronic displays that need to display the same content.
The video screen divider is more used in security surveillance occasions, which can combine the pictures processed by multiple surveillance cameras onto the same display screen for convenient monitoring display.
The above are some of the differences between the video distributor and the video screen splitter and the differences in their use.