The Version 3.0 update for the BRC-X400, SRG-X400, and SRG-X120 cameras, will support the SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) protocol, bringing high-quality video transmission with low latency. The SRT Alliance, which Sony joined in January 2021, offers an open-source protocol that combines encryption, packet loss recovery, and jitter prevention technologies to preserve video stream quality and integrity. SRT harnesses the latest developments in real-time IP communications, enhancing conventional network error recovery methods to deliver stable, low-latency media streams. Sony also launched its new “Virtual Webcam Driver for Remote Camera.” The application turns remote cameras into web conference and lecture tools that achieve professional-quality The application is compatible with the Window and Mac operating systems. It can be installed on any PC and paired with Sony’s BRC-X400, SRG-X400, SRG-XP1 and SRGXB25 cameras as well as the REA-C1000 edge analytics appliance. Up to five cameras can be connected to one PC.
The New Name in Shading: Legrand BCS Rebrands QMotion as Legrand Shading Systems
New Brand Launches Alongside the Release of Designer Series Decorative Brackets and Hembar Endcaps in a Wide Range of Finishes CARLSBAD, Calif. — Jan. 13, 2022 — Legrand’s Building...
Helixeon Entrusts VIVOTEK Security Solutions for James River Church Campus Surveillance
Case Study January 13, 2022 Background On the campuses of educational facilities and houses of worship, extensive security measures have unfortunately become a necessity. As such, James...
BenQ Introduces LK936ST 4K Laser Projector, a Game Changer for Golf Simulation
Under $6K, Golf Simulator Projector Is Easy to Install and Maintenance-Free With Phenomenal Color Accuracy That Recreates Every Nuance of the Golf Course