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Osprey Video Plans for the Future of Video Capture With New Capture Card Series and USB 3.0 Devices Posted: 26/04/2017
Osprey Video today announced a host of new video-capture cards and devices built on the company's longstanding and proven technology. The new products are compatible with a wide range of applications. Suitable for OEMs and ISVs, these products allow organizations of any size and type to ingest video from SDI to 12G via high-density PCIe cards or external USB 3.0 capture devices.
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Osprey Video Expands Line of Products for Creating Complete Streaming and Broadcast Workflows Posted: 11/04/2017
In a major expansion of its lineup of end-to-end live-streaming workflow products that complement its flagship capture cards and hardware encoders, Osprey Video today announced the addition of 10 new range extender, multiviewer, converter, and video-capture products. The new products create end-to-end streaming-workflow solutions that help video operations of all types and sizes deliver the highest quality video affordably and reliably.
Tags: Osprey Video | products | streaming | broadcast | workflows | expansion | types | sizes | quality | online video
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Osprey Video Adds New Talon Hardware Encoders for Affordable, Broadcast-Quality Video Delivery With Maximum Ease of Use Posted: 31/03/2017
In a move to expand its Talon line of stand-alone hardware encoders -- launched at last year's NAB Show with the award-winning Talon G1 three-channel streaming contribution encoder -- Osprey Video today announced three new Talon models. The devices, two encoders and one decoder, combine ease of use with broadcast-quality video delivery in a small form factor, and at a price that is unprecedented for this level of quality.
Tags: Osprey Video | Talon | Hardware encoder | hardware decoder | broadcast | video | Talon G1H H.264 Encoder | Talon G2 Decoder | Talon G2 Contribution Encoder | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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Osprey Video at the 2017 NAB Show Posted: 09/02/2017
Osprey Video's line of hardware encoders -- launched at last year's NAB Show with the award-winning Talon G1 three-channel streaming contribution encoder -- continues to mature with the addition of new models, new features, and new and tighter integrations with some of the industry's leading streaming platforms. Such integrations, a key focus for Osprey Video this year, reduce complexity for the user by creating streaming solutions for multiple applications in numerous industries.
Tags: Osprey Video | 2017 NAB Show | Hardware encoder | Talon G1 | features | application | Capture Cards | Converter | USB Capture card | 4K | UHD | 12G | HDMI 2.0 | IP | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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Osprey Video and Streamovations Join Forces on End-to-End Multilingual Streaming Solution Posted: 25/01/2017
Osprey Video has formed a partnership with Belgium-based multilingual streaming company Streamovations. The partnership allows the two companies' customers to stream events in multiple languages through a single turnkey system based on Streamovations' software that's certified to work with Osprey Video's hardware.
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Osprey Video Launches Talon G1H Encoder for Affordable, One-Button, Broadcast-Quality Web Streaming Posted: 19/01/2017
Osprey Video has expanded its encoder lineup once again with the addition of the Talon G1H, a stand-alone hardware encoder with nearly all of the key features of its award-winning predecessor, the Talon G1, but at a lower price and with greater ease of use. The device is designed for video operations outside of the professional broadcast market that still need to stream broadcast-grade video.
Tags: Osprey Video | G1H Encoder | one button | broadcast | quality | web | streaming | device | video operations | HD-SDI | input | business
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Osprey Video Announces H.264 Hardware Decoder and Two New SDI-to-HDMI Converters Posted: 31/05/2016
In a continual expansion of its product line, Osprey Video today announced three new devices to complement its flagship video-capture cards: the Talon G1 H.264 hardware decoder and two SDI-to-HDMI converters.
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Osprey Video Integrates Encoding Products With Wowza Streaming Cloud Posted: 19/04/2016
Osprey Video today announced that its encoding products now integrate with the Wowza Streaming Cloud(TM) streaming service. The integration solidifies Osprey as a Wowza Media Systems(TM) Technology Alliance partner whose complementary products combine with Wowza's technology to create a best-of-breed streaming solution for multiple applications in numerous industries. 
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Osprey Video Announces Capture Card With Four Independent Input Channels for High-Density, SDI-Based Applications Posted: 14/04/2016
Osprey Video today announced the launch of the Osprey 840e video capture card. Built for customers who rely on SDI ingest in high-density applications, the Osprey 840e card features four independent, highly configurable input channels.
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Osprey Video Introduces Free Software Encoding Streaming Application for Its Capture Cards Posted: 02/03/2016
Osprey Video today announced the launch of Ceylon, a free software encoding/streaming application that complements the company's video capture cards. Ceylon is specifically designed to work with Osprey cards, exposing certain Osprey properties that no other encoding application does.
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Osprey Video Announces Hardware-Based Streaming Contribution Encoder Posted: 16/02/2016
Osprey Video today announced the Osprey Talon G1 three-channel hardware-based streaming contribution encoder, the first in a lineup of hardware encoding solutions and other live-streaming workflow products Osprey has developed to complement its flagship capture cards. Designed for A/V and broadcast customers looking for end-to-end video-streaming tools, the Talon G1 ingests video from multiple formats, encodes it to H.264, and delivers it over IP. 
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Osprey Video at the 2016 NAB Show Posted: 09/02/2016

At the 2016 NAB Show, Osprey Video will showcase the latest innovations in its line of capture cards, converters, software, and peripherals that drive a broad range of live-streaming applications around the world. Customers have come to expect more and more from streaming products. To help keep its customers ahead of the game, Osprey has built upon its proven leadership in high-end capture technology with new converting, switching, distributing, and encoding products that address the entire video workflow. 

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