This article will briefly discuss the main components of a conference room system by providing a synopsis of each piece, explanation of how it operates within the system, and offer at least one example.
Selecting the correct equipment for your room can seem like a daunting task at times. In this guide, we will give you an overview on how to choose the correct audio and video solutions for your scenario.
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Capture, synchronize, record and stream high definition video from multiple simultaneous HD video sources, including computer displays, cameras, instrumentation, and industrial equipment
The standalone VGA Grid™ is a powerful system designed to synchronize, capture, record and stream audio and video from directly connected video and audio sources. Captures from high definition sources (resolutions up to 2048×2048) and is available in 4-card (8 HD + 4 SD sources) and 6-card (12 HD + 6 SD sources) variations depending on the number of inputs you need to capture.
The standalone VGA Grid systems may be populated with either four or six Capture DL Cards. Each Capture DL Card has three video ports, one SDI, one DVI-I (HD video) and one S-Video (SD video). Each of these ports may be used simultaneously making a 4-card VGA Grid capable of capturing video from 12 ports simultaneously (8 HD and 4 SD). The six-card VGA Grid is capable of capturing, encoding, recording and streaming 12 HD video (2048×2048) streams simultaneously.