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VBOX Video HD2 HDMI - OVERVIEW

HD Race Car Camera System with HDMI Streaming output

We are now offering VBOX Video HD2 with HDMI video output. This option allows users to stream real-time video (currently without audio) from the HD2 to an HDMI compatible monitor, recorder or streaming device.

VBOX Video HDMI can be used to give live coverage of motorsport events for TV or social media, provide race teams with the ability to give instant driver feedback, or act as a rear-view camera.

The new system (RLVBVDHD2-H) comes with an HDMI port and locking pin to make sure our custom cable has a secure connection.

VBOX Video HDMI will only run with the latest version of HD2 firmware (1.3.76 and higher) and setup software (1.4.259 and higher).

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Real Time Graphics

Graphics are overlaid in real-time and high definition. This gives the user great scope for fantastic dashboard and gauge layouts. The graphics are fully customisable but several default scenes are available. By default, the system will start and stop logging according to GPS speed. With the addition of the video pre-buffer, this allows every moment of track action – including race starts - to be captured automatically. Optional remote start/stop logging is taken care of via a Bluetooth unit that can be conveniently mounted next to the driver. An internal battery allows the current file to be correctly closed should power be lost during recording, ensuring that no data loss or corruption occurs.

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John Bowe - Touring Car Masters 2018, Symmons Plain, Tasmania Race 1 - reverse grid.. Dual 1080p video superimposed on real-time graphics. Note the Heart Rate, RPM and Altitude features. Many more options are possible with the overlay than shown here.Eg. brake/accel.

VBOX Video HD2 Camera Preview App

If you have an iPhone or Android Phone, you can use our free Preview App to see a live output of your cameras, allowing you to check the alignment of your cameras adn control other functions.