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Tutorial: How to Use the Grass Valley T2 iDDR in Your Worship Video Workflow

Combining the versatility of a ton of I/O ports and file format support, along with the security of an embedded OS and user-friendly hardware controls, the Grass Valley T2 provides you with a recipe for success.

In this tutorial, I’ll introduce you to the Grass Valley T2 iDDR and how it can easily integrate into your house of worship video workflow.

T2 Panels and I/O

The T2 from Grass Valley is a complete self-contained A/V playout appliance designed to be rackmounted. On the front, you will find a 7” LCD touchscreen, USB ports, 1/4” headphone jack and hardware shuttle controls, just like a traditional VTR.

Having a familiar interface likes this helps if your house of worship uses inexperienced volunteers. The rear of the unit houses a litany of ports and connections. Analog audio can be sent and received with XLR, while digital audio can be accessed with AES/EBU. DNC/SDI connections and DVII are available for video signals.

There are two ports for ethernet, allowing the operator to transfer files to and from the T2 over the network, or FTP.