TaekoVRHD is the synonym for TaekoPlan Video Replay System. Completely new addition to the TaekoPlan software package.
With TaekoVRHD you can add an important feature to your tournaments: Video Replay.
Video Replay is commonly used in Taekwondo, especially in larger tournaments like Gx or continental championships.
Completely new themed look.
All major brands consumer camera's, either SD, HD, Full HD, IP Cams are supported. Also IP camera's upto Full HD and higher.
Connected to either USB3, Firewire or network.
For USB camera's special drivers might need to be installed in order to allow video streaming.
Firewire needs 1394 drivers to function properly.
Also special USB3 devices like CamLink and Magewell for HDMI input are supported.
Please note: the quality of the camera's is highly important for the software to function properly! We can not make the picture better than the camera's can deliver. Currently Full HD is ok, but still zoom will depend on the MP's provided by the camera used.
The pricing for the software is based on a single license per court structure.
The price goes down as more courts are being purchased.
If you want to have additional info, a quote or have any questions about this new product, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
And we also provide Video Replay services (IVR) for your tournaments. Up to ten courts with 1 or 2 camera's can be delivered. Including support on the tournament day(s) itself.
To run the Video Replay software, you have to be make sure that your hardware is compatible.
Based on experience we can advice:
- I7 3rd/4th GEN, 2.5 Ghz minimum
- 8 or 16 Gb memory
- SSD or HD 256 GB or more
- NVIDIA or AMD graphics videocard
We can not guarantee smooth working on I5 or lower CPU's.
We can provide live streaming to Youtube or any server straight from the Video Replay software or additionally from a central system. Up to 10 courts in Full HD quality, complete with scoreboard information.
See the website: (2) TaekoPlanLive - YouTube for examples of the streaming. These are recent ones from May and June.