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Web Streamer Encoder
Stream your machine vision cameras to the web
Use your own PC/Computer
• Compress multiple machine vision compliant cameras.
• Compatible with GigE Vision, 10 GigE, USB3.0, Camera Link
and CoaXPress cameras.
• H.264 and HEVC encoding for web playback.
Streaming details:
•Stream up to UHD resolution from more than one camera.
View using any RTSP/HLS viewer:
•View directly in your iOS or Android device browser.
•Multiple Cameras
•Use VLC player on Desktop.
•Accelerated H.264 and HEVC
compression using CPU or GPU:
-Intel QuickSync GPU
-nVidia, AMD GPU
•Unbuffered view using NorPix MulticastViewer or StreamPix.
•Resample image size or frame rate to reduce bandwidth and bit rate.
Web Streamer Encoder
Functionality
Directly compatible with GigE Vision, 10 GigE, Camera Link, USB3 and
CoaXPress cameras.
Video compression using H.264 or HEVC through wireless or wired connection.
Web based configuration coming soon.
Compatible with StreamPix for recording to disk in uncompressed format.
Store video from up to 12 cameras.
Use your own hardware. Compatible with any Intel core processor.
Record and Stream simultaneously using over 200 different machine vision cameras. Runs on native API’s from all major camera OEM’s.
Available as a StreamPix 7 Module or Independent Standalone Application.
Up to 12 GigE ports or 12 USB3 inputs.
NorPix Inc.
1751 Richardson, suite 6117
Montreal, Quebec
Canada, H3K 1G6
Website: www.norpix.com
Tech support: [email protected]
Admin: 514-846-0009, Ext. 23
Sales: 1-800-267-0699
or 514-846-0009, Ext: 22
Application Note:
Underwater High-speed Web Streaming and
multi-camera recording
NorPix has developed a system for a military client providing
underwater high-speed web streaming HD capture at 338 frames
per second from 18 cameras simultaneously along with live
streaming to a remote recording station.
The solution uses StreamPix Remote
to manage 18 Emergent HS-2000
cameras in waterproof enclosures.
The setup uses 5 PCs for uncompressed recording from up to 4
cameras each, 2 PCs for compressed
recording, and one PC for remote
control and real-time display. All
camera-to-host connections are by
30- to 150-meter fiber optic cables,
each on a 10GigE network.
Details of the system
include:
• Each of the front line computers records a total of 2.6 GB data/
second from four HD 1920×1080, 338 fps cameras in uncompressed RAW8 format.
• Every 24th frame is decimated to half resolution (960 x 540) and
real-time H.264 compressed so
that a live stream is delivered to 2
secondary remote recording
stations at about 50 megabits/
second. The H.264 compression is GPU accelerated.
• The remote PC controls recording and playback, as well as gain, exposure, and white balance for each camera. It also allows control of focus and iris.
• Dual large monitors provide a tiled display of all cameras plus a large display of a selected camera directly on the 2 secondary recording stations.
NorPix Inc.
1751 Richardson, suite 6117
Montreal, Quebec
Canada, H3K 1G6
Website: www.norpix.com
Tech support: [email protected]
Admin: 514-846-0009, Ext. 23
Sales: 1-800-267-0699
or 514-846-0009, Ext: 22
Customer application from Dage-MTI
HD-Stream: Viewing Live Streams at a Central Lab
Dear Colleagues,
We recently shared the exciting introduction of HD-Stream, our new live streaming solution
for cli nic al , medic al and indu st r ia l a p p lic at ions . In a n ef for t to p rov ide yo u w i t h
helpful tools, knowledge and information on the benefits of using HD-Stream, we
provide “news you can use” with application notes.
Imagine this scenario: A hospital has a central lab, as well as a number of remote satellite labs. The hospital can simply include an HD-Stream box at each of its satellite locations to stream live and secure images directly to the central lab for immediate
collaboration on their frozen sections, FNAs, gram stains, cytopathology samples and more.
Because each HD-Stream box has a unique IP address, a remote viewer (the central lab) can
see the incoming live streams from the satellite labs simultaneously. This is accomplished
by opening a separate VLC viewing window for each incoming stream. Multiple streams can
even be viewed simultaneously on a single monitor by resizing the viewing windows or by
sending each stream to its own monitor.
Live consultation has never been easier!
HD-Stream enables a central lab to view multiple streams from satellite
labs simultaneously on a single monitor or multiple monitors.
NorPix Inc.
1751 Richardson, suite 6117
Montreal, Quebec
Canada, H3K 1G6
Website: www.norpix.com
Tech support: [email protected]
Admin: 514-846-0009, Ext. 23
Sales: 1-800-267-0699
or 514-846-0009, Ext: 22
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