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The system offers a HDD disk with a 1Tb capacity to store your recordings.

Consider downloading your video archives onto a network or external (USB) disk.

See section Recording Configuration to adjust recording formats, files and folders.

Save and Post

Click on to begin the recording and on to stop it.

Use SET IN and SET OUT buttons to mark specific extracts during the recording.

At the end of the recording, a dialogue box appears:

Click on to open the the PUBLISHER module (see PUBLISHER ) and publish your video (podcast).

Recording Configuration

Recording formats

Click on the icon attached to the buttonat the top of the interface to open the recording settings menu.

You can choose your recording format depending on the video system:

MP4 H.264

The codec offers a very good size to quality ratio. It requires considerable resources for the compression/decompression. This is why multiCAM proposes different versions:

  • H.264 (CPU): The compression is carried out via the CPU
  • H.264 (Nvidia GPU): The compression is carried out via the graphics card which frees up the CPU for the other software operations.

You can personalize the target bitrate of the recorded video. If, for example, you would like to quickly broadcast the video (directly by streaming or through a copy on a USB drive), a low bitrate of around 2Mbps would be sufficient. If you would like to save a good quality Master archive, a bitrate of 20Mbps is recommended.

You also have a choice concerning the audio codec for the audio track.

The machine can support 1 recording H.264 GPU + 1 live streaming H.264 GPU + 1 live streaming H.264 CPU

Compatibility: Apple Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Premiere Pro, QuickTime, Windows Media, VLC.


This codec is relatively old but very widely used with an interesting quality/size/performance ratio. It requires less resources than MP4 in exchange for a larger size. Give priority to this format for recordings when it comes to post-production.

Compatibility: Apple Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Premiere Pro, QuickTime, Windows Media, VLC.

Destination file and folder

The recording settings interface allows you to specify the disk and the recording folder, all while indicating remaining free space.

Click on to open the File Browser and modify the destination.

We don't recommend using the network drive as destination. Please use auto copy (See Recording configuration) feature to copy records to the network drive.

The file name is automatic, following the classification:

An option is available that allows you to split files automatically by X minute increments. In the event of a power failure, you can be assured that you have not lost the entirety of your recording. This option is controlled via the Settings.