Dive logging events
Multiple channels of
HD, SD, Ethernet and 4K
Full camera controls,
including zoom and focus
LED strobe synchronization
for 21MP digital stills
The SubC DVRO (Digital Video Recorder with Overlay) is a high-performance piece of equipment with powerful software features that provide overlay, recording and streaming of acquired video from underwater operations.
This highly versatile solution can stream video over the internet or a local Ethernet connection to preserve its high quality while using existing infrastructure. It also includes automatic splitting of extended recordings, power-loss recovery, BlackBox mode, and works in conjunction with Asset Integrity Management solutions
from EIVA and Aker Coabis.
The Dive Logging feature allows users to create a structured set of videos and events for quick review using multiple video inputs.
Serial input data is recorded with the videos and synchronized with the event time
Easy to jump to specific points in a inspection for a complete snapshot of all sensor information
Video and data files are stored in a logical manner creating a simplistic and error-free record
The dive can be played back on the free SubC Player software
High Quality Video
This impressive footage is part of the Acid Horizons documentary and was taken with SubC's 1Cam from the Alvin MUV (property of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution).
4K & HD video options
Real-time image enhancement is a feature that is now available with the SubC DVRO. This built-in tool will help operators get the job done quickly and efficiently by allowing them to clearly see the videos and stills they're capturing in real time.
SubC Streaming is a cloud-based service that delivers high-quality video and audio to your browser using WebRTC and the SubC DVRO.
A username and password is all you need to log into SubC's secure server to view your footage in real time.
Available for remote systems with satellite internet access
Bandwidth for streaming can be adjusted to work over any connection
Frame rate and quality can be reduced
Integrates easily into an existing Ethernet network