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PressIT for simple screen sharing

PressIT for simple screen sharing
PressIT

PressIT for simple screen sharing

PressIT can be used with Panasonic and other professional displays and projectors

Panasonic has launched a wireless presentation system called PressIT. This tool reportedly allows easy screen collaboration with a single press of a button on a transmitter. Users can also share up to four screens at a time, in full HD 1080/60p, without any software/driver installation (except for Android) or a network connection. The USB/HDMI transmitter sends video and audio signals from PCs, iOS/Android and other mobile devices. A choice of two receivers – either the compact set-top box or the Smart Display Module board – means that PressIT can be used with Panasonic and other professional displays and projectors.

Meanwhile, Panasonic’s EasyIP, a free-to-download tool to aid in setting up its PTZ cameras, has been completely designed with a new graphical user interface that includes all of its key features in one centralised location. The new GUI in EasyIP+ includes a new and improved camera list that is customisable to include key information on any PTZ camera or controllers on the network, including IP address, model number, firmware version and serial number. There is also an automatic IP set-up function that aims to streamline the process of setting up cameras on the network with their own IP addresses. AutoIP+ allows an operator to assign each camera with consecutive IP addresses following an order from the one shown at the top of the list. A list of successful cameras will be displayed, whilst those that fail will show a notification. Additionally, the solution includes an automatic firmware update feature that checks for updates and issues that automatically as soon as they are released. A batch update feature for those that have multiple cameras and controllers on a network has also been included.



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