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GaryMiyakawa
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Re: Video Conference Recording - HDX 8000

I've used this EXACT device and it works great!!   I did 720p30 recordings.   I put it in-line with the monitor and treated it just like a large projector. 

 

You will need a PC for it to record to (using USB 2.0) but other than that, it worked well..

 

(BTW, I tested and used it on both an 8006 AND 9004).

 

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dz
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Re: Video Conference Recording - HDX 8000

I got this device and gave it input from monitor 2 output port of the HDX but I can get the far site to be displayed either on monitor 1 or monitor 2. Is it true that we can get far site only on one of the monitors at one particular time??

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GaryMiyakawa
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Re: Video Conference Recording - HDX 8000

That is correct though, in single monitor mode, you will get content in the larger area and far end video in a pip (that is what I did)...

 

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Yes! Video Conference Recording - HDX 8000

DZ and Friends - I am also attracted to the Hauppauge1212, as there is SO little available in s-video recorders.

 

Tell me, please, how did this work out for you?  I prefer to transfer to an Apple, but the Polcom HDX 8000 seems very PC-based.  What has been your experience? 

 

I'd like to capture the video, transfer the recording to the Apple, where it'll be edited in FinalCutPro.

 

Here's a bizarre question - can the Polycom be used with Skype? 

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Re: Yes! Video Conference Recording - HDX 8000


LifeLoveHealth wrote:

DZ and Friends - I am also attracted to the Hauppauge1212, as there is SO little available in s-video recorders.

 

Tell me, please, how did this work out for you?  I prefer to transfer to an Apple, but the Polcom HDX 8000 seems very PC-based.  What has been your experience? 

 

I'd like to capture the video, transfer the recording to the Apple, where it'll be edited in FinalCutPro.

 

Here's a bizarre question - can the Polycom be used with Skype? 


Hello,

 

our devices offer functionality for both PC and Mac and the Video Out utilizes an industry standard S-VHS Port.

 

If you want to record this signal with your Mac device I can only advice to check for Mac Compatible Video Cards.

 

Skype utilizes a propitiatory protocol which is not compatible with our Polycom open standard.

 

Best Regards

 

Steffen Baier

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Re: Yes! Video Conference Recording - HDX 8000

Re: Skype.  It's not a bizare question.  People have been asking us for years as there are millions of Skype users & millions of H.323 (IPVC) devices out there.

Initially the answer was "no mate, get a proper VC device".  More recently Skype,Google Plus (Vidyo) & MS Lync have entered the fray& non-H.323 VC has become very important.

There may be others but "Blue Jeans" provides a bridging serviuce to tie all these protocols together.  We've bundlled that with Deutche Telecom to add ISDN & PSTN VC/Voice to the mix too.

So you could have a VC meeting with an HDX4000, Skype, Lync, Google+, H.320 (ISDN) Viewstation with a bloke on a Mobile phone.

Pretty cool.

 

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Re: Video Conference Recording - HDX 8000

Gary, Im trying to connect the Hauppauge HD PVR Recorder, the one that was suggested on this post, to a Polycom HD7000. I conect the component cables from the Polycom unit to the HD PVR unit and from the HD PVR unit to the TV but I get no audio.... can anyone help me out??? Is there a special instruction to get the Audio working. Thanks.