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Blackmagic Design ATEM 2 M/E Production Studio 4K, 4 Upstream & 2 Downstream Keyers, 22-Input Audio Mixer, 20 6G-SDI & 1 HDMI Inputs
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- Full 2 M/E switcher with each M/E featuring media players, chroma key, transitions and more.
- Switcher can be switched between SD, HD and Ultra HD video formats instantly.
- 2 x built in multi view allows 16 sources, 2 x previews and program on HD-SDI and HDMI outputs.
- 20 x inputs for a total of 20 x 6G-SDI and 1 x HDMI input. All inputs feature auto re-sync.
- 2 x 6G-SDI program outputs, 1 HDMI 4K program out and 1 down converted HD-SDI program out.
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The new ATEM 2 M/E Production Studio 4K lets you produce broadcast quality live multi camera production in SD, HD or amazing Ultra HD! Featuring 20 inputs with built in re-synchronizers so you can connect the widest range of video sources such as cameras, disk recorders and computers for incredible live music, sport and more! ATEM 2 M/E Production Studio 4K has advanced broadcast features such as chroma key, customizable transitions, upstream and downstream keyers, DVE, Super Source, audio mixer, 2 x multi views, media pool and more! You also get 6G-SDI and HDMI 4K connections and 6 auxiliary outputs for the most advanced live production switching! This new high end model of the ATEM Production Studio family includes all the powerful features of the other models as well as the exciting SuperSource multi layer processor. SuperSource provides customers with a completely separate 5 layer switcher with the power of 4 picture in picture DVEs and 4 keyers assigned to any ATEM video input. Su
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For my purposes this device is serious overkill. But it has a feature, Supersource, that pushed me into the high end of the line when all I really needed was the middle unit. Supersource allows the simultaneous display of 4 sources (in boxes) on top of a fifth source. This kind of layering allows for two-ups when doing remote interviews, etc. and can make for a very professional production.
It works as well as the other two ATEM switchers I owned, and even works with the same software too. It boots quickly, is pretty simple in its operation, and is really more of an appliance as compared to PC based products like the Tricaster. My workflow involves powering it up, sitting down on set, and shooting. There's very little set up needed once you have everything configured.
A few gripes so far:
1. The fans on this thing are ridiculously and unnecessarily loud. This is an unfortunate change from the prior models that were completely silent and fanless. I am going to try to move it as far away from my set as possible but I may have to end up returning this one for the prior model.
2. The Supersource input button does not show up on the software control panel when using it on a PC or Mac with a small display (less than 1920x1080). It does appear if the shift key is held down, but there is no way to configure it on the first row of buttons. This is an easy software fix that I hope BMD implements. My workaround in the meantime is to run it to the second M/E program out and then use that source when shooting. I typically run the ATEM software control on a Windows 8.1 tablet so reaching for a shift key is difficult.
3. Out of 20 inputs on the device only one supports HDMI directly. If you're primarily an HDMI shop you'll need to purchase HDMI to SDI adapters which can get costly. BMD's is close to $300 but I found an inexpensive one from Orei that works just as well.