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Roland simplifies video processing

Roland simplifies video processing

Roland simplifies video processing

The VP-42H supports the simultaneous output of up to four layered source signals

Roland Pro A/V has designed its new VP-42H video processor for ease of set up and use. The ‘compact’ device facilitates multi-source layering and switching with dynamic transitions for the single-screen display of presentations, digital signage content and other visuals that will engage a congregation.

The VP-42H supports the simultaneous output of up to four layered source signals, even with varying resolutions between its four HDMI inputs. The processor features Motion Scene Switching for transitioning between screen setups, browser-based network remote control, audio management including de-embedding and embedding, and a keyer function for overlays and composition.

Users are able to instantly switch between ‘scenes’ containing preset arrangements of layered sources in a customisable inset window. Scenes are transitioned between by moving and resizing the windows to their new positions with motion-based scene switching. This, the manufacturer states, meant that ‘impressive scene changes that used to take hours to program now happen at the touch of a button’.


Also new from Roland and designed for easy install is the XS-42H matrix switcher. This compact unit enables the connection of up to four computers and tablets over HDMI with automatic optimisation. It also displays newly connected sources, facilitates automatic audio-follows-video switching and allows web browser-based control from a networked computer, tablet or phone. Offering users the choice between 10 user-configurable setup scenes, the XS-42H can switch source content to feed one or two video displays via HDMI.

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