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Old 03-31-2005   #1
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Default Recording with a Sony EVI-D30 using VISCA control

Ok, I've got a few D30's to play around with and I was trying to get a them to activate a VCR to record by using their motion detection.
I'm assuming you need a VCR that is a controller as well but am having a hard time finding anything. I was also looking at running them with a computer using the serial connection, but I have no idea what software to use for this.

Anyone have any experiance using the D30s this way?
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Well, never used the motion feature but if I was . . the motion detector in theory puts out 5vdc across a couple pins of the visca connector, using a Crestron QM-RMC you can sense the 5vdc with the input sensors then tell a standard VCR to begin recording via infra-red then through the ethernet port using Room View have it email you that it sensed movement, and it you're really geeky hook up a streaming video to the sony video out and use the QM-RMC RS232 to control the camera over your computer with Crestron's E-Control . . if you are not familiar with Crestron check out their website to find a dealer near you (they're located in Rockleigh NJ so maybe within driving distance hehe)
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Visca commands for the sony cameras are very easy strings to send via serial communication. you simply need the protocol list. I got mine directly from sony. They will send it to you if you ask them. you simply need the hyperterminal program in xp or if you like a better term program use that.
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