Cynap features bring your own device (BYOD) capabilities, HD recording, streaming and media player functionality. It’s compatible with iOS, Android, and Windows devices, and as a BYOD solution it allows up to four devices to share content simultaneously on-screen with 4K UHD output resolution.
It supports AirPlay and Miracast and offers content recording and personalized lecture capture. Recording functionality allows for HD capture of all multi-media presentation and lecture content.
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Saved sessions can also be automatically uploaded to specific destinations on an FTP server or streaming distribution services when automated distribution of recorded content is required.
Additionally, WolfVision’s vSolution Capture app enables large numbers of students or colleagues to receive and record a direct stream of content from Cynap anywhere within the network with voice-over commentary and audio included.
The Capture app even allows recipients to personalize their own copy of the recorded stream by adding notes and annotations in real-time.
Any format, any device, from any location – at any time Cynap’s intuitive and user-friendly interface allows individuals to easily access materials, as well as display, play, record, and stream all commonly used media whether locally stored on the user’s device, USB Drive, cloud service, or online – providing unlimited media sharing options during lectures, collaborative sessions, and professional meetings. ‘Live’ materials are also easily integrated, when used in combination with a WolfVision Visualizer.
The official launch of the Cynap system will be at InfoComm 2015 at WolfVision Booth #C3733.