[AG-TECH] Wide-angle camera
Osland, CD (Chris)
C.D.Osland at rl.ac.uk
Wed Jun 12 05:18:34 CDT 2002
Auto mixers like the Audio-Technica MX series have a useful
tally signal out which says which mic(s) is/are selected. In
default mode only one is selected. We use them extensively for
standard video conferencing without echo cancellation problems.
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From: Bob Olson [mailto:olson at mcs.anl.gov]
Sent: 12 June 2002 01:53
To: Markus Buchhorn
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Subject: RE: [AG-TECH] Wide-angle camera
> One of the things I want to look at is using an autogating microphone
system, and use it to steer the camera(s) to the main audio source. This is
similar to the PictureTel/Polycom Virtuoso audio system. If done right it
can be very effective. There's some alternatives we're looking at as well.
The OpenMash folk did something like this too, but I think it looked at
relative microphone levels in a multi-mic system.
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