Capture and Stream Digital Content With Crestron
Educators, healthcare providers and businesses alike want a reliable, easy way to capture and stream HD content on the network. Crestron’s Capture HD is low-cost, easy-to-use, and practically a “hands free” solution for recording and distributing HD presentations. Learn how about its advantages, as well as the benefits of new technology that delivers faster switching speeds without compromising quality. The first part of this webinar also explores Crestron DigitalMedia and CEC protocols.
About the presenter
Jeff Singer is the Director of Global Marketing Campaigns for Crestron Electronics. Jeff has been with Crestron since 2004, and has been in the AV industry since 1992. Singer previously spent two years as regional vice president, business development, for manufacturer’s representative firm FM Valenti, Inc., where he managed sales channels for brands such as Winsted, Xantech, Toshiba and Philips. Singer spent the first 10 years of his career with manufacturer Knox Video Technologies, first as a sales manager and then as vice president, sales & marketing.
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1. Is Capture compatible with Ensemble?
Capture produces an standard RTSP stream at either 1280×720 or 1920×1080 that can sent to many content management systems. Please check the requirements for your CMS system. We have no specific information regarding Ensemble.
2. Does Capture (Fusion) integrate with Dean Evans scheduling?
We’re not currently integrated with Dean Evans. Dean Evans, however, is aware that they can integrate with Crestron via a new API that is scheduled for release April 1st.
3. Can you capture a VTC endpoint?
Capture-HD-Pro has HDMI, VGA, SDI and composite inputs to capture any device. So, the VTC far end device has a video output, which is fairly standard, that signal can be used as a source into Capture and thus recorded.