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1 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 1 DCN CC Functional Camera Control in DCN

2 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 2 DCN CC Functional Camera Control in DCN  Introduction  Benefits & features  Product overview  System preparation

3 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 3 DCN CC Functional Camera Control in congress applications  When a chairman’s or delegate’s microphone is activated on the DCN equipment, the camera assigned to that position is activated.  When no microphones are active, an overview camera is automatically selected. The image can be displayed on hall displays or other monitors together with information about the current speaker if required (such as delegate identification).  The system operator has a monitor, which also displays information about which camera is active. This system provides an extra dimension to congress and conference proceedings.

4 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 4 DCN CC Functional Main User group  Delegates  Who has the floor

5 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 5 DCN CC Functional Main User group  Interpreters  Visual feedback

6 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 6 DCN CC Functional Main User group  Journalists  Press room  Video recordings can be used for television news reports.

7 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 7 DCN CC Functional Main User group  Non participating observers  Hotel room

8 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 8 DCN CC Functional Main User group  Non participating observers  Meeting rooms and offices

9 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 9 DCN CC Functional Main User group  Public  Reception, lobby or hall

10 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 10 DCN CC Functional Camera Control in DCN  Introduction  Benefits & features  Product overview  System preparation

11 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 11 DCN CC Functional Who’s has the floor ?  Image of the speaker enlarged on a screen in- and outside the room  Automatic camera control software

12 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 12 DCN CC Functional Who’s has the floor ?  Name of the person speaking will be displayed screen line will be added  Cost effective stand alone camera control specific software module, no PC required  No camera operator required automatic camera control and switching

13 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 13 DCN CC Functional Camera Control in DCN  Introduction  Benefits & features  Product overview  System preparation

14 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 14 DCN CC Functional Required system components  DCN system, PC control or stand-alone  Allegiant switcher  Video Switcher keyboard  Camera control software LBB 3588 or LBB 3562  Fixed and /or AutoDome cameras  Monitors for Operator  Display facility for audience.

15 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 15 DCN CC Functional DCN System  DCN system, PC controlled or stand-alone  Conference and /or discussion units  Flush mounted units  Software / Firmware version 8.00 or higher and V 9.00 in combination with Concentus Concentus

16 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 16 DCN CC Functional Allegiant Video Switcher  Up to 8 camera inputs  Up to 2 video outputs  Up to 2 keyboard connections  Control of Auto Dome cameras  Other types of switchers available.  LTC 8100

17 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 17 DCN CC Functional Allegiant Video Switcher  Different types of Allegiant video switchers are available.  NOTE: All Allegiant switchers shall have firmware 7.2x or higher.  A certain number of video displays can be connected to the Allegiant video switcher. The actual number set is defined in the DCN Camera Control software LBB 3562 or LBB  This option may save the need to use a video distribution amplifier. Use of more than one video output for the audience may have a negative influence on the system performance (response to events) for camera control.

18 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 18 DCN CC Functional Allegiant keyboard  Variable speed joystick control  Pan Tilt zoom control

19 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 19 DCN CC Functional DCN Start-Up LBB 3590

20 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 20 DCN CC Functional DCN Start-Up LBB 3590  DCN AUTOMATIC CAMERA CONTROL(LBB 3588)  For assigning cameras to seat numbers, and configuring the cameras to display active delegates on video hall monitors. Camera Control is also available in a stand-alone version (LBB 3562).  The DCN Automatic Camera Control software version which uses a DCN control PC uses two user-created files that contain important information about the installed hardware configurations and about dele-gates’ names. These files are:  Installation file - containing information about the seat numbers that have been assigned to all microphones and cameras connected to the DCN. These seat numbers are assigned using the System Installation software (LBB 3585). All information and settings defined in the DCN Automatic Camera Control software are also added to the installation file.  Names file - containing details about the names of and details of participating delegates, and which seat number they occupy. These names are assigned using the Delegate Database software (LBB 3580).

21 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 21 DCN CC Functional Software  Alligiant preparation and operation menus in different languages.  Stand aloneLBB 3562/00  PC controlledLBB 3588/00

22 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 22 DCN CC Functional Software  The Camera Installation main window is used to assign fixed cameras and camera positions (on preposition cameras) to DCN units.  There are two main types of camera recognized by the DCN Automatic  Camera Control software. Fixed cameras are positioned before the conference begins, and they remain in the same position during the conference.  Dome cameras can adjust their position automatically in response to conference activity. For example, a dome camera normally has several prepositions, determined during configuration, each covering a different delegate or group of delegates. The camera will automatically change position to cover the delegate who is speaking.  - There are two versions of DCN Automatic Camera Control software available: LBB 3588 is for DCN systems with a CCU and a control PC. The activation and installation of the cameras is integrated into the DCN PC control software. LBB 3562 is for DCN stand-alone systems without PC control.  - The main difference is that the stand-alone version operates without a control PC. A PC need only be connected for programming the CCU. The PC running the stand-alone software is disconnected from the CCU after the software has been used, but in a DCN system with control PC, the PC remains connected to the CCU.  NOTE: Both software versions can be used in single CCU or multi CCU systems. The maximum number of seats which can be linked to cameras or camera prepositions is 1500.

23 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 23 DCN CC Functional Fixed or overview camera  Digital color camera  Auto white balance + back-light comp.  Supplied without lens and power supply  LTC 0450 series  Vari-Focal Lenses  LTC 336x series

24 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 24 DCN CC Functional Fixed or overview camera  Different types of cameras and lenses can be used. This is an example.  Keep in mind that 2 important colour systems are used. They are called PAL and NTSC.

25 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 25 DCN CC Functional Auto Dome Camera  Integral color camera pan/tilt/zoom  High speed 360 degrees  99 pre positions  For bi-phase remote control  For Pal B and NTSC standards  Back boxes and Dome modules  LTC 0829

26 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 26 DCN CC Functional Monitor for Operator  High resolution Color Monitor  PAL / NTSC auto select version  44 cm /17 inch screen size  550 TV lines Horizontal resolution  LTC 2917/90

27 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 27 DCN CC Functional Monitor for Operator  LTC 2917/High-Resolution Colour Monitor  Ideal for DCN Automatic Camera Control application  High-quality images  The LTC 2917/90 is a versatile 17" colour monitor that offers a high quality option for conference camera applications. It can be used as operator display with the DCN  Automatic Camera Control software. The monitor conforms to NTSC, PAL and S- video standards.  Resolution 550 tv lines or more  Video input Video A: Composite video - BNC x 2, 1 V pp 75 W  Video B: Composite video - BNC x 2, 1 V pp 75 W  Video B: Y/C-separated - 1 line, mini-DIN 4-pin connector x 2  Power supply 120/230 Va.c. 50/60 Hz  Power Consumption 140 VA  Dimensions (H x W x D) 334 x 395 x mm (13 x 15.5 x 16.5 in)  Weight 17.2 kg (38 lb)

28 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 28 DCN CC Functional Video projector facility for audience  Light intensity  Remote control  Screendiameter approx. 3.5 meter

29 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 29 DCN CC Functional Camera Control in DCN  Introduction  Benefits & features  Product overview  System preparation

30 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 30 DCN CC Functional System Preparation  Step 1 : How to Capture an image?  Step 2 : How to configure a system?  Step 3 : What are the display possibilities?  Camera connection examples

31 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 31 DCN CC Functional System Preparation Design Step 1  How to capture an image? Use a fixed camera with a “Vari-focal” lens or an Auto Dome camera Capture an overview image Calculate the field of view using the Field View Calculator

32 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 32 DCN CC Functional Capture an overview image  Why No camera movement Image of the participants Surveillance  Solutions: Fixed camera When using 1 Dome camera only, use the last Pre-Position for Overview

33 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 33 DCN CC Functional Capture an overview image  When no microphones are activated or during camera movement from one position to the next (if enabled in the software) an “overview” picture is shown on the connected video displays (e. g. monitors, large screen TV’s, video projectors). This picture is provided by the “overview” camera (fixed (preferred) or orientable) which is always connected to video input No. 1. If an orientable camera is used (preferred type ‘AutoDome’ system) the highest available preposition is used.

34 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 34 DCN CC Functional Calculate the field of view  Measure the max. width “W” of the field of view  Measure the distance “D” between camera and the object to be viewed

35 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 35 DCN CC Functional Example of using the Field of View Calculator  Use a Fix camera with 1/3” CCD sensor type  The distance to the scene = 20 meters  The width of the scene = 14 meters

36 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 36 DCN CC Functional Example of using the Field of View Calculator  First step: Find Imager (CCD sensor) format (1/3”)

37 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 37 DCN CC Functional Example of using the Field of View Calculator  Second step Align image device mark (1/3”) with object distance (20 m) scale. lock the Field View Calculator to keep this setting fixed.

38 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 38 DCN CC Functional Example of using the Field of View Calculator  Third step Position the transparent slider on the horizontal width (H) of the object (14 m) and read the focal length (F) of the lens. In this case you need a lens of (6,5 mm)

39 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 39 DCN CC Functional System Preparation Design Steps 2  How to configure a camera control system? DCN stand alone (temporary PC needed) DCN with PC control using the camera control software using the camera control keyboard modes of camera control system

40 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 40 DCN CC Functional Configuring a stand alone system (Temporary installation PC needed !)

41 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 41 DCN CC Functional Configuring a stand alone system (Temporary installation PC needed !)  In stand-alone systems, a temporary PC connection to the CCU and Allegiant video switcher is needed during camera installation. (For multi CCU systems the connection should be made to the OS2/master CCU) The numbers assigned to the contribution units during DCN system initialization are coupled to camera positions. After configuration is complete, the PC is disconnected from the system, and a direct connection from the CCU to the Allegiant video switcher is made. Operational camera control by the CCU is enabled during installation.  To disable operational camera control, it is necessary to re- connect the installation PC and open the Camera Installation file.  For camera installation with stand- alone Camera Control software LBB 3562 a temporary PC connection is required.

42 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 42 DCN CC Functional Configuring a stand alone system (Temporary installation PC removed !)

43 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 43 DCN CC Functional Configuring a system with PC

44 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 44 DCN CC Functional Camera control Software

45 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 45 DCN CC Functional Camera control Software  It will first start in the preparation mode.  The connected monitor will show immediately the selected image

46 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 46 DCN CC Functional Camera control Software

47 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 47 DCN CC Functional Camera control Software  In DCN systems with PC control, the DCN Automatic Camera Control software takes the seat numbers from the current installation file. In DCN systems with a stand-alone CCU, the DCN Automatic Camera Control software uses ‘unit’ numbers instead of ‘seat’ numbers.  Each camera can have a descriptive ID (maximum 16 characters) entered in the ‘Camera ID:’ edit field. This, for example, could be used to give each camera a descriptive ID relating to the position of the camera in the confer-ence venue. This text appears on the operator monitor but not on audience monitors.  The Seat number, camera number, preposition number (if applicable ) and screen text is stored and displayed in the ‘Assignments:’ list.  Screenline usage: This option takes the screenline (text displayed on the audience monitor) as defined in the DCN Delegate Database software.  If ‘Double Seat Text’ is selected in the ‘Settings’ dialogue box, two lines of text can be entered. The text appears on both the operator monitor and audience monitors.  During the camera movement time the image of the overview camera will be shown instead of the image of the dome camera.

48 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 48 DCN CC Functional Camera control Software

49 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 49 DCN CC Functional Using keyboard

50 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 50 DCN CC Functional Camera with Override mode 1 microphone active  Camera override  The ‘Camera override’ option allows you to determine whether a newly- switched on microphone automatically activates the camera covering its position, or whether the camera is only activated when the current micro- phone is switched off.  Camera movement time  To hide camera movement (as a preposition camera moves from one position to the next), the overview camera can be activated and displayed during the movement. This option enables the period for which the camera movement is hidden.  NOTE: This function can only be activated if the overview camera is a fixed camera.

51 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 51 DCN CC Functional Camera with Override mode 1 Mic active

52 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 52 DCN CC Functional Camera with Override mode 1 Mic active

53 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 53 DCN CC Functional Camera with Override mode 1 Mic active

54 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 54 DCN CC Functional Camera with Override mode 1 Mic active

55 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 55 DCN CC Functional Camera without Override and 2 Mics active

56 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 56 DCN CC Functional Camera without Override and 2 Mics active

57 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 57 DCN CC Functional Camera without Override and 2 Mics active

58 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 58 DCN CC Functional Camera without Override and 2 Mics active

59 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 59 DCN CC Functional Camera without Override and 2 Mics active

60 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 60 DCN CC Functional Camera without Override and 2 Mics active

61 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 61 DCN CC Functional Camera movement time

62 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 62 DCN CC Functional Overview Camera during movement time Time delay Viewed on screen during movement of Dome Camera

63 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 63 DCN CC Functional Overview Camera during movement time  Camera movement time  To hide camera movement (as a preposition camera moves from one position to the next), the overview camera can be activated and displayed during the movement. This option enables the period for which the camera movement is hidden.  NOTE: This function can only be activated if the overview camera is a fixed camera.

64 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 64 DCN CC Functional Camera movement time

65 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 65 DCN CC Functional Maximum number of pre positions  Maximum number of pre positions is equal to number of addresses in DCN  Example: 240 addresses is up to 240 pre positions instead of 297 (3x99) Max. 240 addresses

66 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 66 DCN CC Functional System Preparation Design Step 3  What are the display possibilities? operator and audience monitor planning a projector or Vidiwall

67 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 67 DCN CC Functional Texts on monitors without PC Controlled system  One Text line = 16 characters  Two Text lines= 2 x 16 characters Mr. Hupp Pelepup India

68 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 68 DCN CC Functional Operator and Audience monitor Audience Mr. Hupp Pelepup India Operator Mr. Hupp Pelepup Camera 2

69 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 69 DCN CC Functional Texts on monitors PC controlled  Screen line from delegate database  Up to two linesPelepupIndia

70 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 70 DCN CC Functional Planning a video projector  Screen diameter approximately 3.5 meter  attendees

71 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 71 DCN CC Functional Example 1 Using the Auto Dome camera and overview camera Delegate/chairman Interpreters booth Dome camera Fixed Camera

72 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 72 DCN CC Functional DCN - Allegiant Connection Example 1

73 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 73 DCN CC Functional Example 2 Using the Auto Dome camera Delegate/chairman Interpreters booth Dome camera

74 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 74 DCN CC Functional DCN - Allegiant Connection Example 2

75 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 75 DCN CC Functional Example 3 Using fixed cameras only Delegate/chairman Interpreters booth Camera

76 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 76 DCN CC Functional DCN - Allegiant Connection Example 3

77 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 77 DCN CC Functional Video Conference System ISDN Audio In Video in Video out Audio Out

78 Security Systems BU Communication Systems ST/SEU-CO 78 DCN CC Functional Video Conference System Brussels Athens ISDN Audio Audio Video Video


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