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Epiphan VGADVI Broadcaster
Captures, combines, and streams audio, Full HD video and SD video. Quiet, portable recording for DVI, HDMI, VGA, DisplayPort, S-Video, and composite sources.
Features at a glance
VGADVI Broadcaster captures HD video sources such as a computer monitor, RADAR display or ultrasound monitor as well as SD video sources such as a camera feed. VGADVI Broadcaster can stream these sources as two synchronized, time-stamped streams or a multi-source layout with customized branding. Streams can be remotely accessed through web browsers, media players, mobile devices or set-top boxes. Streams can be recorded to local storage and downloaded at a later date.
VGADVI Broadcaster is easy to setup and use, and works straight out of the box. Once configured, it does not require the use of a computer or any additional equipment – simply power it on to start encoding and streaming.
Capture from screens or cameras at Full HD resolution
Stream while recording
Manage and control either locally or over a network
Capture presentation camera, slides and voice simultaneously
Supports VGA, DVI, HDMI, S-Video, composite, & RGB component
Use it everywhere – it’s portable with no software to install
Stream directly to set-top boxes, smart TVs, and electronic signs via MPEG-TS
Two video input channels (1 HD, 1 SD)
Single stream or independent streaming and recording
Choose to display the video from one or both video sources, display the video side-by-side or picture in picture.
VGADVI Broadcaster automatically scales inputs to match your configured layout settings.
Add your corporate color as a background and your company logo, the date, time, and presenter name.
Overlay video with timestamp information and other text.
Upload a custom image to display when the channel does not have a signal or if your input signal is interrupted for any reason.
VGADVI Broadcaster supports a wide range of live streaming formats and protocols enabling it to stream video to media players, Content Delivery Networks and multicast networks using industry standard streaming formats including FLV, ASF, MJPEG and via TCP/UDP using RTSP.
Supports Multicast Streaming via UDP using RTP, MPEG-TS RTP, MPEG-TS and publishes to streaming servers (CDNs) via RTMP and RTSP.
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