Entry-Level Video Performance Tool

EDIROL ship the P-10 Visual Presenter      01/09/08
Entry-Level Video Performance Tool


EDIROL tell us that the new P-10 is an affordable, compact and easy to use presenter complete with motion JPEG support, Slide Show function and SD(HC) storage and playback. Here’s the details in their own words…
The EDIROL P-10 is EDIROL's latest entry-level video performance tool. It has a very intuitive operation, integrated design (for ease of use with other EDIROL video equipment) and a front panel that allows easy triggering of video clips via the sampler-like interface.
With 12 trigger pads and dedicated dials for the onboard effects, the EDIROL P-10 is the perfect hardware solution, being a faster, more elegant and reliable alternative to using a laptop on stage.
Other features include motion JPEG support for high quality stills and video and a Slide Show function to make movie-esque images from still pictures. The built-in colour display also makes the P-10 ideal for use as a dedicated controller in its own right, but the unit also connects via V-LINK to other supported devices so can easily be integrated within custom set-ups.
The EDIROL P-10 is a dedicated hardware device that takes away the frustration of using more complex computer-based systems, enabling trouble-free video triggering wherever you are.
Key Features of the P-10
  • Supports both movies (motion JPEG) and still images (JPEG)
  • Directly record to and playback from SD(HC) cards for maximum reliability
  • Slide Show function
  • Analogue audio/video input terminal for direct capture
  • Built in colour display for operation without external monitor
  • Remote controllable from external products via V-LINK
Pricing and Availability:
The EDIROL P-10 is available now in the UK at £799 (inc VAT) More information:
  • www.edirol.com More From: EDIROL
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