The SHARE2U Dual USB camera mixer can be used for a wide variety of applications.

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Product showcase: USB + HDMI Multicameras Mixers & Switchers




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SHARE2U with Q-SYS Core processors


INOGENI’s plugins are now available in the Q-SYS Designer® software, enabling fast USB multi-camera mixing and switching capabilities.

Seamless integration with Q-SYS technology solutions

  • Robust control modules
  • Easy integration using the Asset Manager library
  • Reduced integration time of INOGENI products in Q-SYS environments
  • Greater flexibility and control over video processing solutions
  • Compatible with Q-SYS Core processors
  • Maintenance throughout Q-SYS Designer updates

Enables users to create more complex and engaging content

INOGENI SHARE multi-camera capabilities on Q-SYS Core

Seamless switching of up to 14 mix setup videos, such as Picture-In-Picture or side-by-side, etc.

  • SHARE2: Mix 2 HDMI/DVI cameras to USB 3.0
  • SHARE2U: Mix 2 USB or HDMI cameras to USB 3.0

Easy touchscreen icon on the Q-SYS Core interface


Easy steps to install INOGENI SHARE2/SHARE2U/CAM300 in a Q-SYS environment

By following these steps, users can easily integrate the SHARE2 / SHARE2U / CAM300 into their Q-SYS environments and enjoy USB AI multi-camera mixing capabilities. The detailed documentation and easy-to-use Q-SYS Designer software make the installation process straightforward and accessible for all levels of users.

Here’s how it works

  • Locate the plugins in the Q-SYS Designer software’s Schematic Elements > Plugins section. They are stored in two category folders: Asset Manager and User.
  • Use Asset Manager to install and manage plugins. Review the Description information and any requirements before installing.
  • To update a plugin, go to the Updates tab in Asset Manager and select the plugin and version you want to update.
  • Beginning with Q-SYS 8.2.0, QSC-authored plugins include a new component property, Is Managed. This adds the plugin to your Inventory list and makes the plugin’s status available for monitoring in Core Manager and Q-SYS Reflect Enterprise Manager.
  • Note that each managed plugin consumes a Q-SYS Reflect Enterprise Manager Peripheral license. Check the remaining number of peripherals your Enterprise Manager subscription allows in the Organizations section. For more information, visit the Enterprise Manager Help.

Plugins allow you to integrate many third-party AV devices into your Q-SYS design and control those devices with separate, installable scripting components. Discover the complete procedure for the Q-SYS system.

Visit the INOGENI’s Q-SYS Alliances partnership web page.

Compatible with Barco ClickShare Conference

Meeting room


This is a generic room with cameras mounted at the front. The purpose of the room is to support a live, interactive webcast of the nine meeting members, the meeting leader and a remote site. The people they are speaking with appear on a large screen. This could also be a one-way webcast more like a news report in which case you would only require one large screen to serve as a monitor. Using a CAM300, you could include a 3rd camera in the rear of the room directed on the meeting leader/moderator.


Each of the people will have information to offer so their faces must be seen, and their voices heard. The meeting leader/moderator will operate the video player or computer and the INOGENI SHARE2U.


In addition to the two PTZ cameras mounted in the front of the room there is one more source – a computer with several PowerPoint programs and some non HDCP movies that have been transferred to the hard drive. An INOGENI CAM Selector would allow the meeting leader/moderator to select between the video player, PC and one of the two cameras. If you use a CAM selector you could include a 3rd camera at the back of the room. Because the cameras are in the front of the room, it is convenient to mount the INOGENI SHARE in the front and have short cable runs.

Lecture room


A small lecture room used by different presenters. Using the HDMI output of the SHARE2U, the video is also shown on the screen. The presentation is webcast and made available for online review. In this case, the SHARE2U can be controlled by a Creston RL-2.


Depending on the presenter and their material, video inputs could include the output of a video player, computer or either of two cameras.


In addition to the two cameras there is one more source – a computer with several PowerPoint programs and some non HDCP movies that have been transferred to the hard drive. The SHARE2U allows you to choose between the video player, the computer output and one of the cameras.

Live webcast office


An office used also for one person webcasts. Typical applications include a financial advisor discussing how to grow your money, a subscription website manager talking about efficient website uploads or any other one to many communications. And they can be interactive via phone call in. The presentation is webcast live and made available for online review.



Everything is stored on the computer. Using the examples above, the financial advisor could show charts and graphs or pictures of suggested investments, the website manage could show example images at different resolutions showing what works best and the police chief could have mug shots, crime scene photos or aerial footage. In this case there are two computers. One is a content source and the other is for webcasting.


One camera and one computer output. The SHARE2U can accept an HDMI output from the computer and a USB output from one camera.



These are the components of a portable webcasting kit that can fit in a laptop case and one carry bag. Typical applications include news reporting and onsite interviews.



With on location reporting there is little time to set things up and few chances to reshoot.


Two cameras. One is a webcam and the other a PTZ camera. The speaker can preview their webcast on the screen of the computer.


The meeting leader can control the SHARE2U from the buttons on the top or with an INOGENI remote control. SHARE2U may also be controlled via Ethernet, serial control or by Crestron/AMX. Ask INOGENI about Crestron modules. 


Each meeting member is important, and each needs to be heard along with the meeting leader. Several third-party solutions are available for handling multiple microphones or microphone arrays. If the device output is analog, it can be connected to the SHARE2U audio input. If the audio device has a USB output, it can be connected to the SHARE2U USB expansion ports.


You may need to run longer than normal cables to the rear of the SHARE2U.

Cable length specifications:

  • USB 3.0 specification is 3 m/9.84 ft.
  • USB 2.0 specification is 5 m/16.4 ft.
  • Anything longer will need an active extender.

SHARE2U USB limitations and optimizations for up to 1080p

The USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 cameras that only support uncompressed video will have reduced video resolution to optimize fluidity. Due to hardware limitations, only 1x 1920x1080p30 MJPEG and 1x 1280x720p30 MJPEG video resolutions can be captured simultaneously.

For better performance and video fluidity, use USB 3.0 or 2.0 cameras that support MJPEG or H264 CODECs.

You have two options to achieve 1080p on two video sources for the SHARE2U:

Option 1

  • 1x USB camera (1080p MJPEG or H264 CODECs)
  • 1x 1080p HDMI camera

Option 2 (diagram)

  • 1x USB camera (1080p MJPEG or H264 CODECs)
  • 1x USB camera (1080p or higher) connected to the SHARE2U HDMI input via the INOGENI U-CAM converter (4K USB to HDMI converter)