KD-CAM joins KD-CAMUSB to offer superior video control options
MOUNT VERNON, NY – October 16, 2020 – Key Digital, the leaders in digital video and control systems, introduces the new KD-CAM available November 2020. KD-CAM is a free advanced USB camera control software specifically engineered for use with KD-CAMUSB, Key Digital’s professional USB camera, when in use with video conferencing software on the computer and is also ideal in KDMMS applications.
When KD-CAMUSB is in use with video conferencing or broadcast software, camera operators are now able to open the KD-CAM software to access the same control options available via the KD-CAMUSB remote, RS-232 control, or the KD-App with the addition of advanced controls options. Broadcasters benefit from the built-in USB control by reducing the necessity and hassle of additional wires. Operators can simultaneously control the camera via the KD-CAM software and KD-CAMUSB, RS-232 control, or KD-App control. KD-CAM features automatic deference to a newly opened software using the connected KD-CAMUSB.
In conjunction with Key Digital’s KDMMS, KD-CAMUSB utilizes KD-RMPC (Remote Management PC) to provide high definition video of hospitalized patients for safe monitoring. With the addition of KD-CAM control, the nurse at the monitoring station is now able to have a full screen view of the patient, furthering their ability to provide care from a safe distance.
Control options with the KD-CAM software include: up to nine camera presets plus customizable home and privacy presets, pan, tilt, zoom, resolution adjustment, left/right reverse, picture flip, and pan speed and the advanced properties controls include: brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, gamma, white balance, backlight compensation, gain, exposure, low light compensation, and anti-flicker adjustments. The software itself can be customized on screen for use with multiple windows and the on-screen control features may be minimized or expanded as needed.
KD-CAM will be available for free download from the Key Digital website in November 2020.