What Is TrueConf Group?

Endpoint Purpose

TrueConf Group video conferencing endpoint is a hardware-software video conferencing system for small, medium, and large meeting rooms.

With this endpoint, you can deploy a ready-to-use system to make video calls in high quality up to 1080p@60 fps depending on configuration. It supports SIP, H.323, RTSP, and RTP connections and can be used as a 12-port MCU.

Using TrueConf Group you can:

  • Make calls

  • Run video conferences (if an MCU function is included)

  • Record conferences

  • Capture and share content from USB devices and video capture cards

  • Stream conferences to external resources

  • Control the endpoint using the web interface

  • Use two monitors simultaneously

Thanks to the modular configuration, TrueConf Group is compatible with various peripheral devices:

  • Any compatible PTZ cameras using USB 2.0/USB 3.0/HDMI interfaces and supporting RS232 control (Sony Visca)

  • USB speakerphones

  • Analog playback or audio capture devices

  • Monitors connected via HDMI and DisplayPort

  • USB keyboard

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However, we recommend consulting with our experts on equipment selection matters.

Configuration

TrueConf Group comes in different configurations:

  • Hardware-software endpoint (with an optional MCU)

  • Built-in content capture module with two HDMI inputs (optional)

  • Remote control

  • Peripheral audio-video equipment (usually these are a PTZ camera and speakerphone)

Endpoint Description

TrueConf Group is a device with a metal case. A power button is located on the left side of the front panel with an IR receiver of the remote control being behind a decorative plastic panel on the right side:

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The rear panel of the endpoint contains the following connectors:

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  1. RS-232 to control PTZ cameras

  2. HDMI inputs to capture content or connect HDMI cameras (availability depends on configurations)

  3. Power connector

  4. HDMI output to connect the main screen

  5. DisplayPort to connect an additional display

  6. USB 3.1 to connect peripheral AV equipment

  7. USB 2.0 to connect peripheral AV equipment

  8. RJ-45 to provide Ethernet connection

  9. Additional audio output to connect an audio output device

  10. Additional audio input to connect an analog microphone