Live Production

Camera Control Units

A range of Camera Control Units to remotely manage functionality and positioning. Power and Control multiple cameras from a central location.

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Routing Switchers

Convert and send video across to various different platforms or other pieces of hardware in your setup with ease. Supports video feeds all the way up to 4K and often rackmountable, to make your life and video production needs less of a hassle when dealing with video cables on this scale.

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Vision Mixing and Streaming

Software and hardware to get your video online or mixed in a live production environment. Includes All-in-One hardware like Pearl 2 and JVC's StreamStar for an even easier time while producing a stream or mixing content together, perfect for education settings or live stream studios who need to get online quick.

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Video Editing - I/O & Capture Cards

PCIe, Blackmagic DeckLink and external capture cards, for a range of tasks in video production. DeckLink cards cover a broad range of capture utilities, from just simple monitoring to allowing you to capture 4 independent signals at once. You'll also be able to see and edit 10-bit video with the right monitor with these installed in your machine. Capture Cards are vital for video game content production, with high recommendations for the DeckLink Quad HDMI and Elgato 4K60. We also recommend the Magewell line for a reliable, high class product. For more advanced or professional users, AJA and Blackmagic's line of hardware both external and internal will provide multiple inputs and functionality, not found in consumer level hardware.

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Video Recorders and Players

Hardware recorders and storage solutions for all levels of video production, including AJA and Blackmagic. These pieces of hardware provide a simple and elegant solution to capturing all types of inputs for everything from backing up legacy sources or modern live productions. Utilise the player functionality for digital signage, video effects in your vision mixers and previewing what you've just captured. Record straight to a USB Stick, CFast or SD card or utilise Blackmagic's MultiDocks to get super fast SSDs into the mix.

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