Roland’s Professional A/V Division Adds VR-120HD Direct Streaming AV Mixer

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Roland’s Professional A/V Division just added the VR-120HD Direct Streaming AV Mixer, a new model in the acclaimed VR streaming switcher lineup, during InfoComm 2023. Offering audio and video I/O, a large touchscreen, and hands-on controls, this portable unit gives a single operator all the tools needed to manage any mid-level hybrid production. Advanced Roland AV features simplify difficult tasks with customizable workflows, deep automation functions, remote PTZ camera control, one-touch macro sequencing, streaming over LAN and USB, and much more.

The VR-120HD’s flexible video capabilities make creating custom experiences for live and online audiences easy. The operator can assign sources to eight cross-points on the fly — including live video inputs, still images, and video clips — and prioritize cameras and computer sources with scene recall. Independent feeds can be created by assigning composition layers to multiple buses as needed.

The VR-120HD features six HDMI and six SDI video inputs in Full HD, supporting a range of broadcast and cinematic frame rates and color spaces. The HDMI inputs feature scalers with EDID and HDCP support, eliminating hassles with client sources like computers, tablets, gaming consoles, and legacy 4:3 devices.

The Roland VR-120HD Direct Streaming AV Mixer is available in the US for $6495