- FULL HD robot video cameras with 20x optical zoom
- Several hundred pre-programmed camera positions
- FULL HD displays
- Connect even eight video sources to the conference
- FULL HD video connection with remote sites
- FULL HD video streaming for the NET
- FULL HD video recording
- Automated video minutes by Smart Recording Technology
- More room service by one video centre using Multipoint Video Control Algorithm
- Several cameras, several displays, hudreds participants
- Cooperation with ICN 2005 conference system
- Software, for working without the conference system
- FULL HD video forward on coaxial cable up to 120 meters without refreshing
- Adaptors for devices contain HDMI interface
- Video centre controlled from the PC
- The video center controls the cameras and connnect the video sources and the displays
- Video conference service with H323/SIP codec
DVC 301 Video Center
The DVC 301 video controller operates as the video centre of the DIGITON Video Tracer system. It receives the video sources and switches them to the appropriate outputs. Any input may be switched to any output, and even one input may be selected for all the outputs. The number of the inputs and outputs are both 8. The DVC 301 controller is able to switch HD-SDI uncompressed audio-video sources even in the quality of Full HD 1080p 60 frame/sec. The DVC 301 controller unit sends the controlling signals to the DVC 100 robot video (speed dome) cameras. The HD SDI signal transmitted with the aid of a coax cable may be forwarded up to 120 m without refreshing. It connects via USB cable to the PC. The cameras must be connected to the standard RS-485 output.
DVC 302 Adapter DVC 303 Adapter
A DVC 302 adapter is required for the monitors, projectors and the devices that ensure remote connection. It is practical to install the DVC 302 adapter near to the display unit in order to use coax cables on the longer distances. As required several display units may be also used in the system, for example the remote video conference connection may be allocated to a separate display.
A DVC 303 adapter is required for connecting HDMI audio-video sources. It is practical to place the adapter near to the HDMI device in order to forward the uncompressed video through a coax cable to the DVC 301 video centre. For the DVC 303 HDMI input we can connect for example a presentation notebook, media player, image from a remote location, namely the H323/SIP codec HDMI output.
The Control program:
The A DIGITION VIDEO TRACER is made by two different programs. One of them builds into the ICN 2005 ConferControl PC program. The other one can be used without conference sytem. The main difference between them is that in case of the ICN 2005, the stored postions of the robot cameras can be programmed to the delegate units. If the delegate unit’s microphone is active, then the camera focuses on the person, who uses the microphone. In the other program (without conference system) we can see an image of the room on the PC’s display and we can see buttons on the image. We connected camera positions to the buttons in the preparatory part of the conference. During the conference the technician clicks on the button, which is connected to the person, who speaks and the robot camera automatically focuses on that person. The program ensures (with Multipoint Video Control Algorithm) that the system is able to serve out more cameras, more displays and more rooms with one operator and one video centre. Furthermore it ensures the Smart Recording video minutes, which means that only the relevant occurences are recorded in the video minutes. If someone speaks then his speech, if someone presents then his presentation, if someone plays video then the video, and if someone speaks from remote site then the remote site’s image can be recorded in the video minutes. The video’s voice is always equal to the floor sound. Of course the recording is FULL HD just like the system. Important to say that in contrast to IP based systems, the DIGITION VIDEO TRACER’s system has no delay on the displays. On the FULL HD screen the voice and the image is in lip-synch.
Some Typical screen of the software:
The image above shows a real scene. The small round buttons mark camera positions, which are ordered to chairs. The red button shows that participant, who is speaking. The oblong video source selector buttons can be seen on the top of the screen. Use these buttons to choose the displays and the recording sources.
During the preparation of the conference, we can program the robot cameras on the above screen. Here we can assign camera positions and video source for the buttons. We can recall this screen anytime during the conference, if we need some correction on the positions.
The video connection setting screen. We can connect inputs and outputs. We can specify all contact that occurs during the conference. (That is why it seems on the figure like we connected more inputs to one output). The settings on the above screen is an important part of the realization of the a Multipoint Video Control Algorithm.
The project is supported by the European Unio and co-financed by the Regional European Development Fund.