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Blackmagic Design ATEM 2 M/E Constellation HD



•    Advanced design with built in front panel controls.
•    Up to 40 standards converted 3G-SDI inputs.  Up to 24 customizable 3G-SDI outputs.
•    Includes up to 4 independent multiviews with multiple lay
•    4 upstream ATEM Advanced Chroma keyers per M/E row for green/blue screen work.
•    Up to 4 independent DVEs.
•    Multi rate 3G-SDI for all HD television standards including 720p, 1080i and 1080p.
•    Built in 156 channel Fairlight audio mixer.
•    Includes free software control panel.
•    Compatible with all ATEM hardware control panels.



Blackmagic Design Announces New ATEM Constellation HD Switchers

Blackmagic Design today announced a new family of live production switchers that include powerful broadcast features, while including the latest electronics technology so they are extremely affordable.

These new switchers are designed as a professional upgrade for ATEM Mini customers who need to expand, or for large broadcasters who want to upgrade their studios to get a modern switcher. ATEM Constellation HD switchers feature a compact rack mount design with a built in control panel.

The compact design is perfect for portable live production, with the rear of the switcher including the connections for 3G-SDI inputs, 3G-SDI aux outputs, balanced audio and Ethernet for control. The built in multiview lets customers monitor multiple sources on a single monitor.

All external SDI inputs, plus all internal video sources can be routed to any view. All multiviews are fully customizable and can be independently set to 4, 7, 10, 13 or 16 simultaneous views. Customers can add the tally border plus source label and VU meters as an overlay on each view. Plus a red and green border will show tally on each view, so customers know what sources are on air.

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