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February 5, 2005 at 6:20 PM #38795AnonymousInactive
I’m doing some research to find what users require for a live video mixing solution that’s being developed.
Replying here is your chance to HAVE YOUR SAY.
What do you WANT or NEED in a live video mixer?
January 14, 2006 at 8:52 PM #168573AnonymousInactive
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January 16, 2006 at 8:52 AM #168574i43ProductionsParticipant
HD/SD SDI inputs, component inputs, at least 6 standard inputs plus graphics and anything else. that means 6 cameras/decks, not 4 if i’m using SDI or component or more if i use composite. i don’t want composite, it’s cheap, looks bad and not professional enough.
abilty to do at least minor effects like PIP or lower thirds, aside from graphics.
don’t need built in audio mixer, can buy a decent mackie board or something for that.
basically take the major features of those high-end expensive switchers and make something affordable and functional for a professional use just on a smaller scale.
May 27, 2006 at 6:17 AM #168575AnonymousInactive
Abilty to accept multiple varieties of inputs. Specifically
Small audio mixer (6-8 channels), using XLR inputs
Variety of outputs (same as above)
Cost of around $1000
ok… that was just to funny to pass up.
I thought maybe the ability ot stream to the internet like some out there, but a firewire output would work well enough to a server anyway.
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