(Iroquois, Ontario--February 4, 2014) Tasmanian company, Media Imaging put Ross’ Carbonite Production Switcher to the test in December at the Falls Music and Arts Festival in Marion Bay, Tasmania. Running flawlessly during the three day festival, Carbonite fed two video screens, recording devices, using almost all outputs.
Media Imaging also used and relied on the DashBoard
Control System during the festival - much like a second ME. By assigning Aux, outputs and content, DashBoard
made managing content very easy as well as system monitoring, leaving panel to control main operations.
“I have always admired Ross products and always wanted high quality multi-view abilities as well as a true HD system which was not PC based,” said Derek Philipson, Director, Media Imaging. “I researched intensively for the features I wanted, needed and could afford, more so how easy it is to upgrade parts and features In the future. In Australia we have a great dealer and Ross support team, so I was able to bounce question after question off them until I came to my final decision. There are many manufacturers out there, but few that can fall into line with Ross. Carbonite
is indeed a breath of fresh air from other switchers I have used in the past in many ways!”
Media Imaging’s new Ross Carbonite
1ME, 16 input Switcher is used in a mobile environment and moves between Aurora Stadium where it is used regularly for Cricket and Australian rules football, as well as events outside of the stadium. The Carbonite
system and openGear
Frame is a very compact system to carry around.
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