Intro to ACPR

Q-SYS QuickStarts : Automatic Camera Preset Recall (ACPR)

1 ) Control QuickStarts

1h 19m 50s

2 ) Automatic Camera Preset Recall (ACPR)

10m 0s

3 ) Video Freeze for NV Endpoints

1m 41s

4 ) Camera Streams to NV Series devices

2m 47s

5 ) Q-SYS Security – Introduction and Best Practices

13m 35s

6 ) Integrating Microsoft Teams Room

8m 54s

7 ) Integrating Axon C1

14m 34s

8 ) Bring Your Own Control with Q-SYS

4m 32s

9 ) Feature License Activation

4m 12s

10 ) Q-SYS Video 101 Training

0m 0s

11 ) Block Controller

19m 9s

12 ) Online Connectivity & Security Considerations

12m 37s

15 ) Dynamic Pairing

6m 38s

16 ) Core-to-Core Streaming

8m 23s

17 ) Room Combining

12m 23s

18 ) Notch Feedback Controller

4m 0s

20 ) Intro to Control Scripting

12m 30s

22 ) E-Mailer

6m 30s

Lesson Description

Intro to ACPR 2m 11s

An introduction to Automatic Camera Preset Recall (ACPR)

Transcript

Intro to ACPR 2m 11s
00:06
There’s nothing more frustrating than sitting on a video call as a remote participant
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where all you can see is a big room and tiny faces
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– or worse,
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you’re left looking at an empty whiteboard while the action is back at the table.
00:20
In many cases, systems are only as good as those driving them,
00:24
but what if you don’t need a driver?
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The Q-SYS Automatic Camera Preset Recall plugin  
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automatically highlights the active talker in a meeting room.
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No user intervention is required – thankfully.
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This automation gives your remote users a seamless experience without requiring anyone
00:43
from in the room to be “in charge” of the camera view,
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allowing them to fully participate
00:49
(or not … JERRY!).
00:54
Let’s take a look.
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When a participant speaks,
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the microphone detects their position and relays the necessary data to the Q-SYS Core
01:03
which in turn triggers any number of the cameras location presets.
01:07
If a second person begins to speak, the microphone identifies the location,
01:12
and the Core processor instructs the camera to move to the appropriate location,
01:16
but it doesn’t switch to the new camera until it’s completed the movement,
01:21
so your far-end participants never need to suffer through watching unnecessary camera movement.
01:26
If a single speaker cannot be identified like if  
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the room is silent or if a far-end participant is an active talker,
01:35
the plugin can be configured to show a wide shot to incorporate all participants
01:39
within the room instead of remaining on a close-up of someone who is no longer speaking.
01:44
And if someone gets up from their seat and moves to the front of the room,
01:48
whether to give a presentation or to stretch their legs,
01:52
once they begin to speak,
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the rear camera quickly moves in to capture them,
01:57
and then Q-SYS switches from the wide shot to the new camera view.
02:00
The best part is that this plugin is available today for free from Q-SYS Asset Manager
02:03
inside Q-SYS Designer Software.
02:05
Thanks for watching,
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and we’ll see you next time.