Introduction to the Roland Video Switcher

The Roland Video Switcher is a powerful video editing tool that allows users to easily transition between different videos with ease. The switcher can be used to quickly create and edit videos, and it offers a variety of features that make it a valuable tool for video professionals.

In this blog post, we'll explore the basics of using the Roland Video Switcher, and we'll provide tips on how to use it to improve your video workflow.

Where Is My Video Switcher?

There is no space to assign a key on the C-10 and PX-5, so you need to access the Video Switcher via MIDI. The Roland MX-4 is capable of sending out MIDI CC messages in order to control other devices, such as the Video Switcher.

Here's how:

On the left side of your keyboard, you'll see two different color LEDs that blink red or green depending on whether or not a CC message has been received by your instrument. Next to these LEDs are four horizontal buttons (or faders) that represent outputs 1–4. These outputs can be linked together using either a patch cable or using MIDI syncing. If you're using

Adding Real Time Audio to a Roland Video Switcher

Adding real-time audio to a Roland video switcher can be a great way to improve the user experience. By using a real time audio switcher, you can allow your users to control the audio playback directly from their video content.

This allows them to more easily follow the story line and enjoy the audio without having to pause or rewind the video. Additionally, using a real time audio switcher can improve overall video quality by allowing you to combine multiple audio tracks into one file.