DataVideo Single Cam Remote Production Package
1 x PTC-140
1 x BB-1 KIT
12 Month Subscription to dvCloud Essentials streaming service with SRT
Businesses, social media influencers, and houses of worship that would like an easy solution to air simultaneously on multiple streaming platforms can do so via the Single-Camera Remote Production Package from DataVideo. This plug-and-play livestreaming system is designed to smooth out choppy connections and includes one PTC-140 PTZ camera, a pair of BB-1 remote IP control units, and a year subscription to the dvCloud SRT cloud-based distribution platform.
This package allows remote control of the camera, then uploads to the cloud-based hub of the streaming service via SRT, helping to ensure smooth playback and avoid buffering delays, even if you're uploading from an unreliable network. From there, your feed can be distributed simultaneously to 25 platforms or devices like YouTube, Facebook, or other RTMP livestreaming websites.
Also required are routers and switches at both the remote site and live venue, and Ethernet cables to link all devices at each site.
Add a high-resolution PTZ camera to your conference room, education setting, live event, house of worship, or remote video conference with this black HD/SD-SDI and HDMI PTZ Camera with 20x Optical Zoom from Datavideo. The camera features remote pan, tilt, and zoom control via a remote control or via IP and serial protocols, and its built-in zoom lens offers an optical zoom range of 20x with a 10x digital zoom to view just about any angle in your setting. The camera supports frame rates and resolutions up to 1080p60, allowing you to utilize high-quality video for your broadcasts and internet streams. The camera sends video over its HDMI and/or SD/HD-SDI ports to compatible HDMI or SDI video converters, switchers, recorders, or other devices. It can also live stream video via the LAN Ethernet port.
With 255 programmable preset positions, you can set the camera to rapidly move between positions using a variety of protocols including DVIP over your LAN, RS-232 using an optional serial controller, or IR control using the included IR remote. The camera compresses using the common, high-quality H.264 and H.265 protocols for streaming over your LAN, and you can simultaneously encode two live video streams using standard RTSP or RTMP protocols that are compatible with a variety of Internet streaming sites. The camera also supports external audio input via its 3.5mm stereo line-level input, and you can mount the camera via the 1/4"-20 threaded mounting thread. There is a red/green tally light on the camera so your room will know whether the camera is on or off.
The camera includes a ceiling mount kit, and you can utilize the separately available WM-1 wall mount kit if you prefer to mount the camera on a wall. In addition to a power supply, safety cable, and UV filter to protect the lens, the camera includes serial cables to get your started.
Controlling PTZ cameras over the web is made simple with the dvCloud Remote Device Control Kit with Two BB-1 Remote Controllers from DataVideo. Set up one BB-1 device on site with the operator, then another BB-1 at the remote location to seamlessly connect up to five devices, such as cameras, teleprompters, switchers, decoders, or touch-panel controllers (available separately).
When linked with the pair of BB-1 controllers, devices will appear on your screen as if they are in your local network. The technology of the BB-1 dramatically simplifies the technical requirements of remote controlling various devices, democratizing the ability to control and stream live performances all over the world.
Businesses, social media stars, and houses of worship that would like an easy solution to air simultaneously on multiple streaming platforms are ideal for the dvCloud 1-Year Essentials Plan from DataVideo. Integrating seamlessly with DataVideo's PTZ cameras, remote controllers, switchers, and encoders, this plan is an essential component of this plug-and-play livestreaming system.
dvCloud uses SRT to upload to the cloud-based hub of the streaming service, helping to ensure smooth playback, even if you're uploading from an unreliable network. From there, your feed can be distributed simultaneously to five platforms like YouTube, Facebook, or other RTMP livestreaming websites.