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Video Playback while recording
We are expanding our Sunday services to include a 2nd location in the building with preaching via video. I need suggestions for a video recorder that will allow playback while recording so the 2nd location can select their start time without interfering with the worship center service. I think this feature is called "Chase" but have no idea which pro-video recorder to go buy - currently looking at a Sony DSRDR1000A.
How about a DVR. Assuming you need just SD quality you can pick up an DVR that can capture video for less than a grand sometimes alot less. If you want HD it will get up to and past a grand quick especially if you want SDI hook up's.
This is the way that i usually setup multi venue/one campus setups that only want one stream. For multi campus it gets more complex.
Need help with same issue.
Did anyone come up with a solution for this? The two solutions mentioned seem extremely pricey (Telestream Pipeline and 360 Systems 1200HD). I have tried to find a DVR or PVR that would support it but have come up short. Anyone have any other solutions for this?
We don't use this often so I can't speak to the long term reliability but the few times we have used it it's worked great.
Pros: Allows time slip (or Chase) feature
Is a good dvd recorder and dvd player (We primarily use this a a real time dvd recorder)
Cons: Not HD
Can't use the HD record and DVD record at the same time
Hope it helps
[FONT='Verdana','sans-serif']I am a little late to the game here but if you are serious about playback, and you need it to work every time without fail you need a DoReMi system, we did a slightly delayed satellite room for years and the DoReMi works without fail. They are wicked expensive however but you may be able to find a used SD unit somewhere.[/font]
[FONT='Verdana','sans-serif']Go to doremilabs.com and look at the v1-uhd[/font]