Live Video Switching

video Setting up Key Fill Correctly in Your Switcher

Setting up Key Fill Correctly in Your Switcher

Jeremy Bagwell walks through how to set up your key fill correctly using a Ross Carbonite switcher. Whether you’re using a Blackmagic UltraStudio or another device, it's important to know what to do with those two sources. This is especially true in environments where you want to display lyrics or graphics.


video Ultrascenes on the Ross Carbonite

Ultrascenes on the Ross Carbonite

UltraScenes come with every Ross Carbonite Ultra and Ultrix Carbonite. UltraScenes provide a simplified interface for creating a show with many key layers.


video Setting up Switcher Icons

Setting up Switcher Icons

The TouchDrive panel is incredibly customizable. Jeremy Bagwell walks through how to adjust your icons, coloring for sources, custom controls, and memory recalls. If you’re looking to personalize your switcher, the TouchDrive can do just that for a more efficient and intuitive operation.


video Record Macros on Ross Carbonite

Record Macros on Ross Carbonite

Learn how to use your own custom controls, referred to as macros, on the Ross Carbonite. Jeremy Bagwell explains how to understand and efficiently utilize the macro functionality on the Ross Carbonite. This applies whether you're a beginner or an experienced user.


video Ross Carbonite Output Naming

Ross Carbonite Output Naming

The Carbonite Ultra introduced the highly anticipated output naming feature. It was introduced on the 7.1 Carbonite Ultra update. Users can now customize output names in the system. This enhances efficiency and clarity when managing and monitoring outputs in different production environments.


video Recover Your Switcher after a Power Failure

Recover Your Switcher after a Power Failure

The Ross Carbonite switcher can return to its desired state directly after a power failure or reboot. Jeremy Bagwell walks through the process of saving the current state of your switcher. This makes it quick to restore in case of power interruptions or system reboots.