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Up to four Pan-Tilt-Zoom Internet Protocol (IP) cameras can be recorded per room; each camera can have up to two PTZ presets programmed for different scenarios within that room. Viso allows remote start/stop recordings, as well as PTZ adjustments within the software, from any location with a Viso Recorder. In conjunction with camera recordings, screen capture can also occur, which provides a complete overview of the scenario.
Moreover, the complete integrated setup includes a professional microphone and speaker system that enables high quality audio recordings in sync with video.
Need to quickly intervene, or provide extra instructions during testing? Use the software’s push-to-talk button to communicate directly with trainees or colleagues in a recording room.
The Scheduling Module allows you to set up recordings in advance and automatically start and stop these recordings at a scheduled time. It is simple because there is no manual intervention needed; participants enter the recording room and perform their tasks while their session is recorded automatically.
Watch this animation for more information about the Scheduling Module.
Viso uses an internal network of cameras and computers. All cameras operate via IP and therefore can be connected anywhere within the local network. This means that recording rooms, and even facilities, do not need to be adjacent or in the same building! For example, the control room could be in a separate building on campus from the testing rooms.
Lab managers, researchers, or trainers can also start and stop a Viso recording from any viewer; that viewer does not need to be in the central recording location. Provided the viewer is on the network, recordings can be controlled from down the hall, or from a different floor. One can even control recordings by accessing Viso via a web interface on their tablet or smartphone. How? Simply connect to the Viso network via wifi and control the selected recording through the web interface. Viso even handles security concerns, as recordings can only be accessed by users who are logged in.
Curious how this works? You can request a free demo of Viso.