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Roland mixes content for streams

Roland mixes content for streams

Roland mixes content for streams

The VR-1HD enables users to connect, switch and stream cameras and presentations

Roland’s VR-1HD is a broadcast mixer designed for streaming video content captured using a mulitcamera setup. The manufacturer has developed the mixer to help users broadcast online content with a picture quality and sound that ‘outperforms videos live streamed from just a mobile phone or static webcam’.

The VR-1HD enables users to connect, switch and stream cameras and presentations, as well as content from smartphones and tablets, with HDMI inputs. The mixer has three inputs that each accept HD and computer video resolutions. Embedded audio can be mixed with line inputs and a pair of XLR microphone inputs. A top-mounted mic input allows the use of a gooseneck microphone for operation without the need for a headset of handheld mic while controlling the VR-1HD with its dedicated controls.

Also included with the VR-1HD is video editing software that features scene switching functionality, for transitioning between scenes with a professional look. Users can set up to five preset scenes for use during live streaming.

Removing the legwork from vision mixing are three auto switching modes. The first, Video Follows Audio, switches between cameras based on who is speaking into the microphone. If more than one participant speaks or remain silent at the same time, the VR-1HD can switch to a wide shot that captures both performers. Second, Beat Sync Switching mode listens to the tempo of a performance and automatically selects which camera inputs to switch between. Finally, Auto Scan is the mode recommended for use on extended live streams with no operators, as it allow users to preset specific times for switching between sources.



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