Blackmagic Design ATEM 1M/E Production Switcher



Switcher, whose greatest strength is excellent value for its features ratio. This equipment is ideal as part of a LIVE TV - system for live television broadcast. They allow seamless, one-man operation. Each element of the system must therefore fulfill the condition of comfortable operation with its use. So it is with switchers from Blackmagic Design. Model ATEM 1 M/E Production Switcher is a version for demanding users who require a greater number of video inputs.


ONLY NOW, if you buy ATEM 1M/E PRODUCTION SWITCHER at our store, you will receive a discount for MULTIVIEW CONTROL PANEL


Main features



  • 4 HDMI imputs
  • analog input (S-Video or Composite)
  • 4 SD/HD-SDI inputs
  • USB 3.0
  • 3 SD/HD-SDI outputs
  • Component & Composite outputs
  • SD/HD-SDI output
  • SD-SDI output
  • HDMI Multi-View & HDMI program outputs
  • Ethernet & RS-422 slots




ATEM 1 M/E Production Switcher is suitable for use both SD and HD. It is therefore an attractive proposition for those who plan to gradually expand and upgrade their television systems. It is possible to start from SD robotized cameras and eventually expand it to a HD devices. The switcher works successfully in any situation which requires efficient service, especially while live broadcasting from:

  • sessions
  • schools (e-learning)
  • shops and galleries
  • night clubs
  • churches
  • sport venues
  • concert halls
  • small TV studios
  • radio studios
  • conference rooms
  • webinars


Blackmagic Design & LIVETVSYSTEMS Control Panels

When television broadcast is running live, a vitally important thing is to allow its producer to focus on his job. To do so, we made an application that improves the control of the switcher during the transmission, and hence the same realization. This program is a LTVMultiview Control Panel for ATEM Switchers. The idea is simple - to enable easy output selection of the switcher by clicking on the preview from the camera or media files. Thanks to it the attention is focused on one, not on two monitors.