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Epiphan Lecture Recorder
Lecture Recorder Live Demo
Lecture Recorder is able to capture, stream and record the VGA, DVI or HDMI (non encrypted) output of any device.
In this live demo1, the Lecture Recorder grabs an image from a computer's output, digitizes it, and stores it on its internal solid state storage as an AVI file without any loss in resolution.
Web browsers and media players can access the lectures in real time. Administrators may access the Lecture Recorder and view, rename, delete, and modify the recordings being made, or configure Lecture Recorder to automatically push recorded files to network storage.
Lecture Recorder Administration User Interface
User name to access the Lecture Recorder: admin. The password field is to be left blank.
Lecture Recorder Live Demo of Streaming
Click here to view live demo (http://184.108.40.206/)
Sample Lecture Recorder - Recorded File
The following sample Lecture Recorder recording is provided below, along with the stream settings used to create the recording
|Frame Rate||30 FPS||Download Sample Lecture Recorder Video Recording
|Resolution||1024 x 768|
|Key Frame Interval||15|
|Audio||raw PCM, 20050, Mono|
About this Lecture Recorder Demonstration System
1Note(s) about accessing Epiphan's Live Demonstration Systems:
- Given this is a live system, multiple users may be accessing the system at the same time. In order to demonstrate all the features of a live system, Epiphan has not disabled certain features where users may make changes that will affect others including the links to video streams on this page demonstrating the default demo configuration. In order to reduce the impact, Epiphan will restore the system to a known configuration on a regular basis.
- This products demonstration streams video to a specific HTTP port specified in the URL for the video stream. (e.g. for the URL http://office.epiphan.com:8680/, port 8680 is used to stream video ). This port number can be configured by the Epiphan product's administrator, however some users' firewalls may block the ports chosen by the demonstration system. For example a corporate firewall may block video streaming ports for their users unless they have specific permissions or rules configured by their security administrators. A workaround is to access the demonstration system from a home based internet service, or a public internet access point that allows the video streaming ports through to your computer.
If you have difficulty accessing the demo, please contact us.