The Datavideo KMU-100C 4K Multicamera Processor and Controller Kit allows you to connect up to two UHD 4K camera signals and output each as four separate 1080p images over SDI connections. Each set of four images will be displayed as a separate screen in four quadrants. They can be cropped and scaled using the processor, and the included controller lets you pan, tilt, and zoom through each image. All these adjustments can be set up in advance as presets or made in real time. The controller can control one set of four at a time but can seamlessly be switched between them.
Datavideo KMU-100 UHD 4K Multicamera Unit
The Datavideo KMU-100 UHD 4K Multicamera Unit is a 4K production solution that delivers multiple virtual Full HD 1080p60 scaled camera angles. The output of a single UHD 4K camera is connected to the KMU-100, which can display up to four 16:9 user-defined cropped windows that are then sent out as four separate HD signals through HD-SDI. These user-defined windows can be scaled to zoom in on a subject that you would like to highlight on the 4K signal.
An additional 4K camera can be connected to allow up to eight defined outputs from the two 4K signals. As an option, the Datavideo RMC-185, RMC-185+, or RMC-180 camera controller can be added to easily pan, tilt, and zoom to create the user-defined windows on the 4K signal. You can set these shots up in advance and save them as presets, or use in real time. The unit is suitable for use in live events, places of worship, and broadcast applications.
Datavideo RMC-185 KMU Controller
The RMC-185 KMU Controller from Datavideo is a physical controller designed specifically for control of the KMU series 4K multi-camera processor. The RMC-185 interfaces with the KMU-100 via an RS-422 interface. This dedicated controller allows operators to make smooth zoom and pan/tilt motions by using the joystick. The four presets hold scale, position, motion path, and speed of all four individual 3 Gb/s outputs per channel. The buttons allow start/stop/reset of motion in a predefined speed for every individual output.