Saving Your Showfile
Saving your showfile is crucial. It’s the safest way to make sure you always have your switcher’s layout ready to go, regardless of a power outage, or if we simply forget to save our work. We'll always have a place to start from.
What is a media wipe and why should I use it? Join Rusty as he explains a media wipe on a Ross Carbonite.
Carbonite Multiviewer Shift
Multiview shift on the Ross Carbonite is a new feature that allows the user to have multiple stored multiview presets to view other sources that would not always be able to fit into one multiviewer. Russ and Jeremy explain some possible uses in this video.
Jeremy and Rusty dive deep into how to copy the settings of a keyer to a different keyer (including across multiple MEs). This is helpful to quickly navigate how to get a keyer setup without fumbling through the switcher menu.
#16 – Jeremy and Rusty Potpourri
Jeremy and Rusty tackle a bunch of topics: HDR video vs. SDR, random raster sizes, when to integrate a router into your system, and much more. We think you’ll learn a lot, and be challenged to think about some things in new ways. Enjoy!
Memories on the Ross Carbonite
Memories are essentially snapshots of different states of a video switcher console. Memories are a good way to save several different looks in your console without using up all of your Keyers.