KLZ’s VideoLogger provides "Fire it and Forget It" simplicity.
The foundation of broadcast TV FCC programming compliance documentation is a versatile video logger, such as the KLZ VideoLogger.
Operating the KLZ VideoLogger is remarkably simple. One button starts logging, another to stops logging but requires a few simple confirmations to do so. A separate log is automatically kept of all video logging interruptions.
The VideoLogger contains a built-in video player. The player is comprised of two main “Tab” areas. The Video Player tab is used to play/review and navigate within a clip, as well as mark clip segments to be dubbed or extracted. The player is also used to play any video segments while dubbing.
The KLZ Video Logger player allows the user to view multiple clip sources at the same time. By opening a new player window and targeting a new video source, the user can watch a variety of video sources without closing the current viewing session. Display options include:
A Video Clip List displays a log of the hourly recorded video segments.
The Video Monitor program displays icons, which represent each of the sources being captured on the system.
A user defined Title window displays the source being logged. A Logging Status window displays the condition of the logging process including any error warnings.
A Duplication status window displays the process of transferring the captured video clips to a dedicated storage server.
A Current Frame Rate (Frames per second) window displays the amount of video frames being captured by the video encoder.
Left/Right Audio display shows what channels have audio.
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