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Galicaster TOTEM is semi-mobile all-in-one recording unit ideal for a room with multiple uses, temporal installations or facilities with mobile elements.
Galicaster TOTEM is build with a standard 14U rack and a tactile widescreen installed on a pole to be viewed or controlled from an standing position. The rack leaves space not only for the computer but also for auxiliary hardware such us audio mixer and processor, Video scalers and splitters, wireless stations for peripherals ... Thus converting a Galicaseter TOTEM on a mobile mini-studio, all in one element.
Galicaster TOTEM is typically used in scenarios such us:
Teltek's is the developer of Galicaster and also a contributor to the Opencast Matterhorn platform. We work as responsibles or advisors to several deployments of Galicaster + Opencast Matterhorn around the world and we handle dozens of hours of recordings every week.
Galicaster units answer the needs for a constant development and integration within the system administration of your institution or company allowing the use of typical monitoring tools. Our units are assembled as clonics computers with mainstream heavy duty computer components which pass additional testing and resist the day-to-day work of production systems.
In addition, Teltek provides advise and support not only for your unit but also for the adaptation and enhacement of facilities to a renewed multistream environment, the set up of a Opencast Matterhorn cluster and the publishing of media through channels such as Youtube, iTunes-U, media portals, Moodle, Pumukit, Paella Player and others.
Teltek's units are configured to activate a secure network channel to provide immediate remote support.
Galicaster units can capture multiple video formats and combine different audivisual sources, even several combinations on the same unit. For simplicity we include the usual camera+slides capture combinations, including:
* When refering to DVI slides capturing, the unit is capable of recording VGA formats (video and non-pure video formats) from VGA, DVI and HDMI sources (even SD sources such as composite, components and Svideo). Analogic inputs are digitalized and interlacing removed , if present.
Contact Teltek for more details on resolution and format specifications as well as hardware compatibility.
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