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ATEM 4 M/E Constellation 4K


Awesome Features

  • 4 M/E
  • 4K
  • Massive I/O
  • 24 x 12G-SDI Outputs
  • 40 x 12G-SDI Inputs
  • Supports 12G-SDI at 10-Bit

The Blackmagic Design ATEM 4 M/E Constellation 4K Switcher offers 40 12G-SDI inputs and 24 12G-SDI outputs, supporting a variety of cameras and sources. It provides video at resolutions up to 10-bit UHD 4K60 through the 12G-SDI program outputs or 1080p and 720p webcam outputs via USB-C. With four multiview outputs featuring up to 16 routable windows, the switcher can display inputs, keyed video, graphics, and stills from the media pool, along with the program output. Each input connects to a built-in Fairlight audio mixer that can handle up to 156 channels of audio.

Manufacture Notes

Massive 4 M/E Ultra HD live production switcher with 40 standards converted 12G-SDI inputs, 24 12G-SDI aux outputs, 16 ATEM Advanced Keyers, 4 multiviews and 2 SuperSource for a total of 12 DVEs. ATEM Constellation switchers feature a compact rack mount design with a built in control panel. This allows operation of the switcher, critical during setup or for emergency use. Also included is a large LCD so customers can see program output and change switcher settings via on screen menus. The compact design is perfect for portable live production, with the rear of the switcher including connections for 3G-SDI or 12G-SDI inputs, aux outputs, balanced audio and Ethernet for control. The top 4 M/E models even include RS-422 for serial control and MADI digital audio connections.

Why this Solution

The constellation is an extremely powerful switcher which is very popular due to it’s affordability and large user-base. Our kit’s come standard with the GPI and Tally Interface.


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Tech Specs

  • Inputs:
    40 x 12G-SDI Inputs
  • Outputs:
    24 x 12G-SDI Outputs
  • Outputs:
    Webcam Output via USB-C

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