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Edirol presented the P-10 Video Groovebox/Sampler. This “Visual Presenter” is a compact video sampler with 12 pads and a control layout in a small space that you could pack with a laptop.


This new box is designed to give hardware power and reliability for sampling and playback of video clips (with audio). With 4 banks of 12 pads you can trigger mulitple clips or just one really long one – it takes up to 16GB SD cards which should give you plenty of sample time. You can either convert your own clips into the motion Jpeg format (this allows smooth fwd/rev scratching) or record directly into the unit for some video samples.

The P-10 uses a standard video format (MJPEG, or JPEG stills) stored on removable SD media. That means you should be able to shoot video and stills on a portable camera that supports MJPEG and JPEG and drop the card straight into the P-10..

Basic features:

  • MJPEG video, JPEG stills
  • Built-in display
  • Capture audio and video live via onboard inputs
  • 12 triggers, effects dials


There’s also V-LINK support and a slide-show function. Sampling + removable MJPEG seems to be the real story. The image we’ve got is a prototype and is expected to change by production time. Price and ship date TBD; stay tuned.
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