KEYSERV VIDEO

Our recording application

MaestroVision’s Keyserv Video is a recording and replaying application suitable for: Police Interview recording, Courtroom recording, Classroom recording, Conference room recording, Simulation Room recording and more.. Our team of engineers have developed this incredible user-friendly solution that allows simultaneously recording of up to 4 independent audio & video sources in high-definition.  Keyserv Video is a complete turn-key solution to record, catalogue, store, and retrieve all the different media types collected.
The Keyserv Video application has next generation recording capabilities. Restored from the most discerning video experts in the broadcast industry, MaestroVision has leveraged its experience and expertise to provide the very best recording systems.

Excellent application for Law Enforcement Interview Recording, courtroom recording, lecture capture, Conference recording, Presentation Recording, Simulation Recording in health care universities and much more.

How does it work?

Records simultaneously up to 4 independent video/audio sources in high definition, then automatically transfer the content to MaestroVision on-premise or cloud storage for immediate viewing. It includes a playback application that allows proper multi screen viewing. Its friendly user interface allows you to mark or flag important video segments with a descriptive note and records the actual date and time and displays them during playback.

What are the main features?

Capacity of 4 (four) cameras and multiple microphones.

Recording is done in High Definition HD 1080p, 30 fps.

Records the audio signal perfectly synchronized with the video.

Digitizes, encodes and records in standard h.264 format.

A separated audio file in a standard format is created, to allow the written transcript of an interview.

A friendly user interface eases the learning curve.

Prevents unauthorized users from accessing previous interviews.

Requires users to provide a password in order to use the system.

Requires the entry of basics information (Case Number, Officer ID, Interview Type, Suspect Name), before launching an interview.

Ability to view, record and playback up to four fully synchronized independent video views (Not a picture-in-picture image).

Ability to mark or flag important video segments with a descriptive note.

Allows users to link directly to a specific point in a video on playback by selecting the descriptive note.

Displays cameras and shows audio levels that are being recorded.

Records the actual date and time of the interview and displays those during playback.

Allows for multi speed playback in both rewind and fast forward.

Generates and display thumbnails of one camera in the interview room. It will be possible to access an exact location during playback by clicking on a thumbnail.

At the end of the interview, the MaestroVision software application has the ability to transfer the interview to the central location and/or copy immediately onto a CD/DVD or USB key.

Includes a playback application on the USB keys or DVDs in order to allow proper viewing of an interview with multi views, including viewing up to (4) four synchronized video screens (not picture in picture).

Provides a user-friendly solution to downloading and burning the authenticated video to a CD/DVD or USB key, with a player installed on the disc.

Video recording is available for playback immediately after recording. No rendering time will be required in order to view a recording.

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Input Types

MaestroVision provides the most versatile input capability.

  • HDMI
  • HD-SDI
  • SD-SDI
  • IP
  • AHD
  • CVI
  • TVI
  • Composite (CVBS)
  • USB

Unlimited purposes

Our solutions have been adapted to multiple environments and can be tailored to your specific workflow optimization needs and purposes.

keyserv video - Figure 1 - Users will provide a password

Figure 1 - Users will provide a password

keyserv video - FIG 2 - Recorder Interface

Figure 2 – Recorder Interface

keyserv video - FIG 3 - Playback Interface

Figure 3 – Playback Interface