IPEVO EyeStage™

IPEVO EyeStage™New

For TOTEM Series / Visualisers / Webcams

Features & Interface

Video Sources | Image Settings | AI Frames | Display Modes

Supported Video Sources

EyeStage™ requires an IPEVO Camera connected to the PC (USB or Wi-Fi). Other video sources that can be selected in EyeStage™:

  • Built-in cameras
  • USB webcams (from other manufacturers)
  • Virtual cameras
  • Screen sharing

Image Settings

In image settings you can find zoom, focus control, image rotation, mirroring, keystone correction, and LED light switch*. You can also apply virtual backgrounds to your video, or adjust image properties, such as brightness, saturation, sharpness, or exposure.

*For IPEVO cameras equipped with an LED light.

AI Recognition and Digital Zoom for Immersive Conferencing

Choose one of the four AI video frames and use them to create an immersive video experience for any video conferencing scenario.

*Each applied AI Frame increases the system performance requirement, which might result in a lagging image. It is recommended to use AI Frame only for a single video source.

Portrait Mode

In this mode, the AI automatically tracks the “portrait” area of the person in front of the camera and adjusts the image accordingly, based on three different scenarios.

*The green areas demonstrate the three different scenarios the AI can detect.

Single Person

AI zooms in and places the person in the centre of the image.

AI Frame Portrait Deactivated
AI Frame Portrait Activated
Single Person - Profile View

The AI pans the image in the direction the person is facing and includes the whiteboard in the frame.

AI Frame Portrait Deactivated
AI Frame Portrait Activated
Multiple People

AI zooms in and makes sure every participant stays in the frame.

AI Frame Portrait Deactivated
AI Frame Portrait Activated

Conferencing Mode

The AI automatically splits the image into individual portrait images (of 1 to 4 people) and zooms in on each.

*When too close to each other, only one of the people might get captured in the split image.

1 person, 2 people, 3 people and 4 people
AI Frame Conferencing Activated

Panoramic Conferencing

The individual portrait images are combined with a panoramic view of the meeting room.

*When too close to each other, only one of the people might get captured in the split image.

AI Panoramic Conferencing Activated
**The order of individually displayed participants (up to four) is from left to right.

Document Mode

A mode with automatic cropping, which removes the extra area around the borders of the scanned document.

AI Frame Document Deactivated
AI Frame Document Activated

Display Modes

There are five display modes to choose from. These display modes can combine two video sources in one, which can then be used in an online conferencing app.

Default Mode

This mode displays video from a single camera source. You can still use two cameras and switch between them manually.

Video source 1
Video source 2

Picture in Picture

Both video sources are displayed simultaneously, with Source 2 serving as the Picture-in-Picture. The PiP window can be resized and repositioned in the Preferences section of Settings.

Split Screen

Splits the screen in two, with the video from Source 1 displayed on the left and Source 2 on the right. The dividing line can be moved horizontally in the Preferences section of Settings.

How to adjust PiP and Split Screen

① Select Settings > Preferences
② Move the PiP window by dragging it with the mouse or resize it by dragging the circles in its corners. To save your changes, click on the “Apply” button.
③ Move the Split Screen dividing line by dragging it with the mouse. To save your changes, click on the “Apply” button.

Auto Switch

Automatically switches between two camera sources whenever detecting the “portrait” area of a person. If a person is detected in both video sources, the current image will remain on the screen.

① Select a camera for both sources.
② Select Auto Switch and the AI will automatically select the right source to display.

Face Tracking

Select a face to track, and EyeStage™'s AI will automatically switch to the video source where this face was detected. If the selected face is not found for more than 10 seconds, EyeStage™ will switch to the camera source which detects a person.

① Select a camera for both sources and choose Face Tracking. Then select the face you want to track.
② The AI will automatically recognise and switch to the right video source. Click on the face icon at the bottom left to stop face tracking. You can select a new face for tracking afterwards.