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Old November 29th, 2009, 07:12 PM   #1
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live IMAG multi screen desk?

A crew that I am involved with have been approached to run an event that ahs some intresting requirements. Hopefully without being to confusing as my video lingo lacks, the client has asked for 4 screens that display different shots, or the same shot. from what i can gather it is similar to some of the U2 concerts.

I have found some products by Ross Video that look like they are multiple desks in one. They have "ME" and "MLE" things in all their brochures, but I'm not sure what that stands for. I'm sure someone has had some experience in the field, and can hopefully share some tips and tricks.

My understanding the desk is pretty much 4 (as an example) desks in one, everything is synced and sorted, and its just changing inputs on each bus for each screen or all at once.

any help would be awesome, the end product should be quite cool and different, its just getting there that's the fun part

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