NewTek 3Play 425 Control Surface (for 3Play 425 registered Customers)

$2,495.00

NewTek 3Play 425 Control Surface (for 3Play 425 registered Customers)

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NewTek 3Play 425 Control Surface (for 3Play 425 registered Customers)

Engineered with a purpose and built with a commitment to ensuring you have everything you need for professional sports production, NewTek 3Play® systems provide the most comprehensive set of tools and capabilities—and the most value for your investment—of any video replay solution. Designed exclusively for 3Play 425, the 3Play 425 CS provides simple, straightforward control of capture, clip management, and playback functions for fast, professional operation.

  • Manual control of multi-channel instant replay and slow-motion playback
  • Intuitive layout and transport controls mapped to 3Play 425 live desktop and dashboard
  • Large, backlit buttons for heightened visibility of control surface activity
  • Premium T-Bar, speed presets, and jog wheel for precision control
  • Durable, ergonomic design for confident, comfortable performance

NewTek 3Play™ is a multi-channel high definition video device supporting simultaneous recording, display and instant replay of multiple audio and video sources (up to eight of each for
3Play™ 820, and four in the case of 3Play™ 425). Its output possibilities include professional hardware connections capable of conveying two fully independent video streams to external video systems such as live broadcast switching equipment, and of course file export. Output at any time may consist of any combination of the following: I. Live video – direct pass-through of an input source II. Delayed video – output running somewhat behind live input III. Clip – playback of a ‘bookmarked’ time segment of captured (or imported) media
IV. List – playback of a prepared playlist that may include clips or other imported media and transitions. Recording is intrinsic to NewTek 3Play™, and is configured for each incoming a/v source to be captured prior when creating live production session. When Record is enabled in the live Replay Desktop, configured sources are continuously captured and stored. Typically, each stream might represent a different camera angle. (Other sources supplied to non-recorded inputs can be viewed but will not be captured; thus they are not available for later replay.)