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surfisup1000
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  #835745 12-Jun-2013 13:20
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DaveOwen: Thanks but the question I need answering is whether these switchers can cut smoothly, without any visual glitch at all, when you select a new source. It has to be able to cut between sources often and the audience should never see any rolling, breakup or momentary loss of picture stability. It has to look just as smooth as a video cutting from one shot to the next - as if was all part of the same video. I hope that's a bit clearer.




Welcome to the world of HDCP.  

I have an HDMI splitter and distribution system in my house. 

It works but not smoothly. Apparently because of HDCP negotiation (from my own research). 


DaveOwen

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  #835753 12-Jun-2013 13:29
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Should have gone with the BM ATEM TV Studio and saved a lot of money.

Yeah, the sales guy talked me out of that (I can't remember why). Actually though I wish I'd stretched to the ATEM 1 M/E Production Switcher - doesn't cost much more but has much better features. Also has been confirmed by other users to work with all my graphics cards.

Like I said, I'm waiting until I hear back from BMD before deciding exactly what to do next.

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