We have C 60 with software version TC3. We connect 3 cameras. 1st 2 Camera connect on HDMI working fine, 3rd one connect on BNC how I select the source to Camera 3 ?
We have contect Server, is it any option on contect Server Fix the timing Start recoding and End Recoding ?
For the last question do you mean setup a fixed start time and end time?
I guess you can do this with TMS by scheduling the recording, or it might be possible to write a script to make the C60 API end the call after a certain amount of time.
But I am not sure if this is what you want?
Yasir, your answer is not clear to me, did it work or do you still struggle?
Its not one command its three different options you have. "Source 3" has 3 different options,
DVI, Composite or YC.
SO you should test any of the three commands:
xConfiguration Video Input Source 3 Connector: DVI
xConfiguration Video Input Source 3 Connector: Composite
xConfiguration Video Input Source 3 Connector: YC
DVI is unlikely as you said you use BNC, if its composite (pal/ntcs) it will be Composite if its S-Video (two bnc) it should by YC.
But, what kind of camera do you use? The BNC port of a PrecisionHD cam (SDI-HD) can not be connected to the
BNC ports of a C60 (Video-SD), so you have to have the right output signal (Composite/S-Video) on your camera.
If you use a PrecisionHD cam, you might be able to use a HDMI>DVI cable.
BNC is just a way to connect a cable, it does not say what is transmitted over it :-)
Btw, I would recomend to upgrade the software as TC3 is quite outdated.
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I brief you complete scenario .
We have c 60 with 3 (12x) 1080p Camera.
1st Camera . HDMI
2nd Camera HDMI
3rd Camera BNC
1st camera Connect with Codec C 60 and other 2 Control via daisy chain .
I change the video Input PC to 3rd camera but Camera not show the self view.
Hope you understand the scenario. Thanks
The BNC output of the 12x camera is a HD-SDI output. The C60 does not have a HD-SDI input, what C60 has is only the Y-C or the composite input. So you cannot connect the 12x camera HD-SDI(BNC) output to the C60, unless you can find some sort of HDSDI-video converter etc, but I do not think you would want to do that.
as mentioned earlier, the camera BNC is a HD-SDI output, you cannot connect this directly to the Y-C input.
you can connect the camera HDMI output to the DVI input as what Martin suggest above, but if that is the case, then you might also have an issue if you need to send a PC source.
Also, not sure why you are connecting your smart TV to the composite output of the codec, why not use the DVI output?