Jeremy Bagwell

video Picture in Picture

Picture in Picture

Picture in Picture (or PIP) is a way to place one video feed on top of another feed. This can be done in a multitude of ways, and can really be taken as far as you would like. Rusty and Jeremy discuss different examples of how we can use PIPs in church, and how to do this effectively on the Ross Carbonite.


video Introduction to MultiViews

Introduction to MultiViews

What’s a MultiView? Why do I need one? MultiViewers are critical to video switching, without them we wouldn’t be able to effectively switch cameras and video inputs.


video Aux Tip on Video Switchers

Aux Tip on Video Switchers

Here’s a quick tip on Auxes for video switchers! Auxes can help make sure you’re getting your video outputs to the right places, but remembering where each output goes can be tricky. Labeling your Aux outputs on the console is a great way to make sure your outputs are going where they should!


video Inputs vs Bus Map

Inputs vs Bus Map

What is the difference between inputs and sources on my switcher panel? Rusty and Jeremy talk about why it’s important to understand the difference between switcher inputs and the bus map. How can I change the bus map to suit how I want to operate the switcher?


video Switcher Layout

Switcher Layout

Jeremy and Rusty talk about how to layout your switcher to maximize your workflow and discuss common switcher components like transition, keyer, stripe and ME.


video What is an ME (Mixed Effects) engine?

What is an ME (Mixed Effects) engine?

What does ME stand for and why does it exist? Why do I need an ME in my switcher and how do I control it? Join Rusty and Jeremy as they build an example of an ME workflow and how to control an ME.