The nanoQuad is a low-power, real-time video mixing controller on a miniPCI-express form factor. It is capable of displaying up to four simultaneous live PAL/NTSC video channels and provides flexible positioning, sizing and display to a composite PAL/NTSC output.
The nanoQuad undertakes the processor-intensive video mixing operation. Any of the 4 video inputs may be resized, cropped and repositioned on the processed mixed output. The processed channel is output as high-quality composite PAL/NTSC signal suitable for driving a wide range of display devices.
The nanoQuad is a USB HID class device on miniPCI-express form factor. The USB interface allows control of the video windows and for configuration of video input parameters such as brightness, contrast and saturation.