We love to see our products in action! This Modern and Contemporary Coursera Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) from the University of Pennsylvania take their live webcasts on the road. You can see them webcast from San Francisco, New York City, Washington DC and London! Some of their equipment includes the Roland V-1HD HD Video Switcher and the Matrox Monarch HDX.

Quick Facts

Roland V-1HD HD Video Switcher The V-1HD is a compact and portable four channel video switcher with both hardware and connected PC / iPad control that supports four HDMI inputs at resolutions of up to 1080p along with a 12 channel audio mixer with audio embedding and de-embedding from HDMI. The V-1HD supports professional compositing effects such as picture-in-picture and keying allowing for graphic insets, titling or even “green screen” and is ideal for news broadcast or corporate training productions. For creative live event video switching, the V-1HD includes a advanced video effects for transforming video into creative visuals to support all kinds of performances.
  • Support for video cameras, action cameras, smart phones, tablet computers and other HDMI devices
  • 4 HDMI inputs
  • Supports up to Full HD 1080p
  • Easy to Use Interface
  • Picture-in-picture and split functions
  • Two EFFECTS knobs deliver genuine visual performance
  • Full 12 Channel Audio Mixer Included
  • Easy to Operate with Hardware Controls
  • Two HDMI Outputs
  • Remote Control via USB or MIDI Connection
Matrox Monarch HDX The Matrox Monarch HDX is a simple and versatile video encoding appliance specifically designed for broadcasters and webcasters who need a flexible solution that is powerful enough to take on today’s demanding video delivery workflows. Monarch HDX offers 3G-SDI and HDMI inputs with frame-synchronization to correct any discontinuity at the input, and two independent H.264 encoders that can be assigned to individual tasks. By providing two encoders in a single device, Monarch HDX can tackle any job; from streaming to two different locations, to recording a proxy quality file while simultaneously recording master quality version for post-event editing, to using one encoder for streaming while the other records at higher quality for VOD downloads. Whether used as a live streaming encoder or video recorder, the Monarch HDX can integrate seamlessly into virtually any SD and HD installation. To see MOOC's complete list of equipment click here
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