Palo Alto, CA, January 17, 2019 – Epiphan Video, a leader in professional audiovisual capture, recording, and streaming products, announces the first-ever Crestron Control Module for the Pearl family of all-in-one video production systems.
The Pearl family of video switching, streaming, and recording encoders offer a network secure, 802.1x compliant video capture solution that’s a great fit for corporations and institutions looking for better content security. This new Control Module makes it a lot easier for developers and system integrators to integrate Pearl encoders into Crestron systems.
“Crestron has developed a module for Pearl, which was recently made available in Crestron Labs.” says David Kirk, Vice President of Marketing at Epiphan. “It includes control of recording and streaming for multiple video channels and status of all audio and video inputs. Crestron developers and integrators can now download the module and easily customize it for their specific requirements.”
Integrating a Pearl encoder for secure, video content capture and delivery using a custom Crestron Control Module creates more opportunities to integrate Pearl encoders in a variety of video capture solutions – especially where a network secure, reliable, and robust video capture device is desired.
About Epiphan Video
Epiphan solutions are used in a wide range of applications such as professional audiovisual events, corporate communication, collaboration, distance learning, training, simulation, medical imaging, computing, industrial control rooms, security, and transportation applications. In short, Epiphan’s products are trusted anywhere capturing, processing, recording, sharing, and replaying multiple high resolution audio video sources is critical to effective communication.
Epiphan Video is a trade name of Epiphan Systems Inc., a privately owned company incorporated in 2003. Epiphan is based in Palo Alto, California, USA and Ottawa, Ontario, Canada with regional offices and a network of authorized channel partners and OEMs throughout the world.
For more information, please visit http://www.epiphan.com