Roland V-1200HD Multi-Format Video Switcher
Roland V-1200HD Multi-Format Video Switcher is another powerful unit capable of 10 HD video inputs for the ultimate video mixing experience. It has a 4:4:4 switcher for live events and a 4:2:2 broadcast switcher with an impressive 16 channel audio mixer. Two scalers come installed between the 4:2:2 and 4:4:4 engines and two more between the 4:4:4 engine and HDMI inputs #3 and #4.
The Roland V-1200HD has a flexible and versatile design owing to its 2 M/E switcher configuration capable of switching between 1 M/E, 1.5 M/E and 2 M/E for the 4:2:2/ 10-bit signal processor. It also features 10 SDI inputs and 4 HDMI inputs as well as 2 HDMI and 6 SDI outputs. With the V-1200HD, you can increase inputs or outputs using the expansion slots although the existing ones are more than enough.
Roland V-1200HD unit is perfectly designed for live events with the capability of controlling seven cameras remotely. Coupled with a great user interface and powerful multi-view features, you can easily manage videos for superb production. The user interface is available on the V-1200HD Remote Control Software that can be installed on a computer. A 4K Switcher mode has been included by merging four SDI inputs into one 4K stream. Additionally, there are multiple video effects to create visually appealing transitions.
Multiple M/E choices allow for a diverse range of video production applications in one switcher. The Roland V-1200HD is ideal as a main switcher for concert recording and for a live feed. Through a variety of multi-view functions, even a large number of sources can be checked at a glance. The M/E configuration can be varied as desired to meet the needs of the production. Control up to seven remote cameras ensures creative productions even with limited camera operators.
Roland V-1200HD A wide variety of video effects enhances broadcast studio productions. Composition with freely selectable priority can be accomplished using the four scaler-equipped keyers. The system also features high-end Chroma Key, as well as the External Key essential for title compositing. In addition to PGM and PVW output, two AUX buses are usable for output (when in the 1M/E mode).