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REMO is the portable and ruggedized version of VDESK designed for rapid setup and strike on location. Available in two configurations, UBEREMOTE and ISOREMOTE, they support 4 or 8 SDI and HDMI inputs, plus NDI and URL inputs and outputs. They also include a 15.6 inch touch screen monitor and joystick for PTZ and PTX camera control.
• 4 or 8 SDI, HDMI, NDI or URL video inputs • ISO Capture of inputs • PTZ camera control with joystick and presets • CLASSIC interface with 9 user presets • PRODUCER interface with unlimited presets • TalkingPoints interface for presentation capture • SD or HD production and streaming • SDI and HDMI out (simultaneous) • Video transitions: dissolve, 14 wipe patterns  • Video effects: PiP, double-box shots, Chroma-key • Multi-layer graphics, CG overlay • MPEG-2, H.264 file recording and playback • Adobe Photoshop Elements for graphics production • Adobe Premiere Elements fo non-linear editing and DVD burning • Simultaneous capture and Internet streaming • On-screen display of all input sources + PGM and PVW • Presets linked to specified lower-third graphics • “HotShot” auto-take preset to Program
CLASSIC Interface
PRODUCER Interface
TalkingPoints Interface
REMO includes the same software and interfaces as VDESK, but is designed specifically for users that need ruggedized system protection, and quick setup and strike for location production. The two REMO configurations are easily hand-carried for transport from the vehicle to the production site. They incorporate the latest generation of processors, with solid state drives (SSD) for reliability, super-fast boot and rich-media management.
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REMO ISOREMOTE has eight inputs (SDI and HDMI), and also includes a 15.6” touch screen. This rugged transportable is in an SKB road case with wheels and extending handle. It can record as many as eight inputs to separate files - as well as the switched program output - while simultaneously streaming.
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REMO UBEREMOTE has four inputs (SDI or HDMI non-expandable), and includes a 15.6” touch screen. Weighing just 9 pounds, with dimensions of 13” x 13” x 3.5” and a built-in carrying handle, the UBER is perfect for “run and gun” recording and streaming. Output utilizes a high-speed USB to SDI and HDMI device.
Both units support Input/Output cards from Blackmagic, Stream Labs and Magewell. You can specify four, eight or 12 inputs. You can also configure inputs to accept NDI streams or URLs via a network connection. The output card in the ISOREMOTE provides simultaneous SDI and HDMI signals, while the UBEREMOTE uses a high-speed USB to SDI and HDMI output device. Each system includes at least one portable 15.6” touch screen monitor, customized keyboard, mouse and 6-button Hall-effect joystick. (Joystick not included with international shipments) Also available is the optional VDX 12 Input Control Surface. It includes a T-bar for manual transition control, as well as backlit shortcut keys for many transitions and effects, including PiP and double-box. You can also select cameras and individual presets for each camera for maximum efficiency and productivity. Included is our MUX: a device which connects to the workstation via USB and has four (4) RJ45 connectors that supply 12VDC power and RS-422/232 serial communications for up to four PTZ cameras. For eight or 12 inputs sytems you’ll need two and three MUX boxes, respectively. You’ll need one DEMUX adapter for each serial-controlled PTZ camera. For IP-controlled cameras the MUX/DEMUX is not required. Our PTX Universal PanTilt Model 1 and Model 2 heads are also controlled using our MUX/DEMUX connections via CAT5 that carries RS422 data to the heads. Connection is made using the 9-pin Phoenix connectors on the DEMUX and the PTX chassis. You can use any combination of PTZ and PTX heads, as well as manned cameras, as inputs to the REMO (and VDESK).
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