"Plug and play" is the new normal for hybrid offices and classrooms. Everyone is rushing to find the best BYOM and BYOD solutions. Users want easy to use and easy to install devices to pair with their AV systems. Wireless conferencing and presentation systems, such as BARCO’s ClickShare Conference, offer a hassle-free means to provide a more enhanced meeting, collaboration and learning environments for participants.
INOGENI has developed ahead-of-the-curve, yet simple, solutions that easily connect with all the conferencing equipment in a room and control it—without any latency: multiple cameras as well as the conference system video and audio sources to the wireless ClickShare Conference system. Let’s look into them a little more closely.
Easy Control BYOM
SHARE2 & SHARE2U, a flexible hardware mixer for multi I/O capture, and CAM300, an advanced multiple camera selector, optimize your ClickShare Conference like never before. Both devices enable video with audio capture from up to three HDMI and USB camera sources. They feature an easy and intuitive mixer control with picture-in-picture and split functions. Less hardware complexity. No drivers and no setup for your ClickShare Conference!
Capture Uncompressed Video and Audio
4K2USB3, 4KXUSB3 and HD2USB3 Converters expand your ClickShare Conference versatility and require no drivers. They are the most reliable and convenient tools to capture uncompressed videos and audio from your HDMI equipment and send to your ClickShare Conference system.
SDI Converter for ClickShare
The SDI2USB3 Converter is the easiest and most reliable tool to capture uncompressed 3GSDI video with embedded audio to your ClickShare Conference system. No driver installation required! It features a 3GSDI input with active loop output and supports SD and HD video formats, up to 1080p60.
UCAM is now Compatible with ClickShare Conference
After 02.12 clickshare firmware update the INOGENI U-CAM is now compatible with ClickShare Conference! The USB3.0 camera to HDMI converter allows users to convert and connect your USB camera to an HDMI input - CODEC, matrix or display.