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New Firmware and FS-Remote Application for VITEC FS-H Portable Recorder

VITEC, a worldwide leader in advanced video solutions, today announced new firmware and FS-Remote tool for its Focus FS-H50, FS-H60, and FS-H70 portable H.264 video recorders.

Compatible with the latest firmware release, VITEC is introducing the FS-remote, a desktop application compatible with MAC and PC, for easier management, control and recording synchronization over multiple units. The application automatically detects any FS-H50/60/70 unit on a network and streams recorded content live, directly to the application. These live streams can be viewed simultaneously and recordings can be synchronized over multiple FS-H50/60/70 recorders.

Latest firmware also provides new connectivity option with the support of Ethernet LAN to its entire lineup. Additionally, FS-H60 now supports 1080p50/60 (HDMI or DVI) video capture making it the ideal partner for sports, education or medical applications. Users can download the latest firmware from the FS-H50/60/70 website.

“FS-H recorders are getting even easier to use with FS-Remote application and the new connectivity option,” said Mark D’Addio, VP of Business Development & Emerging Markets at VITEC. “In a very busy Wi-Fi or constrained environment, Ethernet LAN connectivity is a must for accessing the live preview, remote control the unit or downloading the recorded clips.”

In addition to our new features, the Focus FS-H series of camera mount recorders captures .MOV/.MP4 clips to SDHC cards and offer streaming capabilities. Clips can be easily edited or directly uploaded to network or video platforms for immediate sharing. Recorded content can be uploaded with a Wi-Fi or Ethernet LAN adapter, which enables users to preview live video input, access/upload recorded clips, operate the recorder, and change settings.

Highlights of the FS-H Portable Recorder Line:

  • SDI, HDMI or Composite input depending on model (FS-H70, FS-H60, FS-H50)
  • H.264 Recording up to 1080p onto standard SDHC Card
  • Record in MOV, MP4, and AVC HD for file compatibility with tablets, computers and NLEs
  • Ethernet LAN or VITEC Wi-Fi Adapter enables live video input preview using HLS or RTSP streaming. Compatible with computers and iOS mobile devices (iPad/iPhone) and remote control
  • HTTP API available for integration within customer application
  • Small, lightweight and powered by removable battery or DC

Pricing and Availability

Focus FS-H70 is available for a MSRP of €1195 / $1,495 including the Wi-Fi option.
Focus FS-H60 is available for a MSRP of €995 / $1,195 including the Wi-Fi option.
Focus FS-H50 is available for a MSRP of €595 / $795 including the Wi-Fi option.
The Focus FS-H line is available through the VITEC worldwide dealer network.

Visit VITEC at InfoComm, Booth N2154, to learn more about the FS-H Line of portable H.264 recorders

About VITEC

VITEC is a worldwide leading provider of innovative digital video products that support end-to-end media solutions for Broadcast, Military, Medical, Education, Enterprise, Telco, Government, Transportation, Sports and Entertainment customers. VITEC’s professional-grade video technologies have changed the landscape of how video is processed and delivered around the world and drive many of the major video services in key vertical markets. For more information, visit www.vitec.com.

All company and product names used herein may be trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective owners. © 2014 VITEC

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