Roland is offering demonstrations that showcase the benefits of several new firmware updates for its growing line of professional video products during IBC 2019.
- V-60HD Ver.2.5 at JVC Kenwood (Hall 12 — stand F31)
The V-60HD is quickly becoming the video switcher of choice for partner companies including Cuebi, SKAARHOJ, and JVC. Version 2.5 firmware enables primary parameter control of Panasonic PTZ cameras over LAN from the V-60HD, eliminating the need for a dedicated camera controller.
Support for JVC PTZ cameras has already been available from Version 2.0. Download V-60HD Ver.2.5 firmware here.
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- V-1HD Ver.2.0 at JVC Kenwood (Hall 12 — stand F31)
The V-1HD Firmware version 2.0 update adds many new features requested by fans of the best-selling HDMI video switcher on the market. More PiP parameters can be adjusted, menu navigation is simplified, and audio level meters have been added to the Multi-View screen.
The Roland V-1HD is compact and portable but can connect and switch 1080p video cameras, smartphones, computers, tablets and other HDMI video sources with a simple push of a button or slide of the T-Fader.
There are also updates to the iPad, Mac, and Windows Remote Control Software (RCS) for the V-1HD. Download V-1HD Ver.2.0 firmware here.
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- V-02HD Ver.1.1 at Atomos (Hall 7 — stand 7.B15)
The V-02HD “video production problem solver” gets some exciting new features. Firmware version 1.1 brings operation from the newly released iPad remote control app. Switch video inputs with ease, mix audio with virtual faders, change settings, and create up to eight custom scenes using preset memories.
Download V-02HD Ver.1.1 firmware here.
Roland’s versatile V-02HD is a micro-switcher, scaler and inline video effects processor that replaces several standalone units. Operators can reduce or eliminate time in the editing suite in three easy steps: 1) Attach V-02HD to a tripod. 2) Connect and switch two HDMI cameras. 3) Feed the program output to an Atomos recorder.