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Roland Compact Multicamera Production and Streaming Bundle

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Roland Compact Multicamera Production and Streaming Bundle
Key Features
  • Roland V-1SDI 4-Channel SDI Switcher
  • Matrox Monarch HDX H.264 Encoder
  • Live Switching, Streaming, and Recording
  • Simultaneous HD Streaming and Recording
Combine the V-1SDI switcher from Roland and the Monarch HDX from Matrox, and you have the Compact Multicamera Production and Streaming Bundle from B&H. Both devices take up a minimal footprint, but offer powerful functionality. The V-1SDI switcher can switch up to four inputs, selectable from three 3G-SDI and two HDMI inputs, to send a single program feed to the Matrox Monarch HDX which then converts the signal into H.264 for simultaneous live streaming and recording. This configuration is great for producing live content on the go with minimal setup and hardware support requirements. See below for more information on the individual items in this kit.
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Roland V?1HD Overview

Combine the V-1SDI switcher from Roland and the Monarch HDX from Matrox, and you have the Compact Multicamera Production and Streaming Bundle from B&H. Both devices take up a minimal footprint, but offer powerful functionality. The V-1SDI switcher can switch up to four inputs, selectable from three 3G-SDI and two HDMI inputs, to send a single program feed to the Matrox Monarch HDX which then converts the signal into H.264 for simultaneous live streaming and recording. This configuration is great for producing live content on the go with minimal setup and hardware support requirements. See below for more information on the individual items in this kit.

Roland V-1SDI 4-Channel HD Video Switcher

Roland's V-1SDI 4-Channel HD Video Switcher supports HD-only video signals over three of its inputs, and can support SD, HD, and computer video formats up to 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) at 60 Hz on its fourth. It supports progressive and interlaced material, internally converting the interlaced footage to progressive for processing. Featuring a preview, program, and multiview output, you can easily monitor all your inputs at once on the multiview while isolating your preview and program screens.

The HDMI inputs and multiview output are HDCP compliant, while the SDI inputs and SDI preview and program outputs support SMPTE 424M (SMPTE 425M-AB), 292M, and 259M-C. You can control the unit via the built-in RS-232 port, or via a PC using the USB connection. Eight memory functions enable you to recall specific setups, which makes it easier to get up and running when the switcher is shared among different productions. Built-in features include image freeze and output fades.

Video Input
The switcher handles four video inputs, up to three SDI and up to two HDMI. Inputs 1 to 3 are SDI, with input 3 shared between SDI and HDMI with support for HD video formats. Input 4 is HDMI-only and, in addition to supporting HD video, also supports SD and computer formats.
Audio Input
The switcher supports analog audio on as well as mic input with or without plug-in power.
Video Effects
  • Transition: Cut, Mix (Dissolve/Fam/Nam/Mosaic), Wipe (30 types)
  • Composition: PiP, Split, Quad, DSK (Luminance key, Chroma key)
Audio Effects
EQ, Delay, Compressor, HPF, Gate, Reverb, Mastering effect
Multiviewer
This output can display all active inputs on the same screen via the HDMI output.
Functions
  • The built-in memory function allows the memorization and convenient recall of panel settings, such as effect assignment to each button. The memory stores up to eight configurations and keeps stored settings, even with the power off
  • Freeze video input
  • Fade audio output
  • Fade video to white or black
HDCP
The V-1SDI HDMI inputs and outputs are HDCP compliant.
UPC: 761294509357
Matrox Monarch HDX

Simultaneously stream and record video from SDI and HDMI sources with the Matrox Monarch HDX. Expanding on the Monarch HD, the Monarch HDX adds SDI I/O to the already available HDMI I/O and dual-channel operation with independent H.264 encoders. This functionality makes it suitable for broadcast and other professional workflows that require streaming and recording of content, such as houses of worship and universities.

Having discrete encoders allows for each channel to function separately. You can stream to two different locations, record proxy and master files from the same input, and record two inputs simultaneously. You can also use one encoder for streaming video live while the other encoder records a high-quality copy of the broadcast for playback after the live stream. Whether you use it for live streaming or recording, the Monarch HDX can be integrated into SD or HD productions.

Features
H.264 Encoding Engine
The Monarch HDX can share 30 Mbps of encoding capacity across the two channels. Each channel benefits from a powerful scaling, de-interlacing, and noise reduction engine for improving image quality before encoding.
Dual-Channel Streaming
When used as a webcasting encoder, the Monarch HDX generates an H.264-encoded stream compliant with RTSP or RTMP protocols. Each channel is assigned separately. Each channel can stream up to 10 Mb/s, allowing you to simultaneously stream to two destinations or set the device for up to 20 Mb/s streaming quality for a single encoding destination.
Dual-Channel Recording
Content can be captured in either MOV or MP4 files to ensure that they can be played by your application of choice. Recordings can be stored locally on an SD card, a USB drive, or remotely on a network-mapped drive. Dual channel recording allows the user to simultaneously record content locally and to the network, which means files are immediately available to anybody on the network, but also provides the assurance that no action is lost even if the network goes down. Furthermore, each recording can be done at a different bitrate should there be a need to deliver the content to devices with varying decode capacities.
Simultaneous Streaming and Recording
Monarch HDX dual encoders can broadcast a live webstream at one bitrate while simultaneously recording high-quality H.264 files for immediate availability, such as post event VOD or editing with your NLE of choice.
HDMI and SDI Inputs
The Monarch HDX H.264 video recorder can accept signals from HDMI or SDI sources. The input can be selected using the web based UI, Matrox Command Center, or directly on the unit itself, allowing for a wide range of connectivity to devices such as cameras, switchers, or routers. Additionally, both inputs are complemented by internal frame synchronizers to ensure uninterrupted streaming and recording operations, regardless of the disturbance on the input. The audio is also selectable between the two channels of the embedded video signal or the analog stereo input. Audio may be dynamically muted or unmuted without affecting the video encoding operation.

Regardless of input selection, SDI video, HDMI video, and embedded and analog audio outputs are live. For SDI workflows, the Monarch HDX recorder has an extremely low pass-through latency with a built-in power-loss relay which, in case of power loss, will route the SDI input directly to the SDI output, ensuring signal path integrity.

Wowza and Flash Support
The Monarch HDX is a certified "Works with Wowza" live video streaming encoder, allowing users to benefit from enhanced integration with the Wowza streaming engine. As a certified encoder, Wowza Manager can provide an XML file which contains the credentials required for Monarch HDX to easily connect to the Wowza Streaming engine.

The Monarch HDX also supports XML files generated for use with Flash Live Media Encoder. These files are often offered by CDNs to allow their customers to easily connect to their service. Both XML files are loaded into the Monarch HDX using the Matrox Command Center, a web based UI.

Remote Control
The Monarch HDX can be controlled and configured via the Monarch HDX Command Center using any device on the network that supports a standard web browsing application such as a computer, smart phone or tablet. Designed for operator ease-of-use, master controls provide one-click operation to start streaming, recording or both from anywhere within the user interface. The device also provides convenient controls directly on the unit itself to stop/start recording or streaming, and an additional button to assign the input.
H.264 Preview Stream
The Monarch HDX H.264 encoder provides a useful low bitrate preview stream of the input directly in the Command Center UI. This same preview can be viewed using software players such as VLC or on third-party devices, such as Crestron control panels. This stream is available independently of the two encoder channels allowing you to check your video signal before your webcast goes live.
Profiles and Presets
The Monarch HDX ships with a number of typical streaming and recording presets that define all the encoding parameters including resolution and bitrate. Whether preset or custom parameters are used, they only need to be entered once and saved as a unique profile. A profile not only contains encoding parameters but also destination information detailing where the encoded video is being sent. Multiple profiles can be saved if the device is used in different environments. Each profile can be loaded instantly without having to re-enter data.
Matrox Utils Application
The Matrox Utils application allows operators to remotely scan and find all Monarch HDX's present on their network. The Utils application will also scan the attached Monarch HDX and notify the operator if the unit is up to date with its installed firmware version and will also update the device automatically to ensure that it has the latest software release installed. The Matrox Utils application can also be used to reboot Monarch HDX devices present on the network.
Closed Captioning Support
Ideal for broadcasters who require the integration of closed captioning while streaming and/or recording. Retrieving the closed captioning data from the SDI VANC or line 21 protocols, the Matrox Monarch HDX then embeds the data within the H.264 stream, as CEA-608. These caption-enhanced H.264 files can then be streamed (via RTMP) to capable media servers such as Wowza, CDNs including YouTube Live or Ustream, or recorded as MOV/MP4 files, which can then be decoded by players such as Telestream Switch, with captions intact and synced with the video - frame by frame.

Note: Requires firmware version 1.1.5.0009 or later, available as a free download from the Matrox website.

UPC: 790750247656

Roland V-1SDI 4-Channel HD Video Switcher Specs

Processing
Video Processing8-bit 4:2:2 (YPbPr)
Audio Processing24-bit at 48 kHz
Input Signal Formats
SDIInputs 1 to 3
1080p: 59.94/50
1080i: 59.94/50
720p: 59.94/50

Conforms to SMPTE 424M (SMPTE 425M-AB), 292M, 259M-C
HDMIInput 3
1080p: 59.94/50
1080i: 59.94/50
720p: 59.94/50

HDCP supported

Input 4
1080p: 59.94/50
1080i: 59.94/50
720p: 59.94/50
480p: 59.94
576p: 50
480i: 59.94
576i: 50
WUXGA: 1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz
UXGA: 1600 x 1200 @ 60 Hz
SXGA+: 1400 x 1050 @ 60 Hz
FWXGA: 1366 x 768 @ 60 Hz
SXGA: 1280 x 1024 @ 60 Hz
WXGA: 1280 x 768 @ 60 Hz
XGA: 1024 x 768 @ 60 Hz
SVGA: 800 x 600 @ 60 Hz
VGA: 640 x 480 @ 60 Hz

HDCP supported
Output Signal Formats
Program & Preview OutputSDI
1080p: 59.94/50
1080i: 59.94/50
720p: 59.94/50

Conforms to SMPTE 424M (SMPTE 425M-AB), 292M, 259M-C
MultiViewHDMI
HDCP supported
Input LevelAudio In: -10 dBu (Maximum: +8 dBu)
Mic: -41 to -13 dBu (Maximum: -1 dBu)
Output LevelAudio Out: -10 dBu (Maximum: +8 dBu)
Phones: 92 mW + 92 mW (32 Ohms)
Connectors
InputVideo
3 x SDI, BNC
2 x HDMI Type-A

Audio
Analog: RCA phono
Mic: Stereo mini jack
OutputProgram
1 x SDI, BNC

Preview
1 x SDI, BNC

Multiview
1 x HDMI Type-A

Audio
Analog: RCA phono
Headphones: Stereo mini jack
RemoteUSB Type-B (for remote control from PC)
RS-232: DB-9
Audio ImpedanceInput
Audio: 15 kOhms
Mic: 10 kOhms

Output
Audio: 1 kOhms
Phones: 10 Ohms
General
Power Supply (AC)AC adapter
Current Draw2.1 A
Power Consumption25 W
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Dimensions12.3 x 4.3 x 2.3" / 31.3 x 10.8 x 5.9 cm
Weight2.6 lb / 1.2 kg (excluding AC adapter)
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.455 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)16.35 x 9.65 x 5.4"

Matrox Monarch HDX Specs

HDMI Video Input1920 x 1080p 60/59.94/50/30/29.97/25/24/23.98
1920 x 1080i 29.97/25
1280 x 720p 60/59.94/50
HDMI Video OutputPreview output of video input signal
2-frame delay from input to output
SD video output as windowed in an HD output
SDI Video Input1920 x 1080p 60/59.94/50/30/29.97/25/24/23.98
1920 x 1080PsF 29.97/25
1920 x 1080i 29.97/25
1280 x 720p 60/59.94/50
720 x 576i 25
720 x 486i 29.97
SDI Video OutputClean distribution of SDI incoming signal
0-frame latency passthrough of Input signal
Hardware bypass relay present in SDI signal path is "closed" on power failure
Audio InputProcesses first two channels of audio embedded in HDMI or SDI input signals
Unbalanced analog stereo input via 1/8" jack (3.5 mm)
Line level
Audio OutputPass-through of 8 embedded audio channels in HDMI and SDI signals
Unbalanced analog stereo output via 1/8" jack (3.5 mm), pass-through of input Line level
Frame SynchronizationOn both HDMI and SDI inputs.
Video EncoderBuilt-in H.264/MPEG-4 Part 10 (AVC)
ResolutionsSelectable encoding resolutions:
128 x 128 to 1920 x 1080
Video Bit RatesSingle Encoder:
 Streaming mode - 20 Mbps
 Recording mode - 30 Mbps

Dual Encoder:
 Maximum 10 Mbps for streaming channels
 Maximum 30 Mbps combining both channels
Encode Frame RatesEncode frame rates (fps): 60/50, 30/25/24, 15/12.5

Note: The maximum encoded frame rate is 30 fps when input resolution is 1920 x 1080
Encoding ProfilesBaseline, Main, and High
Encoding Controls2.0, 3.0, 3.1, 4.0, 4.1 level support
IBP GOP size and structure
Variable bit rate support
Average min/max data rate controls
De-blocking filter
Audio EncoderMPEG-4 AAC
Audio EncodingStandard: AAC-LC
Sample Frequency32, 44.1, or 48 kHz when digitized from analog source
Channels2 channels stereo (L/R)
Audio Bit RatesRange from 32 kbps to 256 kbps
Note: Audio codec settings are applied to streaming or files delivered by both encoders.
ScalerHigh quality multi-tap 10-bit scaler and de-interlacer
Available to both streaming and recording operations
PreviewStream format: H.264
Bitrate: 300 kbps (average)
Stream type: RTSP
Recording FormatsMP4 and MOV with two channels of embedded AAC audio (maximum file length of 300 minutes)
Network InterfaceRJ45 connector providing 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet with Static or DHCP addressing

Protocols:
 RTMP, RTSP/RTP
 IPv4 support
 Unicast and Multi Unicast (from 3 to 10 clients)
User InterfaceHTTP via standard PC or Mac web browser using Monarch HDX Command Center
Front panel push buttons for independent streaming and recording Start/Stop control
Recording Media Support2x USB 2.0:
 Support for NTFS file system
 Monarch HD will support writing to USB 3.0 devices at USB 2.0 speeds

1x SD card slot:
 Supports SD and SDHC cards
 Supports SDXC cards formatted with NTFS

Network mapped drive:
 Support for writing to Shared Folders in computers found on a network using NFS or Windows share protocols
Transport and StorageMax operating altitude: 9,842 ft / 3,000 m
Max transport altitude: 39,370 ft / 12,000 m
Operating humidity: 20 to 80% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Storage humidity: 5 to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
RegulatoryEMI: FCC Class A, CE Mark Class A, ACMA C-Tick Mark, VCCI
Power Supply Safety: UL/CUL(UL60950-1), TUV-GS(EN60950-1), T-LICENSE(BS EN60950-1), CCC(GB4943.1-2011), PSE(J60950), SAA(AS/NZS60950-1), KC-MARK(K60950),S-MARK(IEC60950-1)
RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
PowerLine voltage: 100-240 VAC, 0.5 A
Frequency: 50-60 Hz
Input: external AC/DC adapter -- IEC320-C8
Output: 9 to 24 VDC
Total power consumption: 20 to 30 W typical, 42 W max
DIN4 locking power connector
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Dimensions5.6 x 8.5 x 1.4" / 14.2 x 21.6 x 3.6 cm
6 x 8.5 x 1.5" / 15.3 x 21.6 x 3.8 cm (including pads and BNC spigots)
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.975 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.25 x 8.75 x 3.4"

Roland V?1HD Reviews

nice piece of equipment

By Ern
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-02-24

easy to set up and use. Don't know it can hold a title slide image but other than that it is perfect.

Never had overheating..

By GeirOtto
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-09-20

As always I get a product, check for latest firmware and software before use. Since then had it for 8 months and never any problem with it. Used it in several 8 hours event production with computer and cameras and works perfect. On a table with cables and airflow in open air. One small note maybee but always important, same format on all inputs important (apart from the hdmi 3 scaler input) can make it lock up.. mostly used it in 1080i or 720p.

Overheating problems

By Lester
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2017-09-05

Just installed one of these units for a client. Had tested a few times but only for about an half hour each time. During my clients 3 hour open house the V-1SDI shut down twice. Now the unit will only go about 1 1/2 hours before overheating. Had to place it on a laptop cooling pad just to make it through a 2 hour Sunday Church service. NOT a reliable product!!!

Overheating problems

By Lester
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2017-09-05

Just installed one of these units for a client. During this my clients 3 hour open house the V-1SDI shut down twice. Now the unit will only go about 1 1/2 hours before overheating. Had to place it on a laptop cooling pad just to make it through a 2 hour Sunday Church service. NOT a reliable product!!!

Update to previous review - Overheating & Crashing

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-06-29

This is an update to a previous review; Roland proactively contacted me based on my previous feedback (quoted as originally written below) and has done a great job of making things right and standing behind their product. Roland Technical Support was prompt and professional in exchanging the defective unit we had received initially for a replacement unit; in addition to the manufacturer's own burn-in and testing period, we've used the replacement switcher on some fairly hot days outside and the it has been stable. The surface of the switcher still gets noticeably warm, but no further crashes or instability have been reported from the field, and it does a great job of being a simple yet powerful little switcher. It's not without a few quirks and default settings that should always be checked - most notably, the sleep timer that isn't disabled by default - but it's a great value and for simple jobs, nice and easy to just setup and go compared to anything else in this price range. ORIGINAL REVIEW FROM 4/10/17, which this review replaced: Except for the fact that it has repeatedly overheated, in the middle of a show, dropping all inputs and outputs until it is manually power-cycled, it's a *fantastic* piece of gear. Until Roland comes up with a solution / better thermal design in hardware, it's probably best to stick with the older, more stable V-1HD and spend the money you'll save on a few SDI/HDMI converters....

Not to be trusted, want to give it negative 5 stars

By Jeff
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2017-05-29

Have had this switcher for about 6 months. There have been a couple of major disappointments. First, out of the box no embedded audio on the SDI output. Chasing my tail for an hour, got in touch with Roland tech support. Roland says oh, known issue, needed to update firmware. No biggie. What? KNOWN issue out of the box? No audio on program output? That's a basic function of the device. How could you ship a product designed to be an audio mixer and an SDI video switcher with no audio output? Call that fail number 1. Issue number two. Aware of other feedback mentioning the possibility of overheating, do not cover up the small vent grill. We have been very conscious of keeping the vent clear, but the switcher decided to lock up in the middle of a live broadcast due to overheating. Not once but 4 times until we propped the unit up in the air to allow the heat to dissipate from below as well as all other sides. Done with this failure, cannot be trusted again.

Great Switcher in a small size

By Keith
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-09-26

I have really been impressed with how robust this unit has been in such a small package. I love that you can also hook up and iPad for accessing the settings.

love it.. for the price... and nice and compact

By Diamond
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-01-31

great features.. 95% of all i wanted in ..

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Asked by: Kelvin C.
So that we may best assist you, please email us. [email protected]
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Is there any way of running a Aux signal?
Asked by: Anonymous
The V-1SDI has two SDI outputs, one for Program and the other for Preview. They cannot be changed to an Aux input though for operations like sending out a clean signal or a specific isolated camera only.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

What's the best way to use this unit with 2 cameras coming in, with a computer input that will be running a PowerPoint presentation? Will this switcher scale the incoming computer signal? Thanks in advance!
Asked by: Terry
This product has two dedicated 3G SDI inputs, a third channel input that supports 3G SDI or HDMI and a fourth channel HDMI input that also includes scaling. Depending on the outputs your camera offer you can have both of them going into the SDI inputs or have one use the SDI input and one using the HDMI input ( third channel ).
Answered by: Richard B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

How do you mix the audio? If I have 3 HDSDI signals coming in and RCA L/R from an external mixer How do I control the levels?
Asked by: Angelo C.
U can control each audio input in the Setup menu setting
Answered by: abu s.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Does this switcher include the remote control software?
Asked by: Les
Yes it does. This switcher will include the V-1SDI RCS dedicated computer software, which is compatible for both Mac and PC.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Do the sdi outputs contain embedded audio? Saw ...

Do the sdi outputs contain embedded audio? Saw somewhere they did not but roland was aware. Just wondering if they fixed the issue
Asked by: Bo
Mine certainly do, never been an issue for me.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-03-16

question

Does this unit also requires 50fps to 60fps 1080p over SDI ?
Asked by: John
This unit can handle either 50FPS or 59.94 but not both at the same time nor can it do signal conversion on the fly.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Can I use Canon XA10 cameras that only record at 1080 i/p 30 fps with this mixer?
Asked by: Carlos
You need to convert the signal from the camera. You can use this converter. It take the camera's HDMI signal and turns it into and 59.94 for the mixer. Datavideo DAC-9P HDMI to HD/SD-SDI 1080p/60 Converter B&H # DADAC9P.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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