CinePlex Studio with CinePlex Editor

CinePlex Studio with CinePlex Editor

Model CPX/V3 Family



CinePlex Studio is the robust data acquisition portion of the CinePlex System providing the ability to capture video to .AVI files for online or later (offline) viewing and analysis. This recording technology is the basic building block for the optional programs.

CinePlex Studio can be operated as a stand-alone system, or for maximum benefit can be operated in synchrony with the OmniPlex® Neural Data Acquisition System or Multichannel Acquisition Processor (MAP) Data Acquisition System (which requires the CinePlex Editor software). The program features triggered video capture for more accurate time stamping of video frames and multi-camera support at up to 200 frames per second. Image quality is selectable by changing nominal bit rate. Researchers also have the flexibility to record in normal light, or via near infrared if the experimental conditions require a dark environment.

When behavioral research requires data capture and manipulation beyond specialized recording capabilities, CinePlex Studio can be unlocked to leverage advanced features through application-specific options:

  • CinePlex Tracking: Offers arena definition and powerful automated tracking of time and positioning data via multiple tracking modes - both online and offline.
  • CinePlex Basic Behavior: Enables the further breakdown of arenas into various logically-interrelated zones, the generation of simple and complex digital events in response to activity within the zones, and the automatic calculation of real-time statistics.
  • CinePlex 3D: Makes possible the recording and tracking of color markers from two or more simultaneous video streams in three dimensions - all with remarkably simple system and camera calibration, freeing the researcher from a fixed recording environment.

CinePlex Studio is designed in a modular fashion for maximum flexibility and cost effectiveness. Researchers can minimize costs, choosing only what options, if any, are valuable to their research.


Features Specifications and Options
Platform Windows® 7
Operational Modes Online (from cameras) and Offline (from files)
Synchrony with neural data recording (NDAQ) systems - OmniPlex and OmniPlex D Systems
- MAP Systems
Timing clock 1MHz
Resolution of time stamps 25µsec
Video and neural data file synchrony Simultaneous starting, stopping, pausing and resuming of both files
Files read .MPEG and .MJPEG files
Video file format generated Standard .AVI files in MPEG format
Video file compression MPEG quality adjustable from 1 to 10
Number of cameras supported 1 to 4
Tracking data saved to .DVT and .AVI files
Export options Excel®, MATLAB®, or text files

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