JVC RM-LP450G Slow-Motion Controller for vMix Studio Switchers

JVC Releases New RM-LP450G Slow-Motion Controller for vMix Studio Switchers

New JVC Controller is Great for Multi-camera Sports Applications Looking to Streamline In-game Playbacks, Slow-motion Reviews and/or Post-game Highlight Reels

JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, unveils the new RM-LP450G Slow-Motion Controller for its vMix Studio Switchers, which can increase the speed of a live playback workflow. With a modern appearance and simple control layout, the RM-LP450G offers 38 backlit keys to help quickly identify important functions and reduce the chance of errors.

Designed specifically for sports broadcasting, the new RM-LP450G caters to the replay needs of this market. The controller is also equipped with quick-action Playback Search Disks and Control T-bar for speed control of the video playback. Up to eight video inputs can be instantly accessed to capture the action from multiple camera angles and tailor playback for analysis and programming.

“This winning combination of eight video sources and instant replay offers in-house stadium and arena production teams a simple, cost-effective way to output video directly to a scoreboard,” says Joseph D’Amico, Vice President, JVC Professional Video. “We are excited to deliver this new controller and look forward to seeing what our customers in the sports and live events industries accomplish with the solution.”

In addition to the Control T-bar, which provides increasing or decreasing playback speeds with a simple fingertip control, the RM-LP450G comes complete with several other buttons and functions. Among these are the inner and outer Playback Search Disks for endless forward and reverse search of recorded video. With search capabilities varying from frame-by-frame to 16x real-time, the controller can be set to different speeds according to the needs of the operator.

The available Playback MARK Area function enables users to indicate the IN and OUT point of the camera playback for marking the start and end points of a particular play in a game to use during in-game replays, slow-motion reviews or post-game highlight reels. Additionally, a CAMERA Selection Area function for the replay input enables users to set a slow-motion playback either for live programming or to be previewed prior to live broadcast.


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The RM-LP450G is designed for use with JVC’s multi-award-winning CONNECTED CAM™vMix-Powered Studio Switchers,including the KM-IP8 andKM-IP8S4, to which it can be connected via a simple USB interface. The KM-IP8 and KM-IP8S4 can each manage up to eight NDI® HX inputs and feature four 3G-SDI inputs with bi-directional connectors and mini-SDI-to-SDI cables. Both devices offer several output options, including one 3G-SDI, one HDMI and four DisplayPorts; as well as a Gigabit Ethernet network port. Additionally, the KM-IP8 and KM-IP8S4 are optimized for switching live programming in SD up to full HD 1080 60P.


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