Schedule, Stream, and Record Matrox Monarch LCSs

Ensemble Studio, our lecture capture solution integrates with the Matrox Monarch LCS device, simplifying recordings in classrooms, labs, courtrooms, and medical training rooms. The Matrox Monarch LCS is an easy-to-use video streaming and recording appliance designed for professionals who need to simultaneously record two video inputs. Learn more about Ensemble Studio, our room capture solution, that simplifies scheduling recordings in classrooms, labs, courtrooms, and medical training rooms.

Matrox Monarch LCS

Record from the Monarch LCS into Ensemble Video

If an event is worth streaming, it is worth recording and archiving in the Ensemble Video management system for publishing. The recorded videos can be made available to your audience as fast turnaround VOD files immediately after the event.

Dual Input Recording Modes

The complex and expensive recording equipment is no longer required to effectively capture presentations in lecture halls. A typical setup would consist of video and audio of the presenter and a computer source with supporting material which can be mixed into a single webcast. The operator can select a number of operating modes that include layouts such as Picture-in-picture and Side-by-side.

Matrox Monarch LCS Recording Modes

Easily Reach Your Audience

Whether you're scheduling or creating ad hoc live streams that will be delivered as VOD assets, the Ensemble Video and Matrox Monarch LCS integration enables you to easily reach your audience. The Monarch LCS is a certified "Works with Wowza" encoder allowing our users to benefit from an enhanced integration with Ensemble Video and the Wowza Streaming Engine.

Robust and Practical Design

Powerful, robust and affordable, the Matrox Monarch LCS offers simple, low power consumption, a locking power connector, and a fanless design. Matrox Monarch LCS's HDMI output makes it easy to monitor what you are streaming and recording, regardless of whether the signal is received from a camera, a switcher, a signal convertor, or a computer.