Really? With the same ability to call up shots like the PTZ Optics camera. I see this in the user guide:
The PTZ Controller enables you to control PTZOptics brand cameras. This feature is implemented using the VISCA-over-IP protocol, an IP-based protocol which sends specific camera control commands to the camera to change Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Focus, Exposure, and White Balance.
I don’t understand what is meant by generally. Can Wirecast control an Amcreast PTZ camera whose controller protocol is ONVIF? If so, how?Reply
Kit Kinchen Wirecast can only control (move camera) PTZOptics at the moment but they may consider adding other cameras.
Currently ONVIF support is basically auto detection in Wirecast.
Please do make the feature request and mention ONVIF 2.4.x. In case the developers have to prioritize camera development mention Amcrest specifically.
Wirecast Feature Request
In the web stream configuration dialogue box, enter the following:
Stream Options: Auto-Detect
Format Options: Auto-Detect
URI: rtsp://(IP address, which you can obtain from the Amcrest IP Config application):554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=0
Stream Authentication: Enter Username and Password (by default this will be username: admin and password: admin)
Once you click the connect button, you should see video unless the camera and your computer are not connected to the same local area network.Reply
Matthew F. Reyes PTZ controls are integrated with Wirecast 10 specifically with PTZOptics but may work with others that support VISCA over IP control. It's on the bottom of the Wirecast Product page.