PTZOptics PTZJoy IP Pro - IP Port PTZ Camera Controller for Live Production
The Rocosoft Pro IP control software for Live Production uses IP control, making this software extremely useful for broadcasting scenarios. It features a small interface, giving you the ability to continue broadcasting your video precisely how you want without corrupting progress.
When calling presets it can become cumbersome to have to remember all of your presets, especially if you have a lot. You can set up to 255 internal camera presets, making your options practically limitless. The first 9 presets have the option to have a custom graphic to keep everything running smoothly. These graphics can be any .jpg type image, but we suggest using the Snip button that will take a snapshot from the camera and crop it to size for the Preset Visualet.
When using this software you can connect up to 6 cameras. Just like the Preset Visualets, there are Camera Visualets that give you the option to name and change graphics for the cameras connected. The Visualets are one of the most important features in the software because they save users time and makes for a more user friendly environment.
From here users can change exposure settings, change software settings, change to slow or soft mode, take snapshots, toggle to X Joystick (pan only), and toggle the VisualPad. You can very easily swap between interfaces using the Tools button. The software features Touch screen device support, giving you the option to use a touch screen monitor and flawlessly control the camera(s).
As you can see, the Preset Visualizer is a highly effective way to precisely swap to the correct preset. Simply double click the box or custom graphic and you�ll quickly jump to that position. You have the ability to swap out the numbered boxes for actual user photos or specific objects of interest. When using the Preset Visualizer, you don�t have to memorize each preset. This saves time and makes for a more user friendly environment. When swapping cameras the Preset Visualizer will update to the new Visualizer if you have one set.
The WebRemote gives you the ability to control your camera(s) from anywhere in the world. Simply turn on the WebRemote feature, and make an external IP address within the range of your network. After both of these steps are accomplished you go to that external IP address and begin pan, tilt, and zooming the camera(s). You can control the camera(s) using any browser such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, etc. You can also send control from iPhones or iPads, Windows phone and tablets, Google phone and tablets, or Android phone and tablets.