Roland V-60HD Multi-Format HD Video Switcher
The Roland V-60HD is a versatile video switcher that can be used in different settings including live event, boardrooms, conference halls etc. It is perfect for live video switching and doesn’t need an external converter to change formats. The unit features eight inputs; 2 HDMI, 4 SDI and two still image inputs while at the same time featuring two SDI and two HDMI outputs. You can view media from all the input using the HDMI multi-view output all of which can be controlled from a 3” display panel.
The Roland V-60HD boasts an impressive 18 channel mixer getting input signals from 4 XLR/ ¼” audio jacks. The signal is processed at 4:2:2 with 8-bits processing power. Another perk is the auto-mixing feature that balances all audio levels from multiple source e.g. from video and microphones. Switching videos at your event will be a breeze with the smooth interface that allows you to control the module via LAN or RS232 port. You also get a myriad of video effects to choose from and create a dazzling display.
Roland V-60HD Professional user interface
Roland V-60HD Professional broadcast cross point buttons with PGM/PST LED color indicators. Rugged T-Bar, DSK quick edit knobs for key level and gain. Two dedicated PinP and Split buttons with knobs for center framing of Split and PinP placement. Change transition type using either mix or two preset wipe buttons with dedicated transition dissolve time knob. Front panel 3-inch LCD display with quick access menu navigation to adjust switcher parameters.
A dedicated AUX bus can be assigned to any of the four discreet SDI or HDMI outputs providing seamless switching from the 8-input channels (4 SDI, 2 HDMI or 1 RGB and 2 Still Images). Dedicated AUX layer cross-point buttons ensures quick operation and seamless switching.
Roland V-60HD included Auto-Mixing function ensures the correct mix for multiple panel participants at conferences by automatically adjusting levels across multiple audio sources. A priority weighting assignment that is channel specific can be set giving the moderator or priority audio channel a higher volume level while using the Auto-Mixing function allowing the operator to focus on video switching and production.