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Switchers and processors for broadcast and live events. Most of these are compact, allowing you to easily travel to your destination with it, ready for a full multi-camera production. Switchers and mixers are ideal for TV production, webcasting, education, AV, live events and more. Latest products include technologies that lets you control from nearly anywhere via control-over-IP technologies via a tablet or panel, while other solutions are offering users a set of integrated all-in-one production systems that combine switcher/graphics/server into one package.
Roland V-1HD HD Video Switcher
Roland V-1HD comes with an AC adaptor, power cord, cord hook, owner’s manual. Its video processing power is 4:2:2(Y/Pb/Pr), 8-bit, and features HDMI inputs and outputs.
Panlong 4-Way AV Switch RCA Switcher
Panlong AV switch allows you to connect multiple video devices with AV out (Wii, XBOX, DVD, PS2, Cable Box) to one set of standard yellow-white-red RCA connectors of your TV using AV cables. Once connected, you can easily switch the input signal from the various devices without having to disconnect and re-connect your AV devices.
Panlong 4-Way AV Switch RCA Switcher. 4 In 1 Out Composite Video. L/R Audio Selector Box for DVD STB Game Consoles.
Video Switcher: Guide
Video switchers are similar to audio consoles, but they mix (select) videos from different video sources. They can also be used to mix composite multiple video sources to achieve interesting effects.
Video switchers are commonly used in live events, churches, weddings, live shows and in venues where video projection is used and multiple cameras are capturing the action.
It allows you to easily select which input feed (one of the multiple cameras) to show on the big screen.
How to Use a Video Switcher
How to use a Video Switcher: Tutorial
Prices of video production gear continues to fall down, but at the same time continues to offer better quality. An HD video switcher is now well within reach, even for smaller communities, churches, theaters, or for AV enthusiasts.