INOGENI SHARE 2

Dual Input to USB AV Converter with PiP

Suggested List Price: £1,095+VAT

Product Code: INO-SHARE2

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Optional Extras

INOGENI SHARE 2 Remote

Remotely control the Mixer feature on SHARE 2

Product Code: INO-SH2-REM

Suggested List Price: £275+VAT

INOGENI SHARE 2 Wireless IP Control Adaptor

SHARE 2 Wireless IP-to-Serial Adapter: control the device over a Wired network.

Product Code: INO-ACCIPWF

Suggested List Price: £225+VAT

INOGENI SHARE 2 IP Control Adapter

SHARE 2 IP-to-Serial Adapter: control the device over a Wired network.

Product Code: INO-ACC-IP

Suggested List Price: £195+VAT

INOGENI SHARE 2 USB-to-HDMI Adapter

Enable a second monitor from SHARE 2

Product Code: INO-ACC-HDMIOUT

Suggested List Price: £135+VAT

Inogeni Share 2 USB 3.0 Converter at Integrate 2016

Mark Hall of Corsair Solutions demonstrates the Inogeni Share 2 USB 3.0 converter – neat, effective, driver-less and reliable.

  • Dual Video Capture to USB 3.0
  • Line level stereo audio support
  • Predefined Picture in Picture (PIP) views
  • Digital Fluid technology - Internal frame buffers maximize frame rate with any PC
  • Hardware-based colour space and sampling conversion
  • Automatic scaling and frame rate conversion
  • Customizable video processing functions
  • Image controls: Brightness, contrast, saturation and hue settings
  • Supports multiple devices on the same PC
  • Compatible with Windows, Mac OSX and Linux

Technology Guides

The INOGENI SHARE 2 Converter is the most easy and reliable tool for simultaneous capture of two streams of uncompressed video into one single USB stream with audio from your HDMI/DVI/VGA or CVBS sources for your PC for recording, video conferencing, lecture capture and streaming applications. No driver installation is necessary and will work on all motherboards and USB 3.0 chipsets.

It features an HDMI, DVI, NTSC/PAL input, line level stereo analogue input, line level stereo analogue output, internal USB 3.0 hub with 2x USB 3.0 ports for expansion purposes and USB 3.0 connector for the host.

It supports SD / HDTV video formats up to 1080p60 and most computer graphic formats.

Compact in size and rugged, the converter is a practical easy-to-use USB 3.0 capture solution. Compatible with Windows, OSX, Linux operating systems, UVC-compliant so it will work with all DirectShow/V4L2 and AVFoundation compatible software.

The converter supports 1080p resolutions up to 60 fps. All SD / HD resolution signals are converted to 4:2:2 8-bit colour space over USB 3.0. The line level stereo analogue audio input and output are two-channel LPCM.

SHARE 2 comes with a USB 3.0 cable, DVI to VGA and DVI to HDMI adapters.

Compatible Software

Video Conferencing

  • Skype
  • Lync
  • Hangouts
  • Zoom
  • FaceTime
  • Vidyo
  • LiveCast
  • Jabber
  • BlueJeans
  • TeamViewer
  • Easymeeting
  • Connect
  • Polycom
  • Spontania
  • Webex
  • GoToMeeting

Recording

  • VLC
  • VirtualDub
  • VideoGlide
  • QuickTime
  • qV4L2
  • MEncoder
  • LUVCView
  • GUVCView
  • MATLAB
  • VIDBlaster
  • OBS
  • Elements
  • Debut
  • Camtasia
  • Wirecast
  • FFmpeg
  • ALE
  • gstreamer
  • Edius
  • ScreenFlow
  • LabVIEW
  • vMix
  • Dragonframe

Streaming

  • Youtube
  • vMix
  • xSplit
  • OBS
  • Wirecast
  • Livestream
  • USTREAM
  • Presentations 2Go
  • LiveCast
  • Facebook LIVE
  • stroom

Version 1.25

  • TCP communication on port 50000 is now supported.

Version 1.24

  • Added TCP support for sending commands through the LAN interface. The HTTP support is still available. See the user guide for more details on how to TCP communication

Version 1.23

  • Corrected issue with payload size on TCP request.

Download the latest Firmware and Software

  • Dual Video Capture to USB 3.0
  • USB 3.0 Cable
  • DVI to VGA adapter
  • DVI to HDMI adapter
  • User Guide

The Power of USB: Holdan Signs Deal with Inogeni

Holdan Limited has signed a Europe-wide distribution agreement with Inogeni, a Canadian manufacturer of USB video converters and processors. With the agreement, convergence between AV, IT and broadcast technology becomes a reality.