Roland Systems Group has announced the Roland VR-50HD, an all-in-one AV Mixer with output for web streaming and recording. The Roland VR-50HD is a complete portable HD studio packed neatly into a single, roadworthy chassis. Designed for one-person operation of sound and picture, the VR-50HD is laid out logically and ergonomically with faders, buttons, and a touchscreen. This unique product adds HD/multi-format capability to the very popular all-in-one VR Series that includes the Roland VR-5 and VR-3 AV Mixers.
What you get with the Roland VR-50HD is 12 input, 4-Channel Video Plus Still; NTSC/PAL, HD, Computer Signal Compatible; SD/HD/3G-SDI, RGB/Component, HDMI Inputs; 12-Channel Digital Audio Mixer; Built-In Touch-Screen Preview Monitor; Multi-View Output through HDMI; Stream Live Through USB Connection; 2 x Full Raster Picture-in-Picture; Supports 4 Layers for Composites.
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To restoring the factory settings in your Roland VR-50HD, first press the [MENU] button and then touch <Setup> on the screen. Next, touch < or > to change to the screen where “Factory Reset” is displayed, and then touch <Factory Reset>. To execute the factory reset, press the [ENTER] button.
Warning! When you execute “Factory Reset”, all stored settings will be erased and returned to the factory settings. So be sure to back up any information you wish to keep. Hopefully the article of “Reset a Roland VR-50HD Multi-Format AV Mixer” can help you.
Reference: Roland VR-50HD manual