RSG Debuts VR-5 AV Mixer & Recorder with Output for Live Streaming at NAB
Bellingham, WA. – Roland Systems Group is pleased to debut at NAB the recently announced Roland VR-5, a fully integrated audio mixer, video switcher with built-in recorder/player for live production and web streaming. The VR-5 will be showcased at the Roland Systems Group booth C4345 in the Central Hall. This unique product combines the power of Roland’s audio and video technology into one unit.

Typical live events today, whether large or small, all require a wide variety of equipment in order to produce. There are audio inputs from mics, audio mixing, video sources to a video mixer, computer inputs, video playback, video monitors, capturing the event in some form, and also streaming it live online. The VR-5’s “all-in-one” solution greatly simplifies production, recording and streaming of these live events. The VR-5’s innovative design incorporates a video switcher, audio mixer, video playback, recorder, preview monitors and output for web streaming all in a single unit. As a USB Video/Audio class device, web streaming is effortless by simply connecting to a computer running a live streaming service such as USTREAM® and Stickam™, as well as any video call service such as Skype™ and iChat. The reduction in hardware equipment, setup time and connection complexity ensures a worry-free, easy to use solution for any event.

The VR-5 is ideal for schools, churches, council meetings, corporate events, sports, and live web broadcasting.

Highlighted features include:
  • 5-Channel Video Switcher
  • 2 Mono and 5 Stereo Mixable Audio Channels
  • Built-in scan converter for PC input
  • Built-in dual LCD monitors with touch control for easy video source selection
  • Three video layers which include 2 video sources plus DSK (downstream keyer)
  • MPEG-4 player/recorder
  • USB video/audio class device for web streaming

Check out this interactive overview of the VR-5 on the Edirol website

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