Today's show is all about integrating your legacy cameras and equipment with modern gear for today's live production workflows. Host, Gary Bettan, breaks down some of the best supplemental encoding equipment and gear to get your workflow up to speed.
Roland recently created a great article detailing how award winning photographers Eye Jogia Photography chose the Roland VR-4HD in their workflow. The device was used to build a better experience for their London consultation rooms. Best of all, it also future proofed their corporate AV workflow.
The Roland V-1HD is a four HDMI video switcher perfect for live productions of different sizes. The switcher comes jam packed with a ton of features including scalable inputs, two HDMI outputs, and picture-in-picture onboard effects. V-1HD also comes with a 12-channel digital audio mixer and can stream to your computer when paired with Roland's UVC-01 HDMI encoder.
Roland mixers are tremendous live streaming switchers that are perfect for stepping up your production quality and capabilities. With on board graphics, audio mixing capabilities, and second to none scaling, Roland mixers are unique and powerful streaming tools.
Streamingmedia.com recently posted an excellent article detailing the best video mixers buyers are looking for, to get started live streaming. Putting together a multi-camera shoot is no simple task. There is a wide variety of switchers and encoders, as well as software encoders and hardware encoders to pick from. This article is a tremendous resource in picking your mixer.
Roland video mixers are some of the most popular tools in the live streaming arena, and have been since they began production 25 years ago. Roland recently posted a great look back at how their products have followed the evolving landscape since the companies inception, from their older products all the way to the new V-600UHD.
Last year, most educators were forced to jump headfirst into the world of live streaming, in order to continue their students learning, even outside of the classroom. This year, we believe that this same group of educators will be looking to perfect the live streaming process, and improve what they’ve started. We’re here to help.