In pre-sales, we get this question almost daily from prospective customers: Can Epiphan grabbers really capture HDMI audio through a DVI port? The answer is yes! And no, it is not magic or proprietary.
Many educators are experimenting with the idea of a flipped classroom model. What does this mean, how has the concept evolved, how do AV solutions play a role and where is this idea headed?
Have you ever wanted to record and play back written lecture content or a “Whiteboard” session? Or maybe control and annotate a presentation on the fly? Or even collaborate with others to help create valuable, engaging presentation content? Well, we’ve got some good news!
At Epiphan Video we make it a priority to stay on top of the latest technological advances, and the release of Windows 10 is no exception.
In the past few months, our development and QA teams have been hard at work ensuring all of our products, devices and software are fully compatible with Microsoft’s latest OS – and we’re happy to report that everything will be on track for the release of Windows 10 (a staggered release beginning on July 29, 2015)
Even though the curtains of Infocomm 2015 have come to a close, there is still a lingering buzz in the office air as we reflect on our incredible experience at the popular AV tradeshow in Orlando, Florida. This has undoubtedly been one of our most successful tradeshow appearances yet, with well over 1,000 visitors in the three days of the event!
June is shaping up to be an exciting time to work at Epiphan.
Not only have we recently announced our new trade name, Epiphan Video, and released a new UVC-based video grabber (AV.io HD), we’re also releasing a major update, firmware 3.15.1 for Pearl. With this firmware, Pearl is now a live video switcher.
At Epiphan Video, we build some of the world’s most reliable audio visual communication solutions for education, healthcare, live event production, manufacturing, security and transportation. We provide efficient and effective solutions to capture, scale, encode, stream, broadcast, record, replay and display high resolution video.