Future proof diagram – SDI

HDMI video is supported with embedded audio for PTZOptics cameras. Audio can be embedded into the HDMI video using the 3.5 mm audio input using a line level audio source.The 3.5 mm audio input can be used with line level audio sources and embedded onto RTSP, RTMP, HDMI and USB video feeds. Audio adjustments can be made in the camera’s web interface.Serial control ports are available for RS-232 and RS-485 camera controls.Ethernet connectivity is available for camera control and configuration, as well as streaming. SDI and NDI camera models feature PoE (Power Over Ethernet) support.RTSP is a real time streaming protocol used to send video and audio over your network. RTSP video can be used with OBS, the SuperJoy or even the free PTZOptics apps.SDI is popular for professional installations because it features locking connectors and long cable distances. Also, USB to SDI converters can be used to bring the SDI video stream into a computer.RTMP(S) live streaming is available directly from any PTZOptics camera. At least two RTMPS streams can be sent to content delivery networks such as Facebook or YouTube. SRT is also available with all PTZOptics cameras for sending video over the public internet.