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Roland uploads a V-02HD iPad app

Roland uploads a V-02HD iPad app
V-02HD

Roland uploads a V-02HD iPad app

The app allows for switching and virtual fader audio mixing

Roland Professional A/V has released the V-02HD Remote iPad control app for GUI-based operation. As long as users have updated to software Ver.1.10 on the V-02HD mixer, they can use the app to turn an iPad into an additional, touch interface.

The app allows for switching, virtual fader audio mixing and provides quick access to settings and effects parameters. Up to eight custom scenes can be created and stored to preset memories for quick setting up of regular shows. The V-02HD’s USB Type-B connector is used to connect directly to the iPad’s lightning ports via adaptor cables that are available commercially, or via Apple’s USB Camera adapter. The mixer can alternatively connect to the USB Type-C ports on an iPad Pro using USB Type-B to Type-C adaptor cables.

In addition, the Ver.1.10 software update provides the V-02HD with support for additional resolution and frame rate formats, as well as USB MIDI support and the addition of increased audio delay and transformer switching.

VR-50HD MK II
VR-50HD MK II

Roland has also launched the VR-50HD MK II multi-format AV mixer which adds an aux output to support confidence monitoring, recording and streaming feeds while maintaining the original VR-50HD’s connectivity and flexibility. The MK II features an updated user interface, enhanced audio quality, control capabilities for select JVC and Panasonic PTZ cameras and new automation functions such as intelligent automated audio mixing and automated video input switching.

The MK II combines a 12-input/four-channel multi-format video switcher, a 12-input digital audio mixer, a multi-viewer touchscreen and an AV streaming output via USB 3.0. The assignable inputs allow the use of any combination of four SDI and HDMI sources, while the new input assignment buttons are said to make it easy to use all inputs on the switcher with on-the-fly assignment of inputs to crosspoints on the switcher. The unit’s I/O capability includes RGB/Component and Composite inputs, and accommodates professional cameras, computers, presenters’ mobile devices and microphones.



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