Provides overview of multiple Monarch LCS lecture capture appliances

MONTREAL—Matrox is now providing a single location to access multiple uses of its Monarch LCS lecture capture appliance with the development of the Monarch LCS Radar monitoring application. The Monarch LCS Radar is a web application that enables for the monitoring of the status, health and activity of all encoders from a single dashboard.

Monarch LCS Radar features a color-coded dashboard and is accessible on any web-browser-enabled device on the same network environment. Administrators can identify anomalies, while users can access the current status of video and audio inputs, schedules, events and production modes for individual Monarch LCS appliances. The Radar has an integrated pane that provides a confidence preview of audio and video inputs before or during encoding. Automatic email notifications in the event of a problem can also be set up.

Units can be categorized into distinct groups for streamline management of one or more groupings. In addition, a particular Monarch LCS unit can be accessed through the Monarch Command Center web user interface to adjust settings, initiate ad-hoc recordings and more.

Matrox will display the Monarch LCS Radar at its booth, 11-D120, at ISE 2018, where registered customers can access it as a free download.


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Matrox Heads to Class at Indiana University

Seeking a new system to handle lecture capture capabilities within its classrooms, Indiana University decided to pair its Kaltura video platform systems with the Matrox Monarch LCS H.264 encoder.