NewTek TriCaster Offers Native Support of JVC KY-PTZ100 Robotic Cameras
NewTek TriCaster has long supported control of PTZ robotic cameras directly from its interface and control surfaces. Now, with the latest software update, and included in the new TriCaster TC1, that support has been extended to include the JVC KY-PTZ100. Using it’s unique IP communication engine, the JVC KY-PTZ100 allows for control over LAN, WiFi and 4G/LTE, all of which are now supported by the full range of NewTek TriCaster complete production systems. Put your cameras anywhere, not just in the studio, but in the world, then monitor, configure and control them with your NewTek TriCaster.
About JVC KY-PTZ100:
The KY-PZ100 is a robotic pan, tilt and zoom video production camera. It’s the first PTZ camera that features JVC’s unique IP communications engine providing network connection via WiFi, 4G-LTE, or direct LAN connection. It’s designed to be used as a stand alone remote camera or as part of a multi-camera system in both studio and field environments. In addition to its 3G-SDI and HDMI outputs, it is also capable of reliably streaming 1080i/60, 1080p, 720p, 540p and 270p video with 2-channel audio–all with minimal latency and forward error correction. Camera control is possible from a web browser, or with the dedicated RM-IP100 remote control panel, or from a from a variety of remote units using standard protocol. The camera also includes on-board HD recording at up to 50Mbps to a micro SDHC/SDXC card with the ability to upload the recorded files to an external server. Plug in a WiFi adapter or LTE modem, and you’ll have the world’s most convenient, high quality robotic camera that can be placed virtually anywhere.
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