Roland has been on a roll with a variety of video mixers lately, and the V1200-HD is the latest. It’s a multi-format, configurable hybrid mixer designed for live and broadcast work. With flexibly busses, control and output, this will solve a lot of problems. For more information, visit their website.
We’re back talking about streaming this week. What happens when the stream leaves the building? How does it get distributed. And what about multi-site video distribution?
Marshall has long been known for very good, if not somewhat expensive, rack-mounted monitors. The Lynx series is their foray into more affordable, but still high quality displays. We take a look at the whole line and come away impressed. For more information, visit the Lynx website.
The LQ is a great way to transport 2-wire or 4-wire com long distances on your campus, from site to site or anywhere in the world using Ethernet or the internet. Configuration is easy and it’s a cost-effective solution. To learn more, visit the Clearcom website.
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We love the VidiU for it’s small size and ease of streaming. The VidiU Pro builds on that platform with even more power. It can bond multiple internet connections for more bandwidth or reliability, manage more stream rates and make streaming easier. For more information, visit their website.
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Digico’s SD consoles have been very popular for several years, for good reason. The newly announced S21 is open, expandable, configurable and affordable. It represents a new era for Digico, and we’re excited to get our hands on one soon! To learn more, visit the Digico website.
We’ve been seeing more and more of these converter boxes, but this is a great solution at a great price. Utilizing a new series of cards, it’s now easy to convert from one digital format to another. For more information, visit the Digico website.
Streaming. It’s all the rage right now as every pastor wants to put the service on the web. But how do you do it? What gear do you need? We break it down in this informative episode.
Video Devices is known for great rack mount and portable record/playback solutions like the Pix 270 and Pix 240. Now they’ve announced the Pix-E5 and Pix-E7 field monitors that can also record. Bright, sharp and full of features, these are sure to become favorites. They also use an innovative recording drive. For more information, visit the Video Devices website.
Yamaha surprised everyone with a new line of inexpensive yet powerful mixers at NAB; the TF5, TF3 and TF1. The TF5 and TF3 both mix 40 mono + 2 stereo + 2 return channels, while the TF1 mixes 32 + 2 + 2. All have a pretty amazing feature set with some groundbreaking features. And wait until you hear the price! To learn more, visit Yamaha’s website.