Norpix StreamPix 7 Video Recording Software
Among the unique features of StreamPix 7 are:
- Works with 100+ different camera families with all common interface types from major manufacturers
- Records with single or multiple cameras on a single or across multiple PC’s.
- Records high-speed video directly to disk, compress with GPU acceleration, streams video to internet
- Microsecond accurate time stamp and GPS position on each image
- Supports audio and analog data input, synchronization and triggering modes, multi-monitor option
- Auto file naming, multiple image formats, auto export, timed and time-lapse, scripting
- ...and much more
StreamPix7 by NorPix is the latest revision of the world's leading video recording software. Resulting from more than 10 years of interaction with a vast group of customers across a wide field of applications, StreamPix has become the ultimate Digital Video Camera Recording software. It offers a state of the art user interface and an enormous amount of usage flexibility for single or multiple camera recording.
With StreamPix, you can view, control and acquire from multiple cameras simultaneously, all in the same user interface. StreamPix provides a complete management console for cameras, simplifying the setup, control and acquisition from any number and any type of camera, both locally and remote connected. The number of digital video cameras supported is only limited by the capabilities of the computer.
StreamPix supports more than 100 cameras and frame grabbers with all common interfaces from the leading manufacturers. Multiple cameras can be connected in any combination and can be combined with sound recording and external devices like DAQ devices, GPS and time code receivers.
New features, updates and fixes are constantly added as response to customer feedback and requests.
StreamPix 7 takes full advantage of multi-core processing and GPU acceleration to provide real-time image compression and direct recording from high-speed cameras to disk.
- Motion analysis
- Factory floor troubleshooting
- Web inspection
- Time-lapse recording
- Scientific video acquisition
- Special effects recording
- Screen capture
- StreamPix Lite: Video recording with all supported cameras, playback, export to disk, auto file naming, hardware trigger NEW!
- StreamPix Single Camera: Loop recording, Recording scripts, External trigger I/O, Included and optional plug-in modules, Optional support for GPS, multi-monitor, audio, analog data.
- StreamPix Multi camera: Support for multiple cameras and frame grabbers
- Compatible with GigE, Firewire, USB, Cameralink, Coaxpress, HD-SDI and analogue cameras in any mix
- Compatible with 32 and 64 bit Windows 7 to 10
- Records multiple video streams directly to PC RAM or hard disk
- Records video in uncompressed or Nvidea-accelerated compressed format
- Saves video sequences in a variety of formats (AVI, MPEG, DivX, XVID, TIFF,..)
- Extensive trigger and synchronisation features
- Precise time stamping of every image
- Includes colour balance, histogram, and other real time image processing functions
- Works with laptop, portable and desktop computers
StreamPix supports viewing and recording from multiple cameras on a single computer simultaneously. Any mix of cameras, video formats and interfaces is supported and each camera can be set up independently, with or without audio.
The number of cameras and maximum frame rate supported by a single computer is limited by the transfer speed of the camera interfaces, computer bus speed, disk transfer rate and CPU power. With the optional StreamPix Remote, multiple computers can be controlled from a single PC for increased video recording capacity.
Each video image from each camera is time stamped when it is received by the system. StreamPix can play back in time mode, ensuring synchronous playback from multiple cameras even when the cameras run at different frame rates. Precise synchronization of multiple cameras can be done by hardware synchronization, e.g. genlock for analogue cameras or master/slave mode for digital cameras.
Each image is time stamped by the PC clock with microsecond resolution. IRIG A/B and GPS time receivers are supported for applications where highly accurate time information is required.
The StreamPix recording manager allows you to create customized recording scripts for processes such as time-lapsed, pre/post, I/O signal controlled or non-linear recordings. Each script can be made of one or more steps per camera, and each step can consist of any number of commands and/or substeps. Typical commands will include grab frame, skip frame, loop recording, call sub-step, restart immediately, restart every x frames and restart at specified interval. Other features include stop condition(s), Do X times, Until X frames, For Time X, until IO.
StreamPix records video to the native Sequence format in raw or compressed format or directly to AVI files using any Windows compatible codec installed on the computer such as MPEG1, MPEG2, DIVX, XVID, etc. The real-time compression is using NVIDEA GPU hardware, giving an immense increase in video bandwidth without loading the system CPU.
The optional Motion Detection Module analyses the incoming image stream in real time to detect changes in the image above a selected threshold. The detection can be used to start or stop recording or to issue a hardware signal from an I/O device to trigger external devices.
StreamPix supports Bayer-coded colour cameras and can perform colour correction and white balance during recording or during AVI export. StreamPix supports the IRIDAS .look files created by the IRIDAS Speedgrade Onset professional post-production suite for accurate colour grading of Bayer-coded videos.
StreamPix supports dual-display graphics cards and configurations with multiple graphics cards. Each monitor can be set up eg. as full-screen monitor for a single camera. The display routines uses hardware-accelerated DirectX routines to minimise CPU load.
The pre-post module records the videos into ring buffers, constantly overwriting the oldest part. When a trigger is received, StreamPix freezes the video buffer, so that the video before and up to the arrival of the trigger is saved. This feature is particularly useful for capturing rare events occurring at unpredictable time intervals. The recording parameters can be set independently for each camera.
The I/O module supports digital I/O through USB or PCI I/O devices for monitoring of digital status signals, for starting and stopping video recording by TTL signals and for generating a pulse stream for synchronization of camera frame rate.
For a full list of all StreamPix features supported cameras and frame grabbers, see the Norpix product pages:
StreamPix 7 product pages
Supported camera drivers
Supported frame grabbers
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