Datavideo has unveiled the OBV-3200 HD 12-channel mobile video studio, a mobile production solution for the outside broadcast van. 


Datavideo: The OBV-3200 supports video switching, monitoring, audio, video recording and streaming

The OBV-3200 supports video switching, monitoring, audio, video recording and streaming; an 8-channel intercom system integrates all the broadcast features in one system.

Features of the OBV-3200 include the SE-3200 HD 12-channel digital video switcher, which supports Full HD video with up to 12 inputs, eight PIP windows and crosspoint assignment for large live events, such as sports, esport and conferences. The SE-3200 is also equipped with dual DSK and digital embedded audio, allowing users to embed audio from one video source to the other video channel.

Also included is the TLM-170VM 17in monitor which is designed in a 1U rack-mount and folds out to save space. The TLM-170V includes various built-in functions such as waveform, vectorscope, audio level meter, peaking focus assist, zoom in/out, pixel to pixel, underscan and check field, allowing the director to check the exposure of images is consistent from one camera to the next.

Next up is the AD-200 audio delay mixer, which can mix the audio coming in from the switcher and other sources. It can also delay microphones to create synchronised video and audio. After being sent to the switcher it’s available as an embedded audio source.

The OBV-3200 also features the brand new HDR-90 recorder, which supports 10-bit 4:2:2 ProRes recording and can record up to four 1080p60 streams simultaneously to separate ProRes files. All files are synced with the same time code, making it easy for tracking during post-production. Additionally, the HDR-90 has a built-in 5inch touchscreen, allowing users to easily configure parameters and view the live video.

The Datavideo ITC-300 8-channel wired communication system, meanwhile, features power over Ethernet to eight belt packs. The director can select to talk to an individual channel or to all channels simultaneously with interference-free noise reduction.