Lumens Introduces VS-LC101 CaptureVision

Lumens Integration will introduce the VS-LC101 CaptureVision lecture capture station at NAB 2015. The solution can capture up to four different signals while synchronously recording, broadcasting and streaming up to 1080p.

Lumens Integration has announced it will introduce the VS-LC101 CaptureVision lecture capture station, which offers diverse features and functionality within a single box. The VS-LC101 can capture up to four different signals while synchronously recording, broadcasting and streaming up to 1080p. The VS-LC101 is compact and is easy to install and operate.

The VS-LC101 CaptureVision Station is compatible with HDMI, VGA and RJ45. The VS-LC101 can capture and record diverse inputs synchronously. Inputs may include HD cameras, PowerPoint presentations from laptops, digital microscopes and an DVD player.

Lumens’ proprietary Signal Separation Technology allows the flexibility of a single or dual source front stage (live lecture) display while simultaneously performing multi-source and multi-screen recording.

The VS-LC101 CaptureVision Station comes with a graphical user interface and a remote control for easy operation. The user-friendly interface enables split-screen, captured recorded images and producing a live stream output. 

Lumens Integration is exhibiting in NAB booth SU10824.

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