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Tracking & Detection Improvements for Video Processing Software

SightLine Applications have updated their video processing software to support their newly released dual channel processors, as well as improving the tracking & detection capabilities By Abi Wylie / 07 Jun 2024
Tracking & Detection Improvements for Video Processing Software
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SightLine Applications, LLC has released its latest software, version 3.7.2, which brings major improvements and new features designed to enhance functionality and user experience across various applications. 

Software 3.7.2 adds dual channel processing to the 1750-OEM and marks the release of the 4100-OEM dual processor, becoming the first software to support both this dual processor and the 4100-SOM

The 4100-OEM is SightLine’s most powerful processor to date. This release also expands the functionality of the 1750-OEM, adding dual processing for size-constrained applications running a limited number of features.

Tracking and detection improvements include allowing operators to select what kind of track (primary or secondary) a detection can turn into, either by index or from picture-in-picture (PiP). RTP MPEG2-TS (H.264 or H.265) now supports recording KLV and video data to .ts extension. 

More cameras have been confirmed for compatibility — SightLine now has close to 150 cameras confirmed for compatibility with the company’s firmware. 

The new release introduces a web browser-based file manager and HTTP server, allowing integrators to download syslog, SD card, parameter, and license files remotely. 

SightLine’s engineers have also worked on improving features available with the company’s ARM Library:

  • Blending is now supported. 
  • Enhanced ARM Library Functionality: The Library has seen significant enhancements, including Jetpack 5.1.2 and CPU Render Mode support. The company has also added examples demonstrating how to utilize GStreamer or V4L2 for capture.

To see the full list of improvements, visit the release notes page. 

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