New Open Source PTZ Camera Controllers released by PTZOptics are made for easy customization for Broadcast, House of Worship, Education and Enterprise markets

“Each of these opensource camera controllers features six images that end users can customize without touching a single line of code. For developers who understand HTML/CSS/JavaScript these camera controllers are completely open source and can be customize”
PTZOptics has recently released “Ready-Made” open source camera controllers for the major PTZ camera markets including broadcast, corporate, house of worship and education. These open source camera controllers are available under the GPL 3.0.

Philadelphia, PA – PTZOptics announces a new set of “Ready-Made” PTZ camera controllers under the open source GPL 3.0 license. PTZOptics release four unique open source camera controllers built for each of the main markets served by PTZ cameras including: Broadcast, Corporate, Education and House of Worship. Each camera controller features (6) easily configurable image based preset buttons and (3) additional presets buttons along with the standard pan, tilt, zoom and focus buttons.

Paul Richards, Director of Business Developlment for PTZOptics explains, “Going open source with our camera control protocols has been a great decision for our company. The community of developers that have contributed new ideas and innovations has been a huge success. We have even seen some programmers (ProperNerd) create stand alone Windows and OSX applications from these files.”

Richards continues “We have designed these pre-made controllers to be extremely easy to customize and you do not need to know HTML in order to change the buttons. If you know HTML/CSS or other web based languages these files are completely open source so feel to change them to fit you next project.”

In the image above you will see the set of four (4) live broadcast camera controllers that are pre-configured for standard classrooms, conference rooms and auditoriums for live events. Each features a set of icons you you can change without needing to touch the HTML (if you don’t want to). We have a folder for each controller called “Presets”. Each folder contains a .PSD (Adobe Photoshop file) along with (6) six .png files you can change and alter. To change a icon on a button simply replace the .png file with the icon you want the preset to be. It’s that simple!

*Open source software is meant for HTML/CSS/JavaScript developers. It is not officially supported by PTZOptics technical support team.

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Company Name: PTZ Optics
Contact Person: Paul Richards
Phone: 1 800 486-5276
Address:152 Robbins Rd
City: Downingtown
State: PA
Country: United States