Ross CrossOver 12 Panel and Frame – USED

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Ross CrossOver 12 Panel and Frame

Product Highlights:

  • 12 HD-SDI Inputs
  • 10 Window Multiviewer Display
  • 6 HD-SDI Outputs (2 PGM, 1 PVW, 3 AUX)
  • Internal Black and Matte Generators
  • GPI I/O & Tally Ports
  • USB Port 2.0 and 1.1 compliant
  • 10/100Mbps Ethernet Port
  • Multi Definition SD & HD, PAL & NTSC, 480i, 576i, 720p, 1080i all at 50 & 59.94Hz


Ross CrossOver 12 Panel and Frame

The CrossOver 12 Solo control panel is equipped with additional source buttons, key control buttons, and a positioner for additional control of wipes and patterns.

The frame contains the video processing hardware and provides the inputs and outputs for the switcher. The control panel connects to the frame via the Panel Port on the frame and the Frame Port on the control panel.

The MultiViewer™ allows you to view ten video sources from a single output BNC. Any video source on the switcher, including Program, Preview, and Media-Store channels, can be assigned to any box on the MultiViewer.

CrossOver CleanSwitch allows you to perform high-quality transitions between video signals with embedded audio streams. All 16 embedded audio channels are passed through the switcher. The setup consists of your switcher, an openGearDFR -8300 series frame, and an MDK-111A-Lite.

The switcher is equipped with an Ethernet port to allow remote access. By default, the switcher uses DHCP to automatically obtain an IP address. You can manually set an IP address, network mask, and default gateway if your network does not have a DHCP server.

The switcher goes into a Power-Save mode after a user-defined amount of time (20 minutes by default) without user interaction. Touching any control will wake the switcher. Any functionality associated with the touched control is ignored until the unit is active and all lights and display are turned on. During Power-Save mode, video related hardware is
not affected and video signals are still passed through the switcher.

Your switcher can be controlled by external editors using the GVG100 protocol. It can also generate EDL (Edit Decision List) files for use in non-linear editing suites.

You can set the double-press rate of the switcher to suit your preference. Setting a fast rate requires you to double-press the knobs in quick succession in order to be recognized as a double-press. Setting a slow rate allows more time between presses but may register two single presses as a double-press.