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HOW TO USE AUTO-TRACKING SOFTWARE AW-SF100 FOR PTZ CAMERAS
In this episode of the newest Panasonic “How To”- series, we’ll be looking at our state-of-the-art auto-tracking software. Dean Offord will cover what it is, how it can be used and where it can be downloaded. The PC-based AW-SF100 version is proprietary to Panasonic PTZ cameras and a free trial can be downloaded on PANASONIC PASS.
HOW TO USE HIGH SENSITIVITY MODE ON THE AW-UE100
In this episode of the Panasonic “How To”- series, we will have a look at the new high sensitivity mode on the AW-UE100 PTZ camera. Dean Offord will give a quick overview and demonstrate how to activate it.
Find out more about the AW-UE100 on our website and download the free EASY IP+ software from the PASS page.
HOW TO IMPROVE PANASONIC PTZ CAMERA USABILITY WITH EASY IP+
In this episode of the ‘How to’-series, Dean Offord will be taking a look at the EASY IP+ TOOL. This is a free-to-download networking tool that can be used to set up Panasonic PTZ cameras with ease.
The EASY IP+ TOOL has many new features that improve operation and usability, including an easy-to-use GUI, improved camera list that can be customized and an Auto-IP set up.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE EASY IP+ SOFTWARE FROM THE PASS PAGE.
ACTIVATE FREED PROTOCOL WITH THE AW-UE100 AND AW-UE150 | HOW TO - VIDEO
This episode of the ‘How to’-series is focused on the FreeD protocol in connection with the Panasonic 4K PTZ cameras AW-UE100 and AW-UE150. Dean Offord will explain what the FreeD protocol is, how it works with the PTZ cameras and how easily it can be activated.
The FreeD protocol is seen as an industry standard to ensure camera compatibility with most 3D engines from the likes of – but not exclusive to – Brainstorm, Zero Density, Vizrt, and Pixotope.
The protocol helps provide position data notification (PTZFI) in combination with a synchronization input and Panasonic has been the first manufacturer to offer ways of integrating high-quality compact PTZ into virtual sets.
HOW TO ACTIVE NDI AND SRT WITH THE AW-UE100
In this episode of our ‘How to’ – video series we’ll be taking a look at the NDI and SRT protocols. Follow Dean Offord as he explains what they are, how they work – and how easy activating both protocols is within our PTZ cameras.
Find out more about the AW-UE100 4K PTZ camera on our website.
HOW TO CONNECT PANASONIC PTZ CAMERAS TO TEAMS, ZOOMS AND PANOPTO
This episode of the ‘How To’-series will focus on the FREE-TO-DOWNLOAD PANASONIC VIRTUAL USB DRIVER SOFTWARE and what it can do for you. Dean Offord will lead you through THE DOWNLOAD AND INSTALLATION PROCESS and explain the software’s benefits. As it converts up to five PTZ cameras on a network into USB cameras, it ensures easy and smooth connection to video conferencing applications such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Webex or Google Hangouts while providing high-quality.
HOW TO GET CENTRALISED CONTROL FOR PANASONIC PTZ CAMERAS
This episode of the “How to”-video series focusses on the FREE-TO-DOWNLOAD PTZ CONTROL CENTER. It is a PC-based software that is extremely useful for those that want to be able to group and control a quantity of PTZ cameras from a centralised point, particularly in higher education institutions and within a corporate environment for example. Let Dean Offord guide you through the set up and explain its key features.
HOW TO IMPLEMENT CAMERA CROPPING IN PTZ CAMERAS USING A SWITCHER
This episode showcases a new function of the AV-UHS500 4K compact switcher known as the ‘ROI Function’. ROI – or Region of Interest – allows operators to extract the parts you need from the image output from a camera and assign them to cross points. Operators can extract up to four individual crops from one camera and produce the same images that might be possible with multiple cameras.
One of the key features of the AV-UHS500 is the capability to expand on its standard I/O. In this case, by installing two additional AV-UHS5M1 option boards for additional SDI inputs or AV-UHS5M3 for addition HDMI inputs, it is possible for operators to extract a total of 12 images from three cameras simultaneously.