Discover Panasonic’s KAIROS Solution for Houses of Worship

by | Feb 7, 2022 | News, Production, Video

KAIROS is more than a switcher. It’s a unique, powerful IT/IP video switching and processing platform designed to generate compelling worship experiences. Whether you’re producing for a single church or broadcasting to a network of churches, KAIROS’ customizable, software-based platform allows you to seamlessly create and feed 4K and HD content to all your screens, in numerous locations, with only single-frame latency.

With KAIROS, church leaders can share inspiring, immersive visual experiences to worshippers. It’s the perfect all-in-one system to create a meaningful worship experience just as it was imagined.

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