Videonics MXPro Video Mixer Rental

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Video Mixer Rental: Daily-$75/Weekly-$150 

The leader in affordable, high-quality video technology introduces another first: the MXPro Professional Digital Video Mixer. People expect extraordinary things from the successor to the industry-leading Videonics MX-1. MXPro doesn't let them down. First, there's the 10-bit digital quality video. That's the kind of quality top professionals brag about having. Now you can brag, too.

  • Live Productions
  • Sporting Events
  • Business and classroom presentations
  • General video switching
  • Weather chroma key
  • Internet Productions
  • Linear Editing
MXPro contains features found on most video mixers. In addition, it contains the special features described in this section.   Superb Video Quality To ensure highest video quality, MXPro uses 10-bit (4:2:2) video technology for Y/C applications, and 8-bit 4:2:2 for Composite applications.   Four Input Synchronized Switcher MXPro provides four input channels. This makes MXPro useful in live production settings where up to four cameras or other sources might be in use. MXPro synchronizes the inputs, so picture disruptions do not occur when switching between sources. Each channel has a composite video input, a Y/C video input, and a set of stereo audio inputs.   Pictures-in-Pictures (PIPs) PIP allows multiple pictures to share the screen in various configurations. For example, one source might take the entire background while another image appears inside a separate, smaller window, both sharing the screen at the same time. You can use up to 16 images in a PIP configuration.   Effects Generator Use a variety of effects to enhance a source or transition between sources. Select from over 500 effects, including natural shapes (diamonds, stars, and so forth), fancy edges, and borders. And, you can build your own custom menu for quick access to those effects you use most often.   Time Base Corrector (TBC) MXPro automatically corrects the output's time base. MXPro stabilizes the output signal even when the input sources are not stable.   Chroma Key Keying replaces parts of one picture with another, based on their color. Here the solid background behind Kong keys out and subsequently gets replaced with the picture of the bridge. The chroma key version shows Kong contemplating the bridge.   Frame Synchronizer and Digital Video Mixer Mix any two input sources together using a variety of transitions wipes, dissolves, flips, and so forth. With the frame synchronizer you can mix independent video signals.   Compose MXPro provides a video painting system you can use to combine video stills, color shapes, and moving video on one screen. You can create a screen that contains a video still of a football coach (with a surrounding red border), combined with a moving video of the players in action on the field.   Audio Mixer MXPro provides basic audio control. You can change the sound along with the video, or play a constant sound while the video plays. Audio can come from a video source or from external audio devices.   Connectivity MXPro provides multiple video/audio outputs, including two Y/C Program outputs, two composite Program outputs, one composite Preview output, one set of stereo audio outputs, and a Headphone output.   Joystick The joystick gives you fine control over color adjustments and positioning of PIP (picture-in-picture), compose, and the chroma key cursor.   Color Correction Apply true RGB color correction to any or all input sources. Color correction parameters can be set separately for each channel.   Input Effects Apply special effects such as flips, mosaics, and others to the signals coming in from any input source.
Multiple-Source Video Production In a video production setup, you can connect one or more video sources (VCR's, camcorders, video disc players, cameras, title generators, computer graphics systems, and so forth) to MXPro's four input channels. The Program output can then be sent to a VTR or directly to a monitor.   You determine what is sent to the output. While the original inputs play, you can switch between any of MXPro's channels. You can use dissolves or other transitions to go from one channel to another. You can add special effects to any channel, and use advanced features such as compose and chroma key to enhance the production.   Single-Source Use MXPro supports A/A roll, a method x creating interesting transitions with a single source. Its digital effects (such as picture freeze, posterization, and zooms) give added life to productions. You can use MXPro with a titler to mix and superimpose titles. Time Base Correction improves the picture (especially when making multiple-generation copies) by removing the jitter common to most VCR's.   Live Video In live production setups, MXPro processes events as they occur. Good coverage requires seeing the events from different vantage points which means you need multiple input sources. MXPro gives you the ability to connect up to four sources simultaneously. For example, at a sporting event, camera one might focus on the playing field, camera two on the team benches, camera three on the announcer, and camera four on the scoreboard. Using MXPro you can easily switch between the sources whenever necessary.