Get educated on SKAARHOJ basics! Kasper is unboxing a controller, connecting it to a computer (Mac) via USB, sets the IP address via the SKAARHOJ Firmware Updater application and makes three robotic cameras (NewTek) move. Some comments on multiple cameras, different settings in the cameras and consecutive IP addresses.
Summary: Kasper unboxes a completely new PTZ Pro controller, goes through what is found in the box and how to get started with the controller. He discusses the inlay card with a list of default configurations, how to connect ethernet and USB and how to set the IP address of the controller and PTZ cameras using the SKAARHOJ Firmware Updater application and the “IP Configuration” function in it. Kasper also quickly demonstrates that it works with three NewTek PTZ cameras and mentions how their IP addresses need to be consecutive. Finally he mentions that internal settings may get reset when you update firmware later.