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New affordable live streaming kits from PTZOptics released [slideshare]

Posted by Paul Richards on Mar 28, 2017 7:56:34 PM

Hello IT & AV Professioanls!

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Topics: ptzoptics, Live Streaming, Video Production

Why it's Important to Have Multiple Cameras During Your Live Streaming Events

Posted by Paul Richards on Jul 7, 2016 10:00:00 PM

 

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Topics: ptzoptics, zoom, tilt, pan, cameras, #multiplecameras

PTZOptics - Deciding on the Right Joystick Controller

Posted by Paul Richards on Jun 23, 2016 11:00:00 PM

Hello AV & IT Pros!

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Topics: ONVIF, ptzoptics, zoom, tilt, pan

Vaddio vs PTZOptics

Posted by Patrick Kirby on Aug 13, 2015 12:17:00 PM

Hello AV & IT Pros!

We have been asked to review the latest Vaddio RoboShot cameras with the PTZOptics camera line. For those of you who do not know Vaddio manufactures some of the industries top video conferencing cameras with USB. Vaddio's new RoboShot camera line has triple video streaming capabilities for HDMI, USB 3.0 and IP Streaming. PTZOptics is a camera manufacture who has a line of 12X and 20X HD-SDI, HDMI, USB 3.0 and IP Streaming capable cameras. So first let's start with the details of Vaddio's RoboShot line. Then we can use the PTZOptics comparison available here: (http://ptzoptics.com/comparison-charts/). And finally we can summarize the PTZOptics USB cameras and how they compare. 

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Topics: ptzoptics, vaddio

PTZOptics vs HuddleCamHD

Posted by Paul Richards on Jun 23, 2015 1:50:00 PM

Hello IT Pros,

So the question has come up so frequently in the past few months "which camera is better the HuddleCam's or the PTZOptics"? We decided that a blog post was in line to review the details of this question. There are some core differences between the product lines that makes this decision not as hard as it may seem at first. Let's take a look at this decision tree which take the four main video camera requirements into consideration.

  1. Web Conferencing - Only requirement being USB
  2. Traditional Video Conferencing - Only requirement being HDMI or DVI
  3. Broadcast Video - Only requirement being HD-SDI or HDMI
  4. WebCasting - Only requirements being IP Streaming or RTSP/RTMP Streaming
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Topics: Broadcasting, HuddleCamHD, PTZ USB Cameras, ptzoptics

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