Hello all - I was looking at the C90 data sheet, and had a question on this comment about the Application Features: "Collaborate on virtually anything with 5 simultaneous video inputs". Does this mean that if I have 4 cameras connected, will I see all 4 cameras simultaneously during a video conference, or will I have to choose from one camera at a time? The statement is kind of confusing, and just want to clarify on what is really possible.
If we have one C90 for one suite of rooms (total 4 rooms), 1 camera per room, and each suite/room was video conferencing with another location via that one C90. Is it possible with the C90's advanced video features to treat each individual room as a seperate location within the suite having their own video and audio from each other, so that it would seem like the 4 rooms within the suite were actually 4 seperate locations video conferenced into the main location. I know it can be done using seperate codecs, one for each room, and then video conference them all in that way, but was wondering if the C90 could do it in some way or another?
To be honest, your explanation is what confuses me more :-) Better make a drawaing
I totally agree.
Think of taking the multiple video/audio inputs and outputs and wiring 4 rooms into the codec. Then through a video conference connect to another codec where a presenter is, and allow those 4 rooms (sharing that single C90 codec) to independently conference with the presenter and each other while at the same time seeing all 4 rooms and the presenter on the screen. I think I managed to explain it a bit better. I know you can do some advanced video compositions and audio routes using the TC Console, but even with all of that, is is possible.
Or is the only true solution to have 4 independent codecs, one for each room, connected via an MCU. The MCU isn't an issue, since we own one, it's just how to go about these 4 rooms utilizing the easiest or best approach to making it work without a lot of extra money.
Thanks for all the tips etc. I finally found some more information on the internet demonstrating the video compositor part of the C90. It "could" work for what we'd like to do, however having 4 camera inputs coming accross a single video stream can easily get complicated when you add additional C90 systems with the same video layouts. So if you had two C90s connected, you'd have two video streams, 1 from each codec, with 4 camera inputs coming accross each stream for a total of 8 windows.
Audo routing to each room, and echo cancellation could be achived using a 3rd party audio processor. Which could also enable 1 room's microphones to be transmitted to another in the suite of rooms.
The more I think of it though, single codecs for every individual room, looks to be the best approach. Though the C90 video compositor theory is a good idea, just complicated.
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