iCap V4 Windows Media Edition
With iCap®, you can capture images and video directly onto a computer hard drive or a network location from any external video source.
The system catalogs the images by an identity for later review, reporting, e-mailing or printing. An image export feature allows you to place images directly into report templates in Microsoft Word®. The iCap® system also gives you the ability to annotate your images with text, lines and shapes.
You can also create full-motion video clips of your procedures. Use the video clips for tutorials and seminars, send them to colleagues for analysis, or use them in educational environments such as college classrooms or labs. A new feature of version 3 is the ability to view your video input in full-screen mode. Mobile users can now use a laptop screen as their monitor by going to full screen mode.
With iCap, users can capture still images and video clips, then easily annotate images and catalog them by an identity for easy review later. The systems can send images directly to report templates in Microsoft Word and allows images to be easily integrated into Power Point presentations and e-mail applications.
Because the software is Windows-based, it offers the user the ability to easily network multiple capture stations together with a server to create an image archival network. The images and reports are standard image files and office documents that can easily be shared via email, FTP, and easily linked to most electronic record keeping systems and / or contact management programs.
Designed to work with or without a touch screen monitor, the iCap system can be used across a variety of settings. It utilizes an icon, push-button style interface, making the system as easy to use as an ATM machine. Pushing a button on the touch screen or using a mouse to click on the button achieves a desired result. Most actions can be completed with just one or two clicks.
We also offers a network add on application called iCap Reporter for use with version 4, which makes viewing and working with the iCap images and videos over the network easy. Using the same one click button design, the iCap Reporter interface is quick and easy to learn.
iCap® Version 4 - Medical Use Requirements:
FDA cleared camera or device that provides a IEEE-1394 or USB compatible digital format for recording OR FDA cleared digitizer that will convert analog video to digital for use in a medical application.
IEC 60601-1 Medical Grade Computer. (Please refer to the documentation supplied with your FDA cleared device for the computer hardware requirements)
Windows 10, 7 or Windows XP
DirectX 9.x drivers
CD-ROM drive for software installation
500MB of free hard disk space
Color video graphics card & display/monitor
9-pin DIN serial port for optional foot pedal (sold separately)
Microsoft Word® 97 or higher for creating reports
Sound Card, speaker, and microphone required for audio recording capabilities of capture device (not required for using iCap®)