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|Rent LIVEPRO Quad HDMI Multi-Format Mixer Switcher with USB Live Streaming by Projectors(m): 1:30pm On Aug 25, 2021
Rent LIVEPRO Quad HDMI Multi-Format Mixer Switcher with USB Live Streaming in Lagos.
LIVE PRO L1 with 4 CH HDMI inputs and 1 HDMI output, all of them support 1080p.
The FeelWorld LIVE PRO L1 V1 is a multi-format live streaming mini switcher designed as an affordable solution for direct or remote single-user operation. It supports up to four 1080p60 HDMI sources, including cameras and gaming systems, as well as compatible laptops and desktops where you can pull up PowerPoint slides, video clips, and web pages. You can switch between the four signals with push buttons and a T-bar while outputting PGM over a USB 3.0 connection to popular platforms and applications such as YouTube, vMix, and OBS. Cameras can be set up at different angles and you can switch between close-up and wide shots. The LIVE PRO L1 V1 can be used for all types of online productions, training projects, and live events. The L1 V1 version is an upgrade over the predecessor L1, designed more lightweight with improved heat dissipation and a new look.
The other connections are an HDMI output, a LAN port for remote control via an included Mac/Windows software, and 3.5mm audio input and output for mics, audio interfaces, speakers, and headsets. A 2" TFT LCD screen displays your four sources or pulls up the system menu. The SW button switches between functions, including PiP mode and the transitions menu. A nearby dial selects from 14 transitions such as fade in/out, iris box, and wipe to left. Transition speeds are adjustable between 0.5 and 5 seconds. The T-bar, among its multiple functions, can be used for applying transitions and switching to program output.
The dial at the top right switches the HDMI output between a six-channel preview and program output. A dial on the left controls PGM volume. A 1/4"-20 thread is also provided should you want to mount the switcher on something in your studio setup. The included LIVE PRO XPOSE remote control software can also be downloaded as an Android mobile app.
Switch between your four signals by pressing the corresponding button on the top panel and then switching the T-bar when the button begins flashing. The button turns red to indicate the signal is live.
When connected to a local monitor, the LIVE PRO displays a six-channel preview of four inputs, PGM, and PST, along with an audio meter, and nine layouts can be set up for PiP, useful for large-scale productions.
USB 3.0 Live Streaming
Connected to a computer over the USB interface, the LIVE PRO is recognized as a webcam and can be used with any UVC-compatible platform, such as YouTube, Facebook, and Zoom.
A fan on the bottom improves heat dissipation and can be turned on and off via a switch as needed.
For live streaming, there is a USB3.0 interface And plus, the LAN port for controlling and upgrading; for audio, it has 2 interfaces, one for input, and the other one for output. All of these make it easy to create professional multi-camera productions.
It is able to stream anyone from the 4 HDMI inputs to any live broadcasting platform via the third party live streaming software such as OBS.
Simply connect LIVEPRO L1 and you can switch live between 4 high-quality video camera inputs for dramatically better quality images.
Or connect a computer for PowerPoint slides or gaming consoles.
Please call/whatsapp: 08034291442, 07052132538
This item is available for rent in Lagos and not for sale.
|Re: Rent LIVEPRO Quad HDMI Multi-Format Mixer Switcher with USB Live Streaming by Cabardin: 10:58pm On Sep 15, 2021
Thank you. I need a mixer like this to record podcasts.
|Re: Rent LIVEPRO Quad HDMI Multi-Format Mixer Switcher with USB Live Streaming by Alsonjecs: 11:10pm On Sep 15, 2021
The topic of your podcasts is interesting. I also really like this format. Sometimes we get together with friends from the band, discuss music, record little podcasts, and put them on the sound cloud. It's nothing serious; we use our USB mixer interface for this.
When the first podcasts came out, I wanted to try and record my own. But I had no equipment for recording podcasts and gave up the idea. But recently, some friends and I were sitting and talking after rehearsals, and when it came to podcasts, they all said they had stories to tell, and we decided to try recording ours.
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