- Part#: PR-720-M
- Videoconference Recording
- Capture—several multimedia feeds: graphics, video, and audio
- Compose—these feeds with PiP into a single multimedia stream
- Encode—the stream into a standard H.264 (MPEG-4) file
- Cast—that file on the Internet using realtime streaming protocols
- Archive—the stream for on-demand viewing
- High resolution graphics and video sources into a PiP (Picture in Picture)
- Picture-by-picture format for H.264 playback
- User-defined preset templates simplify session setup
- Schedule one or more Recorders using Google Calendar or other iCalendar based tools
- Embedded Linux kernel for secure, crash-free operation
- Diskless operation for ultra-reliability. Green design, very low power
- Up to WUXGA (1920x1200) input and WXGA (1280x720) capture and streaming capabilities
- View a presentation via a web browser or media player,Flash,Quicktime, Real, etc
Traditionally, authoring sophisticated media presentations usually required an outside production firm or dedicated staff, which are expensive approaches. Several pieces of costly equipment would be needed to capture the various media sources and combine them in a meaningful way into a multimedia file. Furthermore, encoding these files so they can be streamed on the Internet can be cumbersome and time intensive, and still more hardware is needed for streaming. The PR-720-M fully automates this process by offering a dedicated hardware solution with a powerful setof features.
The PR-720-M introduces support for up to WUXGA (1920x1200) input resolutions with up to WXGA (1280x720) capture resolutions and PiP (Picture In Picture) video and graphics overlay. The unit is a dedicated hardware solution that combines simple operation with a powerful set of features. Enjoy universal interoperability with any RGB/DVI source laptops, PCs, MACs, document cameras, diagnostic equipment.
The unit is easy to operate, simply plug in RGB (laptop, document camera,etc), DVI, video, and audio sources. Start and stop sessions using the web interface, serial commands or the ubiquitous Google calendar. The input signals will be automatically detected by the system and combined dynamically in a PiP (Picture in Picture) format. At the start of a session, this combined signal will be encoded as an H.264 file, and will then be available for streaming, recording and collaborating.