AutoFrame allows for seamless real-time face tracking and shot recall. Able to track one or two faces simultaneously, AutoFrame makes what was previously difficult a dream.
Presenting the viewer with a smooth and natural tracking motion as presenters or speakers move during conversation and debate, AutoFrame combines face tracking algorithms with subtle adjustments for response delays, accelerations, and decelerations in motion whilst tracking.
AutoFrame requires only the minimum of selection and set-up choices – the rest is automatic. Tracking can even be initiated without human intervention, meaning shot recall and tracking can be completed in one operation. AutoFrame will disengage immediately if an operator takes control, allowing for manual operation in situations where tracking becomes impossible to maintain in an acceptable way to the viewer.
AutoFrame can be tightly integrated to Shotoku’s TR-XT Control System or run as a standalone system – meaning it is able to work with other Shotoku controllers such as those used in parliamentary applications. AutoFrame can also be added to any TR-XT installation, old or new.
AutoFrame offers any live TV broadcaster the chance to expand the use of robotics without compromising on production quality whilst keeping costs firmly under control.