khym Posted September 20, 2011 Report Share Posted September 20, 2011 Hello, I am designing a system for a theatre show at the moment and have a question: I have two cameras capturing a live feed, which are to be projected through multiple outputs. There are two screens side by side, with one projector focused on each, and we would like the option of projecting camera 1 on either screen, camera 2 on either screen, and camera 1 on screen 1 and camera 2 on screen 2. There are other screens and projectors as part of our system but this is the more complex component. I have access to a Roland vision switcher, and wanted opinions on whether instead of using a VDA between each of the cameras and capture cards I could use the switcher in an auxiliary mode. The cameras would input into the switcher, and the switcher output into the two display machines. They would only need one live video media object, and be fed the feed through the switcher. Does this make any sense? Many thanks for responses and ideas! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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