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INOGENI SHARE2 | Dual Input to USB AV Converter with PiP



Dual Input to USB AV Converter with PiP

Product Code: INOSHARE2

Suggested Retail Price £1495+VAT

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OPTIMIZE your video collaboration and webcast with two cameras.

Works with Skype®, Zoom®, Webex®, GoToMeeting®, Hangouts®, etc.

Reduces hardware complexity and connections to your computer.

Easy, No Drivers, No Setup!


Compatible with all Apps!

SHARE2 features a mixer to embed two video sources into one single stream. This is an important asset if your application only supports one video interface, like Skype®, Zoom®, Webex®, GoToMeeting® and all video conferencing applications.

The device can be controlled by an application on the host side using our USB HID interface or with RS-232. You can also use the keypad on top of the device to control it manually.

  • Dual HDMI/DVI to USB 3.0 Multi I/O Capture
  • Mixer feature: Hardware mixer into a single USB 3.0 interface
  • Control interface: LAN, RS-232, USB
  • Local and remote keypad
  • HDMI, DVI, VGA or CVBS video input connectors. [VGA and CVBS are available using an adapter]
  • Line-level stereo audio support
  • Digital Fluid technology: Internal frame buffers maximize frame rate with any host
  • 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 host
  • Compatible with Windows, Mac OSX and Linux

Note: For USB cameras, see SHARE2U.

SHARE2 Remote

Remotely control the Mixer feature on SHARE2

Zoom: upping your video conferencing game

There’s an awful lot more content being produced on Zoom. Over the last week as gym instructors, chefs and teachers have been flocking to the Zoom video conferencing platform to communicate with audiences worldwide. The typical kit being used is a laptop, phone or iPad. The typical result is tinny audio with muffled voices, slightly blurred video and a really distracting, busy background. Let’s not kid ourselves. We’re not going to get broadcast results in a flash. But there are three simple steps we can all take to improve matters no end.

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.

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

  • SHARE2
  • Power supply
  • USB 3.0 cable
  • HDMI-to-DVI adapter
  • VGA-to-DVI adapter
  • serial RS-232 cable
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