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ADENA Hack: How to use the wide and zoomed in streams of the A-PC01 PanoCam simultaneously?

The A-PC01 PanoCam is a versatile wide-angle camera that can be used in all kinds of environments: courts, lecture halls, city halls, culinary schools, and auditoriums among others. It is particularly useful in these environments as it can produce two streams simultaneously, one for capturing the whole audience fully zoomed out, and the other for zooming in on a particular segment of the camera’s field of view.


Substream (4K) Main Stream (Full HD)

You can get both camera’s streams through the RTSP and RTMP protocols. For RTSP, the camera’s zoomed in view/main stream can be accessed via the link rtsp://ip address of the camera/ch1 whereas the camera’s zoomed out view/substream can be accessed via the link rtsp://ip address of the camera/ch2. To access the camera’s streams through RTMP, open the camera’s web page and write the server URL and key in the Media Config page.

You can use PanoCam with all sorts of recording, streaming, or conferencing equipment, but we particularly recommend using it with AREC Media Stations, as they can fully utilise the camera’s potential. Adding the camera to the station is easy. In the default configuration, you can add the main stream through ONVIF, finding it in the Network Device Manager. You can then add the substream by selecting “Signal Type” -> “IP Stream” and “Protocol” -> “RTSP”. Otherwise, simply add both streams via RTSP. To control the camera’s PTZ through the Media Station, make sure to select VISCA-over-IP as the control protocol. Simply type the IP address of the camera and you are ready to go.


With the A-PC01 PanoCam, no audience member is left behind. If you would like to see how it works live, or want to know more about any of our other products, contact us at www.a-dena.com and we will be happy to assist you.

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