Advanced Standalone Visualiser Software
This standalone visualiser software for PC and Mac gives users access to many handy features, like video recording, picture-in-picture and annotation, and a number of unique, advanced features, like automatic image correction, side-by-side comparison, a personalised media library and one-click upload to social media & file sharing sites. The simplified design of Sphere2’s user interface allows users of all ages to master the software in mere minutes.
* Formerly AVerVision 4
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Sphere Lite is now available for Chrome™ browers!Download the app on the Chrome™ web store and stream live video from your visualizer (document camera).
Access all of the visualiser’s main functions – zoom, focus, freeze and rotate – and have control over image adjustment settings – brightness, contrast, colour, white balance and mode selection – to make operating your AVerVision visualiser via a computer easier than ever. Press the auto adjust button to instantly correct white balance, contrast, exposure and even realign the image to a perfect 90° if it is less than 15° askew.
Present content from multiple sources, organised in up to 6 screens at one time. It also allows you to display live video from your visualiser, wireless camera, and even your web cam simultaneously! Perfect for lectures conducted through e-learning platforms or for creating step-by-step instructional videos.
Create your own media library full of recorded videos and captured images to conduct side-by-side comparisons between the live images streaming from up to 3 visualisers, wireless camera and/or webcams and still images - up to 6 separate image windows - while maintaining easy access to visualiser controls and annotation tools.
Make the excitement of class accessibility from home by quickly uploading captured images and video recordings to social media sites – YouTube, Facebook – and file sharing sites – Dropbox, GoogleDrive, Microsoft OneDrive, Picasa and FTPs.
Enrich your presentations by making clear, informative annotations over live visualiser images. Take down notes, highlight text, draw lines even add shapes to transform any live visualiser image into that perfect diagram.
Turn live lessons, visits from guest lecturers or exemplary student performances into reference materials you can use again and again or use the video and audio recording function to prepare invigorating material before class starts.
Cover select portions of the screen with a semi-transparent or opaque shield using the Spotlight and Visor features, great for both testing and test review scenarios.
Take a single high resolution snapshot of all or part of the live image or use continuous capture for time lapse photography, capturing an image every 5 seconds to 6 hours for up to 72 hours to observe changes over time or to create great step-by-step visuals.