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Tigard, OR – Sensoray introduces its new Model’s 3364 a USB 3.0 device available in SDI or DVI versions. It captures uncompressed SD/HD video in resolutions up to 1080p60 and uses H.264 video compression for inputs up to 1080p30, both with very low latency. A USB 3.0 device, it is capable of capturing uncompressed video at full frame rates and simultaneously sending uncompressed (preview) and compressed streams to the host.

Both models are UVC devices (USB Video Class), and do not require a device-specific driver or an external power supply. They are controlled using a video API (DirectShow or Video4Linux). [Continue reading →]

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Model 2224 HD/SD audio/video H.264 encoder Tigard, OR – Sensoray announces the availability of its Model 2224 HD/SD audio/video H.264 encoder. The encoder’s single SDI input supports a wide range of video resolutions, including 1080p, 1080i, 720p and NTSC/PAL. The Model 2224, which features a USB 2.0 connection to its host CPU, offers excellent quality encoding in a convenient small form factor.

The Model 2224 encoder outputs H.264 High Profile Level 4 for HD and Main Profile Level 3 for SD, multiplexed in MPEG-TS (transport stream) format. The board's versatile overlay generators, integral HD/SD raw frame grabber, and live preview stream make it ideally suited for a wide range of video processing applications, including High Profile DVRs, NVRs and stream servers. [Continue reading →]

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Tigard, OR – Sensoray announces that its Model 2253P A/V Codec with GPS Receiver and Incremental Encoder Interfaces brings incredible performance in the compact design necessary for pipeline inspection, mining, robotics and more. In addition, all operating power is supplied by a single USB port, giving the device the necessary flexibility for these applications. The device can simultaneously encode, decode and preview A/V content and is housed in a rugged, compact exterior.

With the Sensoray Model 2253P device,multiple, independent video processors allow for two different video streams to be produced simultaneously from a single composite input. One of the streams can remain uncompressed so as to be useful for real time previewing, or both streams may be compressed. In addition, image transformations such as resolution, rotationand mirroring are independently configurable for each stream, as are compression type and bit rate.[Continue reading →]

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Tigard, OR – Sensoray announces the release of its new Model 3011 Miniature HD IP camera. It fits in a 2.25 x 2.00 x 1.20 inch enclosure (including the lens) and is capable of providing an H.264 compressed stream at standard HD resolution (1080p30), or multiple streams at lower resolutions. Model 3011 consumes less than 3 Watts using either POE option, or an external 5 V DC power supply. Configuration and control are performed using a web interface.

Model 3011 implements efficient H.264 video compression (HP@L3) and outputs compressed video as elementary, transport or RTSP streams. Alternatively the camera is capable of JPEG compression for resolutions up to the maximum (4192x3104). Two output streams with different resolutions and bitrates are available. [Continue reading →]

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Model 2263 | Audio/Video HD H.264 Encoder Tigard, OR – Sensoray announces an addition to their extensive line of high quality, broadcast grade, low-latency and real-time video solutions. Model 2263S is a versatile USB audio/video encoder supporting multiple analog and digital input formats. It captures HD or SD video and simultaneously sends a compressed and an uncompressed (preview) stream to the host. Supported video inputs include DVI, component (with a component to DVI-I adapter, not included) and composite. Audio is optionally captured from analog line input, compressed and multiplexed into transport stream. It is well-suited for uncompromising capture of multiple video sources, such as video pipeline inspection, radar and sonar processing, remote video surveillance and traffic monitoring.

Model 2263S is designed as a UVC (USB Video Class) device, which means it does not require a device-specific driver. It is controlled using a video API (DirectShow or Video4Linux). Sensoray provides Software Development Kits (SDK that speed up application development) for several operating systems. A fully functional demo application illustrates the capabilities and serves as a good starting point for Custom Development. [Continue reading →]

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Tigard, OR – Sensoray announces that its Model 2444 HD-SDI Video Switch is ideal for video editing and broadcast applications, as it can easily be used to select alternate video sources on the fly. The Model 2444’s versatile switching fabric can also be used as a video splitter, routing one input to two or more outputs.

The Model 2444 is a rugged and compact, 4x4 matrix (crosspoint) switcher that can simultaneously connect each of its four outputs to any of its four inputs. The unit can be controlled manually through its intuitive front panel console, or with a computer through its Ethernet or serial communications interfaces. A built-in web server allows the unit to be controlled from any web browser, and its integral telnet server enables it to be easily controlled by a remote, automated client over a network.[Continue reading →]

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Tigard, OR 2014 – Sensoray brings enhanced performance and flexibility with the Model 1012, 8-channel Mini PCI-Express frame grabber that can simultaneously capture 8 channels of NTSC/PAL video, plus optional 8 channels of mono audio. Each video channel captures at full frame rate 30 fps (for NTSC) or 25 fps (for PAL), which results in an aggregate frame rate of up to 240 fps (for NTSC) or 200 fps (for PAL). The board implements a single-lane (x1) Mini PCI-Express interface that enables it to be plugged into any standard Mini PCI-Express slot. All operating power is supplied from the Mini PCI-Express bus and no external power supply is needed.

All eight composite video inputs are connected through two 16-pin connectors. The video capture resolution can be chosen from D1, VGA, QVGA, CIF, 4CIF, SIF, 4SIF, etc. Captured frames could be in YUYV, YUV420, or RGB555/RGB565 formats.[Continue reading →]

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Tigard, OR – Sensoray brings enhanced performance and flexibility with the Model 1012, 8-channel Mini PCI-Express frame grabber that can simultaneously capture 8 channels of NTSC/PAL video, plus optional 8 channels of mono audio. Each video channel captures at full frame rate 30 fps (for NTSC) or 25 fps (for PAL), which results in an aggregate frame rate of up to 240 fps (for NTSC) or 200 fps (for PAL). The board implements a single-lane (x1) Mini PCI-Express interface that enables it to be plugged into any standard Mini PCI-Express slot. All operating power is supplied from the Mini PCI-Express bus and no external power supply is needed.

All eight composite video inputs are connected through two 16-pin connectors. The video capture resolution can be chosen from D1, VGA, QVGA, CIF, 4CIF, SIF, 4SIF, etc. Captured frames could be in YUYV, YUV420, or RGB555/RGB565 formats.[Continue reading →]

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Tigard, OR – February 4, 2014 – The newly released Model 2253P is a compact and robust USB-compatible audio/video codec that is powered from a single USB port. The unit is capable of simultaneously producing two different video streams from its single composite input and sending the streams out over USB. Video and audio are available as elementary streams or may be multiplexed in MP4 container format. The Model 2253P can also perform as a decoder, converting the compressed audio/video stream into standard analog video and audio signals, as well as offering closed-caption support for H.264 streams

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Tigard, OR – Sensoray brings enhanced performance and flexibility with the Model 1012, 8-channel Mini PCI-Express frame grabber that can simultaneously capture 8 channels of NTSC/PAL video, plus optional 8 channels of mono audio. Each video channel captures at full frame rate 30 fps (for NTSC) or 25 fps (for PAL), which results in an aggregate frame rate of up to 240 fps (for NTSC) or 200 fps (for PAL). The board implements a single-lane (x1) Mini PCI-Express interface that enables it to be plugged into any standard Mini PCI-Express slot. All operating power is supplied from the Mini PCI-Express bus and no external power supply is needed.

All eight composite video inputs are connected through two 16-pin connectors. The video capture resolution can be chosen from D1, VGA, QVGA, CIF, 4CIF, SIF, 4SIF, etc. Captured frames could be in YUYV, YUV420, or RGB555/RGB565 formats.[Continue reading →]

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Sensoray Model 2224 | Small Form Factor Sensoray Model 2224, is a USB H.264 video/audio encoder with full screen text/graphics overlay and one SDI input that supports a variety of video resolutions, including 1080p/1080i, 720p and 480i/576i. The board's versatile overlay generators, integral HD/SD frame grabber, and live preview stream make it ideally suited for a wide range of broadcast quality, high profile video processing applications, such as DVR, NVR and Streaming Server applications.

It has significant graphics enhancements which allow capture of an HDTV signal from an HD or SD-SDI source and formats it for display and image compression. Its high-speed hardware can generate on the fly, scale and display text/graphics from standard BMP files, which allows graphics to be easily and quickly placed and moved anywhere on the screen. The board can send an uncompressed, down-scaled video stream over USB to enable low-latency video previewing on the host computer with minimal CPU overhead. The uncompressed preview stream can flow over USB concurrently with the H.264 transport stream and a captured snapshot.[Continue reading →]

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Tigard, OR – Sensoray announces an addition to their extensive line of high quality, broadcast grade, low-latency and real-time video solutions. Model 2263S is a versatile USB audio/video encoder supporting multiple analog and digital input formats. It captures HD or SD video and simultaneously sends a compressed and an uncompressed (preview) stream to the host. Supported video inputs include DVI, component (with a component to DVI-I adapter, not included) and composite. Audio is optionally captured from analog line input, compressed and multiplexed into transport stream. It is well-suited for uncompromising capture of multiple video sources, such as video pipeline inspection, radar and sonar processing, remote video surveillance and traffic monitoring.

Model 2263S is designed as a UVC (USB Video Class) device, which means it does not require a device-specific driver. It is controlled using a video API (DirectShow or Video4Linux). Sensoray provides Software Development Kits (SDK that speed up application development) for several operating systems. A fully functional demo application illustrates the capabilities and serves as a good starting point for Custom Development. [Continue reading →]

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