The most probable cause is overheating of the Primary Video Processor. If placed under the surgical gown and therefore not ventilating correctly, the Intel Stick will overheat and start to throttle-down to prevent further heat accumulation. To improve ventilation of the PVP we recommend separating the PVP from the Battery and using the holster from the 2nd Battery to attach the PVP to the back of the gown close to the surgeon’s neck. Use a longer USB A 3.0 to USB C 3.0 cable to connect the PVP to the Battery.

 

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1. Storage Capacity : This indicates the storage spaces that a certain card can hold.

2. Write-protect Logo : In order to use the SD card, make sure that the tiny lever is at the top of the symbol which signifies that it’s unlocked and is not write-protected.

3. Read Speed : Is the maximum read speed that the SD card can be read based on the manufacturer’s internal testing.

4. Format: There are currently three SD formats – Secure Digital Standard Capacity (SDSC or just SD) that uses FAT 12/16 file systems and tops out at 2GB, Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) which makes use of FAT32 file system and supports up to 32GB memories, and Secure Digital Extreme Capacity (SDXC) that utilizes exFAT format and can go as high as 2TB.

5. Speed Class: There are currently four (4) Speed Classes that is defined by the SD Association – Class 2 (2MB/s , min) , Class 4 (4 MB/s , min) , Class 6 (6 MB/s, min) , and Class 10 (10 MB/s, min).

6. UHS Class: There are two UHS classes ; UHS Speed Class 1 (U1) and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3). Similar to Speed Class, the maximum speed of a UHS SD cards can only be achieved if the host device supports the UHS speed class. If it’s a non-UHS device, it will default back to Speed Class which explains why some SDHC and SDXC bears both speed class and UHS speed class markings on it.

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The UHS-I and UHS-II specifications are designed to be backward compatible. That means that you can use a UHS-II card in a device that’s compatible with UHS-I and vice versa. But if you do so, you’ll be limited to the lower spec, in this case UHS-I.

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Yes, you can take still-shots or snapshots. Press the Snapshot Button on the center bottom of the preview screen on the Remote Control Tablet. The snapshot will be stored in the currently active project folder or create its own project folder if none are active. The snapshot can be viewed from inside the folder. The snapshots can be taken while video recording. 

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The Wireless Display and Streaming Unit (WDS), the Primary Video Processor (PVP) and the Remote Control Tablet communicate with one another using a private and secured Wi-Fi created by the WDS. You can chose between 4 different channels operating in the 40 Mhz bandwidth. The Titan-2 System offers a Wi-Fi analyzer to find the channels with the least interference. Go the Settings Screen and pick Wi-Fi Analyzer. After a 60 second analysis it will rank the available channels from best (least interference) to worst. Select the channel with the least interference. The System will automatically reset the channels for all components.

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Focusing in the Titan-2 System is accomplished by moving the focus slider. The Titan-2 has a very large depth of field , thereby avoiding the need for auto-focusing once the focus slider has been set at the beginning of surgery. In the Getting Started  section of this video you will find a video that offers a guide on how to optimize the focus setting:

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In video compression a Keyframe is a frame in which a complete image is stored in the data stream. In video compression, only changes that occur from one frame to the next are stored in the data stream, in order to greatly reduce the amount of information that must be stored. The more Keyframes, the better the compressed video quality but the larger the video files (the less actual compression). Our suggested default setting is having a Keyframe every 10 frames or an average 3 per second. If you are not happy with the quality of the compressed video we suggest you increase the frequency of Keyframes (I.e. move the slider towards lower numbers).

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Most professional or semi-professional video editing software can read both MP4 and TS (Transport Stream) format. You can also use an open source converter such as https://handbrake.fr/  or commercially available program such https://videoconverter.iskysoft.us/ to convert.

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Both formats are used to store MPEG-2 compressed video data. MPG4 is clearly the more commonly used format however its disadvantage is that if transmission is interrupted or the recording file is not closed properly , the entire file can be rendered unreadable. This occurs because the file information in MPG4 files is written at the end of the file and if this information is not added correctly , the file is considered “broken”. Alternatively the TS format (Transport Stream) can overcome these limitations by automatically adding file information after each key frame. Transport stream specifies a container format encapsulating packetized elementary streams, with error correction and synchronization pattern features for maintaining transmission integrity when the communication channel carrying the stream is degraded. Most video editing and playback software can handle both formats. Therefore it would be our recommendation to use the TS format to avoid “broken” video files should there be transmission errors or power losses.

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Yes, the Wireless Display & Streaming Unit has one HDMI out and a second USB C Thunderbolt connection. The USB C Thunderbolt connection can be used to connect to a 2nd monitor. It will require a USB C to HDMI or USB C to Display Port adapter, depending on the input requirements of the monitor

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No, you need to use batteries that are capable of reliably supplying the required voltages and amperes. The Anker batteries provided have been tested and found to meet these requirements.

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The system will not have a media to store the recordings onto without a MicroSD card. Replace the card with any card that meets these specs:

  • microSD, microSDHC, or microSDXC
  • Class 10 or UHS-I rating
  • Capacity up to 400GB
  • Type: Extreme with read/writes over 100MB/s

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The Wireless Display & Streaming Unit has a small slot on the side that holds the MicroSD card. All recorded material is stored on the MicroSD card.

You can remove the card and insert into any other computer using a USB card reader, which is supplied with the product.

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  1. Connect the Wireless Display & Streaming Unit to power and using the HDMI cable connect it to a monitor or TV
  2. Attach the cables coming from the Headband to one of the batteries supplied
  3. Turn the Remote Control Tablet on and start the CinVivo app. Ensure that the Tablet is on the cinvivoxx network.

The camera display will then automatically display on the monitor / TV.

Use the Tablet to adjust camera settings, initiate & stop recordings , etc

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The Titan – 2 creates its own high speed network with the Network Adapter connected to the Wireless Display & Streaming Unit. The network name it creates starts with cinvivoxx. This network is local and has no access to the worldwide web. The Remote Control Tablet needs to be connected to this network to interact and control the other members of the system. In order to download updates onto the Remote Control Tablet the Tablet needs to be connected a network that has access to the www.

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  1. Make sure the Remote Control Tablet is connected to a Wifi network with Internet connection
  2. Start the CinVivo app
  3. It will automatically scan for the most recent updates for all components and download them as one file. Wait for the download to complete
  4. Start the entire system (Remote Control Tablet , Primary Video Processor and Wireless Display and Streaming Unit are booted)
  5. Start the CinVivo app on the Remote Control Tablet
  6. You will see the Settings Icon (top right corner) in Blue, indicating there is a new update available.
  7. Open the Settings Screen, tap on  “Manage Updates”.
  8. Tap on “Start Update”.
  9. Updating is started and all components are sequentially updated and the updates verified.
Category: General

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Use brand name memory cards that meet these requirements:

  • microSD, microSDHC, or microSDXC
  • Class 10 or UHS-I rating
  • Capacity up to 400GB
  • Type: Extreme with read/writes over 100MB/s
Category: Hardware

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All video recordings are stored on the microSD card attached to the WDS. The card can be exchanged with any Level 10 Micro SD card with a capacity of up to 400 GB. The Titan-2 System software requires the card to be formatted in a FAT32 format. The system will automatically recognize the format of the SD card and offer to format it to FAT32.

Category: Hardware

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Go to the Recording screen. You can increase the exposure by increase Gamma or decreasing the Exposure Region of Interest (ROI).

Alternatively, unselect the auto feature of the Exposure slider and manually adjust Exposure to meet your needs.

Category: Video

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