New PTZ software available for Sony EVI-D70

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Re: New PTZ software available for Sony EVI-D70

Postby kfred » Mon May 01, 2017 4:22 pm

Each camera is RJ45 connected, and breaks out into RCA video + USB connection at the satellite cabinet. I am plugging the 3 USB connections into my computer. The only one that works is the one that gets assigned COM6. Each of them work individually if I just plug the one in, as it gets assigned COM6.

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Re: New PTZ software available for Sony EVI-D70

Postby russellhltn » Mon May 01, 2017 4:34 pm

I think the normal way to connect the control cable is to daisy-chain the RS-232/422 so they all work off of one USB converter. I haven't heard of the software being used with multiple ports.
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Re: New PTZ software available for Sony EVI-D70

Postby whvermason » Tue Oct 24, 2017 10:30 am

This camera control app is great and easy to use. I'm wondering if it is still being developed or is a dead product as this point. The only thing I'd like to see modified is the camera off/on toggle having a confirmation prompt before turning off the camera. During our last web broadcast the camera was accidentally turned off by an errant mouse click. If there was a confirmation prompt "Are you sure you want to turn off the camera?" this mistake would have been prevented.

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Re: New PTZ software available for Sony EVI-D70

Postby jsnarey » Tue Mar 13, 2018 3:09 pm

I really like this software as well thank you very much. I would like to know if there is a way to slow down the preset speed. We have received complaints of it being too fast and people getting dizzy. Anyway, thanks again.


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