Roland VR-1HD Video Mixer and Live Streaming Tutorial #1

The Roland VR-1HD is a powerful streaming and mixing device. Roland recently released a great tutorial on how to use the VR-1HD, which we've attached below.

The VR-1HD is a great mixing device on both the audio and video front, that will be easy to use on both the volunteer and professional side.

Check out the tutorial, below.

The Roland VR-1HD is designed to take on the realities of any live streaming broadcast, from podcasting, multi-camera music performances, and video game streams to corporate AV productions, remote church services, and distance learning. Combining video switching, audio mixing, and streaming capabilities into one convenient device, the VR-1HD makes it easy for a single operator to manage broadcasts in real-time.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn about the VR-1HD’s input and output connections, panel functions, the USB webcam output for streaming and recording, and menu control.

The VR-1HD offers three HDMI video inputs, and one features a no-latency loop output that’s ideal for computer pass-through to a projector or gaming monitor. Two HDMI outputs are provided, one for the main program feed and one with a menu overlay to adjust settings. USB ports include a USB 3.0 SuperSpeed port for live streaming and a USB 2.0 MEMORY port for importing media.

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