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Magewell Expands Recording and Live Streaming Capabilities in Ultra Stream Encoders Posted: 26/05/2020
Magewell Expands Recording and Live Streaming Capabilities in Ultra Stream Encoders

Magewell has released a new upgrade for its award-winning Ultra Stream family of live streaming encoder hardware that further enhances the devices' exceptional ease of use and versatility. Available in all new units and as a free firmware update for existing customers, version 1.3 adds flexible new recording modes alongside expanded streaming protocol support and various minor refinements.

Magewell's Ultra Stream encoders make live streaming remarkably simple even for non-professional users, enabling them to record or stream high-quality video with one click using on-device buttons, a browser-based web interface or an intuitive smartphone app. Designed for users who want to stream but may have minimal technical knowledge, the compact devices are ideal for addressing the increased need for live streaming created by today's stay-at-home and social distancing restrictions.

Tags: live | streaming | stream | encoder | hardware | recorder | recording | encoding | broadcast | professional AV | mobile | HDMI | SDI | Magewell | RTMP | RTSP | Facebook Live | YouTube Live | Twitch
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Intinor to Demonstrate How to Do Remote Production in Live Webinars With Skaarhoj Posted: 21/05/2020
Intinor to Demonstrate How to Do Remote Production in Live Webinars With Skaarhoj

Intinor Technology, Sweden’s leading developer of products and solutions for high quality video over the internet, will be demonstrating how to do remote production in a series of live webinars with Danish company Skaarhoj, manufacturers of universal broadcast control panels. The aim is to showcase how the remote production tools from both Intinor and Skaarhoj complement each other to give a flexible, secure workflow for live production using a variety of different content sources and locations.

Interest in remote production workflows (or REMI) has been on the increase for some time now already. Even before the current global social distancing requirements created an added incentive for broadcasting companies to seek an alternative to the traditional travel-dependent methods of production, the economic and productivity benefits that REMI offers enables companies to more easily meet the rising demand for live content.

Tags: Intinor | SKAARHOJ | Remote Production | Control Panels | live production | workflows | REMI | PTZ Camera | live video | SRT | RTMP | BRT Bifrost error correction | adaptive bitrate | ARQ | network Bonding | IP
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Magewell Adds SRT Streaming to Free Capture Express Software Posted: 15/04/2020
Magewell Adds SRT Streaming to Free Capture Express Software

Magewell today announced a new upgrade of its free Capture Express recording application that expands the software's streaming capabilities. Version 3.2 adds new support for multiple streaming technologies including the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol developed and open-sourced by Haivision.

While Magewell capture devices feature extensive compatibility with popular third-party software for streaming, live production, web conferencing, lecture capture and more, the Capture Express software offers Magewell users a lightweight, dedicated tool for recording, previewing or streaming input sources. Originally designed to help users easily verify their input signals and capture devices, Capture Express has evolved into a simple yet full-fledged capture application supporting video up to 4K at 60 frames per second.

Version 3.0 of Capture Express initially offered easy recording and previewing functionality, and the subsequent version 3.1 added the ability to stream H.264-encoded video using the RTMP protocol. Now, version 3.2 further expands the software's streaming flexibility with support for the SRT protocol as well as MPEG-TS over UDP or RTP. Enabling secure, reliable, low-latency video delivery over unpredictable networks, SRT ensures high-quality streaming experiences even over the public internet. Magewell is a member of the SRT Alliance.

Tags: H.264 | live | streaming | stream | SRT | Secure Reliable Transport | RTMP | RTSP | software | encoding | magewell | 4K | Ultra HD | capture | video | video capture | conversion | IP
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Magewell to Launch Flexible 4K Decoder for NDI and SRT at 2020 NAB Show Posted: 05/03/2020
Magewell to Launch Flexible 4K Decoder for NDI and SRT at 2020 NAB Show

Magewell will unveil its most powerful decoder hardware to date in booth SU5724 at the 2020 NAB Show (April 19-22 in Las Vegas). Believed to be the industry's first hardware decoder to support both Newtek's NDI(r) technology for production-grade media transport and the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol -- developed and open-sourced by Haivision -- for internet-delivered H.264 and H.265 streams, the Pro Convert for NDI(r) to HDMI 4K transforms IP streams up to 4Kp60 for baseband output over HDMI.

The company is also simultaneously launching a second new model, the Pro Convert H.26x to HDMI 4K, which offers the same rich features as the Pro Convert for NDI(r) to HDMI 4K for users who don't require NDI support. Both models also support additional streaming protocols including RTSP, RTMP, UDP, RTP and HTTP streaming.

The two new low-latency converters decode input streams up to 4196x2160 at full 60 frames per second for output to baseband monitors, projectors, production or distribution equipment via an HDMI 2.0 interface. Offering the high reliability, assured performance and compact size of dedicated hardware compared to software-based stream playout, they are perfect for applications including multi-site video distribution; image magnification (IMAG); video walls; digital signage; remote production; or bridging legacy and next-generation media infrastructures.

 

 

Tags: NDI | NewTek | H.264 | H.265 | streaming | stream | SRT | RTMP | RTP | converter | decoder | live | magewell | hardware | convert | conversion | IP | network | broadcast | professional AV | 4K | Ultra HD | UHD | UltraHD | HDMI | digital signage | surveillance | video wall | digital | NAB 2020 | NAB 2020
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Magewell Debuting Versatile, Multi-Protocol Live Stream Decoder at ISE 2020 Posted: 28/01/2020
Magewell Debuting Versatile, Multi-Protocol Live Stream Decoder at ISE 2020

Magewell has announced a versatile new conversion product that seamlessly brings together the worlds of IP-based streaming and baseband AV presentation equipment. The new Pro Convert H.26x to HDMI multi-protocol, SRT-compatible streaming media decoder will make its first public appearance in stand 8-G475 at the ISE 2020 exhibition in Amsterdam.

While earlier Pro Convert models transform professional AV signals to and from NewTek’s NDI® AV-over-IP technology, the new Pro Convert H.26x to HDMI decodes a standard H.264 (AVC) or H.265 (HEVC) compressed video stream into a high-quality HDMI output for connection to baseband monitors, projectors and switchers. Supporting a wide range of streaming protocols for maximum source compatibility, the low-latency decoder is ideal for applications including multi-site video distribution between corporate, educational and church campuses; remote production; surveillance monitoring; digital signage and more.

The Pro Convert H.26x to HDMI is Magewell’s first product to support the SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) open source protocol. Enabling secure, resilient, low-latency video delivery over unpredictable networks, SRT ensures high-quality streaming experiences even over the public internet. Magewell is a proud member of the SRT Alliance. Other supported protocols include RTSP, RTMP, UDP, RTP and HTTP streaming.

Tags: H.264 | H.265 | streaming | stream | SRT | RTMP | RTP | converter | decoder | live | magewell | hardware | convert | conversion | IP | network | broadcast | professional AV | 4K | Ultra HD | UHD | UltraHD | HDMI | digital signage | surveillance | video wall | digital signage | ISE
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ESL chooses Intinor for flagship esports events Posted: 11/09/2019
ESL chooses Intinor for flagship esports events

Stand 14.D10, IBC 2019, RAI, Amsterdam — Intinor Technology, Sweden’s leading developer of products and solutions for high quality video over IP networks, has announced that ESL, the world's largest esports company, has deployed a combination of Intinor’s Direkt router, Direkt router lite, and Direkt receiver units to cover its linear broadcasting needs.

Tags: Intinor | IP | ESL | esports | Direkt router lite | Direkt router | Direkt reciever | linear broadcasting | SDI | Bifrost Reliable Transport | IBC | RTP | HLS | RTMP | SRT | IBC 2019 | IBC 2019
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Intinor launches Direkt Router lite at NAB 2019 Posted: 22/03/2019
Intinor launches Direkt Router lite at NAB 2019

Intinor Technology, Sweden’s leading developer of products and solutions for high quality video over IP networks, has announced that it will launch Direkt Router lite, the world’s smallest, most-robust streaming router at NAB Show 2019 in Las Vegas from 9-11 April.

Tags: Intinor | Direkt Router | NAB | IP | Streaming | NewTek | NDI | redistribution | compression | encoder | network transport protocols | UDP TCP | low latency | Bitfrost Reliable Transport | BRT | REST | REpresentinal State transfer | API | HDI | NDI | RTMP | Realtime Transcoding | NAB 2019 | NAB 2019
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Bridge Technologies Launches Industry-first OTT Monitoring Engine with MPEG-DASH Posted: 03/09/2013
Bridge Technologies Launches Industry-first OTT Monitoring Engine with MPEG-DASH

 Bridge Technologies has launched a new version of its OTT Engine featuring the industrys first implementation of full MPEG-DASH monitoring. The new OTT Engine makes MPEG-DASH support a core part of of the users OTT monitoring capability, is compatible with all Bridge Technologies 1G and 10G probes, and is embedded within the iOS and Android PocketProbe mobile monitoring apps.

Tags: OTT | MPEG-DASH | Monitoring | Mobile | HLS | Smoothstream | RTMP | Analysis | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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Rocksolid HD broadcast quality RTMP streaming Posted: 08/07/2013
Rocksolid HD broadcast quality RTMP streaming

Teracue adds RTMP Flash® streaming to ENC-300 DVI, HDMI, HDSDI encoders

Germanys leading provider for IPTV, end-to-end video-networking and streaming systems Teracue AG announced today support of RTMP Flash ® streaming format for its broadcast quality ENC-300 encoder series.

Tags: rtmp | streaming | encoding | H.264
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iStreamPlanet Announces New RTMP-Based Live Streaming Video Services Posted: 03/01/2013
iStreamPlanet Announces New RTMP-Based Live Streaming Video Services
iStreamPlanet, a leading provider of live and on-demand streaming video solutions, announced today that the company is adding new RTMP-based global acquisition, ingest, and publishing capabilities to its portfolio of live streaming video services. These new capabilities enable broadcasters of all sizes to target a rapidly growing audience tuning in to live content on IP-connected devices. The new services include the ability to acquire a live video source via single-bit-rate RTMP and output multiple-bit-rate RTMP streams, along with the ability to package RTMP streams in Apple(R) HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) for targeting iOS devices.
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