In this example, we use a MacBook Pro plugged into Input 1 and one camera plugged into Input 2. We're setting my memory settings to have BLK-L.KEY on Effects B.

Step 1: Make sure your computer display settings are set to Extend Display.

For a Mac, go to System Preferences, then Displays, followed by Arrangement, and uncheck Mirror Displays.


For Windows, right-click an empty area on your desktop, and click Display Settings, then click the Multiple Displays drop-down list, select Extend these displays, and Keep changes.


Step 2: In Pro Presenter, load the graphics you'd like to use and turn the output button on. It should be green when it is on.


Step 3: In the Roland Switcher, click the Memory button and set either Effect A or Effect B to BLK-L.KEY if you have a black background on your graphics or WHT-L.KEY if you have a white background on your graphics.


Note: Setting the memory effect to BLK-L.KEY will eliminate all blacks in those graphics and making the memory effect WHT-L.KEY will get rid of all whites in those graphics. You can control the settings with the T-bar on the switcher.

Step 4: Plug your computer into the Roland switcher via HDMI with Pro Presenter open.

Step 5: Select the camera input (Input 2) as your main program feed on the top row and have the computer input (Input 1) in the preview stage.


Step 6: With the Memory B set to BLK-L.KEY, click the ON button and slide the T-bar down to see the graphic you've selected in Pro Presenter.


Step 7: After sliding the T-Bar down, your graphics will appear on the program output.


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