Functions of QDVS-1000
In live display, QDCAM images can be displayed with a specified time delay. During playback, it is possible to display slow playback, frame advance, jump, etc. with simple key operations, and you can also record to NAS or USB storage in ProRes422 or H.264.
- Up to 25 seconds
- LIVE display
- Specify In point Out point
- File output
You can select LIVE display (display the current image as it is) or delay display function (always display the image delayed by a certain number of seconds) by setting.
Record/live video mode records up to 25 seconds of video in memory.
Records uncompressed 240P video from QDCAM in the internal memory.
The video being recorded in memory can be displayed live or delayed by a set time.
In playback mode, the video recorded in memory is played back by key operation.
240P uncompressed video can be played back in slow motion at 1/4x speed.
1x, 1/2x playback speed. It can be freely set to 1/4 times, 1/8 times, and 1.16 times.
By inputting the video of the QDCAM box camera to QDVS, you can play slow motion on the spot. Using slow-motion playback, it is possible to check the player’s performance and give appropriate advice from the coach.
Frame-by-frame forward/backward support
It is possible to pause, frame-by-frame forwarding and frame-rewinding by key operation, and the acceleration function allows you to quickly find the screen you need.
Repeated playback is possible by specifying IN and OUT points.
During playback, you can pause, frame-by-frame, frame-by-frame reverse.
Since there is a frame advance acceleration function, you can quickly display the desired place.
Operation can be set by setting.
Starts slow playback when recording stops.
Repeat slow playback.
When slow playback ends, recording mode is automatically activated.
File output function
Images recorded in memory can be output to files in ProRes422 or H.264.
You can use the USB storage connected to the main unit or NAS as the file output destination.
You can specify the range to be written to the file using IN and OUT points.