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The V-800 HD MK II can also use the high-resolution scaling of its multi-zoom function to create up to 3 "angles" from a single camera source. When using the shared input function, you can assign the video on channel 1 to channels 2 through 4, and the video on channel 5 to channels 6 through 8. The scaler for each input can zoom into any position in the video image, enabling this virtual multi-camera environment.
The V-800 HD MK II is an ideal solution for webcast switching as well. Webcasts often require a variety of camera and computer sources, with a large variety of formats. The V-800 HD MK II can support video resolutions of 1080i, 1080p, 720p, 480i, and 480p simultaneously, along with computer data resolutions of up to WUXGA allowing for the astounding quality required by webcasts.
The V-800 HD MK II supports 1080p video signals at bit rates as high as 3Gb/s, which is twice the rate of convential HD video signals. This enables the exceptional realism and incredible detail from camera and computer sources to be accurately reproduced. Alongside this, you have no need to convert your input source to match the video output format. The V-800 HD MK II features built-in scalers that automatically up-convert and down-convert any video source to the optimal resolution. Couple this with the extensive range of analog and digital connectivity available with the V-800 HD MK II and you have an incredibly versatile high-performance video switcher.
The Roland V-800 HD MK II makes switching sources connected to the assignable AUX outputs a breeze. It's dedicated AUX layer switches are ideal for selecting which source is sent to a separate display, giving you peace of mind that everything is being sent where it should be with quick and accessible control.
The V-800 HD MK II, whilst featuring upgraded internal signal processing, also includes a newly developed keyer. Chroma Key allows you to adjust phase range, amount of chroma, and a variety of other parameters based on HSV colour space that is very closely related to human chromatic sensation. This enables you to achieve truly high-quality and tight chroma key compositing, even when using 1080p video sources. The V-800 HD MK II can also accept an External Key, which composites colourful CG titles and gradation/transparency clip, granting you the ability to achieve astonishing visual effects.
The V-800 HD MK II allows you to use MIDI to link it with other compatible products, including another V-800 HD MK II. Connecting the unit to a Rolan V-Mixer allows you to achieve a truw "audio follows video" solution. When you take a video source live, you can easily have the audio level instantly recalled. If you choose to operate two V-800 HD MK IIs in tandem, it is entirely possible to perform switching for 3D video by splitting into two left and right video signals.
The V-800 HD MK II is equipped with an enormous range of features and functions. Its in-built scalers on the input connections allow you to make settings independently for every single one of your input sources. This allows you to take input sources of different resolutions and adjust them to any sizing and resolution you desire. On top of this there are a full range of keyers, with the newly designed Picture-in-Picture (PinP), Luminance Key, Chroma Key, and DSK for 4:4:4/10-bit input, with the ability to also use an External Key. The V-800 HD MK II features a USB port for importing still images, of which the V-800 HD MK II can store up to 16 of these on the unit itself. Its memory also allows you to save eight sets of panel settings in each of the eight banks, for a total of 64 sets. The ability to save and recall complex settings is definitely a headache relief in any situation. The V-800 HD MK II's simple and intuitive design also allows for easy transition pattern selections. It's as easy as pressing a marked button, with the ability to precisely set the length of transition times in either seconds or frames.
The V-800 HD MK II also grants you the ability to assign video sources to cross-points in any order you like, instead of having to use the numerical order of the connectors on the rear panel. This allows you to reorder and shift video feeds when sudden changes in camera lines or differences in format create blanks between cross-points.