Gaz Williams from Sonic State tests out Roland's VR1-HD video switcher. Gaz is specifically looking at it from the context of a bedroom producer looking to stream their live performances via webcam. This is a very informative video! With so many people looking to live stream right now, it is seriously worth considering the investment in one of these.
Gaz includes some helpful tips in here, like how to make sure your audio and video are perfectly synced.
Gaz Williams takes a look at the Roland VR1-HD video switcher which offers hands on switching of up to three HDMI input sources, plus USB web cam output for local recording or streaming.
High quality video processing, frame sync, scaler on each input and image processing
Audio input processing and mixer including audio delay function
PiP (picture in picture) and PbP(picture by picture) plus a key
00:45 inputs and outputs
02:45 Software control panel
03:40 Audio mixer
07:00 Accessing settings from the front panel
12:05 Colour space compared to ATEM mini pro
12:50 Max resolution and autoscaling/zooming
15:25 Audio effects
16:15 Auto switching
20:25 Audio Delay
22:50 ATEM Mini Pro comparison
24:15 Round up conclusion
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