ROSS VIDEO CBF-109
Ross Video

ROSS VIDEO CBF-109

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Ross Video Carbonite Black Overview

The Carbonite Black Solo CBF-109 1 RU HD/SD Switcher Engine from Ross Video is an HD/SD video production switcher providing versatile switching in a highly compact form. Designed for live production, the flexible Solo 1 RU Engine is controlled using the CB-9 Control Panel, or via the DashBoard software interface for Mac, Windows, or Linux. Supporting multi-format video resolutions up to 1080p60, the Solo incorporates nine inputs including six SDI and three HDMI, and six outputs including five SDI and one HDMI.

 The Solo's multiviewer output supports up to 10 source displays and features multiple layouts, tally, labeling, and a clock function. Features include robotic camera control for VISCA, Canon BU series, and Ross Cambot cameras. Features typically found in larger switchers that are offered by the Solo include two floating effects channels for PiP or 2D transitions, assignable effects modules, four-channel animation storage with audio, one floating UltraChrome chroma keyer, and powerful 10-bit processing for advanced keying and effects.

Features
  • Two floating MiniME effects modules can be used anywhere within your signal path
  • Fully configurable multiviewer output with tally, border control, and UMD labeling
  • Add graphics with the included XPression LiveCG software license
  • Powerful 3G processing is compatible with Full HD standards
  • The Ross DashBoard LiveAssist control interface and MediaManager browser provide intuitive control via your computer
  • Store multiple keys and backgrounds for preview
  • SDI and HDMI input connections; assignable HDMI output
  • Four independent media channels are available across the switcher
  • 8GB on-board memory
  • Create animated transitions with audio, and control them from a dedicated selector
  • Six internal frame synchronizers enable mixing of HD and SD materials
  • UltraChrome chroma keyer for detailed keying
  • Four powerful keyers with luma, linear, chroma and DVE keying, plus a fifth keyer for animated media wipes, and DVE transitions
  • Two floating 2D DVE channels can be assigned to a single ME, or distributed across MEs
  • Directly control external devices like servers, robotic cameras, and select audio mixers

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