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New Sony midrange switcher: XVS-G1
Filling the market gap left by the discontinued MVS 3000A, along comes a new 4K capable switcher – the XVS-G1. Brief specification is up to 16 keyers across 4 M/E banks, 48 inputs and 24 outputs in HD. The control panels are all new, with a redesigned button layout around the key transition area.
Two radical changes are:
- An optional GPU effects & graphics module provides a file-based clip player for the first time, and also handles DME functions. So it can play QuickTime and mp4 files directly without first translating them into Sony format.
- There is no dedicated menu panel – instead, the menus are all available through a web browser, so one or more operators can have multiple menu windows open.
Improving the M/E crosspoint pad on XVS switchers
This tutorial shows you how to modify the xpt pad settings so that after assigning a key bus, the menu automatically returns to the home page The XVS series of switchers has a customisable keypad at the right-hand end of every M/E crosspoint row. Fortunately, the factory default settings are good, so you can use […]
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