Streaming high-resolution video is no longer a chore to set up, thanks to the latest Teradek connectivity offering, the all-in-one Serv 4K streaming solution, that inputs up to DCI 4K60 HDR video via HDMI or 12G-SDI and encodes high-resolution 4K video to the cloud.
Teradek All-In-One Serv 4K Streaming Solution
The Serv 4K features a
Live streaming has become even easier and more accessible with the release of the new YoloLiv YoloBox Mini, the latest addition to the professional YoloBox encoder/streamer line. Aimed at those who require a simpler, smaller, and more cost-effective cloud streaming solution than the YoloBox and
B&H is happy to announce Teradek’s new 5-in-1 Smart Streaming monitor, the Wave. This 7" IPS LCE monitor has a brightness of 1000 cd/m2, so you can use it indoors and outdoors to watch your program. However, more than just a monitor, the Wave is also a Smart Streaming device, which frees you from having to lug around a separate encoder. The Wave handles encoding, smart event creation, network bonding, and simultaneous multi-streaming to different locations.
Roku is expanding its lineup once again with the new Express 4K+ streaming media player, the Streambar Pro soundbar, and the Voice Remote Pro. The Roku Express 4K+ can stream and output up to 4K UHD, and even upscales Full HD video to near-4K UHD when used with a 4K TV, and 720p video to Full HD when connected to a Full HD TV. It also supports HDR10 to provide vibrant color with your HDR TV and compatible media.
Roku Express 4K+
Looking to stream your video content quickly and reliably from almost anywhere? Count on the VidiU X HD Video Streaming System, from Teradek, for your in-the-field coverage, remote instruction, work presentations, live events, and more. This compact hardware encoder is portable and powerful, letting you stream HD video at the touch of a button. The HDMI-input VidiU X broadcasts your content at resolutions up to 1080p60 using your choice of
MuxLab is announcing its HDMI/IP PTZ Camera Live Streaming Solution, for use in education, conferences, and house of worship environments. This easy-to-use, all-in-one solution provides a 1080p HD PTZ camera, wireless lavalier microphone, AV-over-IP transmitter, and power supplies. The system is ready to go: Just hook it up to your network, put the lav on your main speaker, and bring your viewers into their familiar meeting space
Well, it’s official: streaming media has officially won the content wars. Physical media fought hard, but in the end, its limited resources could not compete with the ever-expanding, ever-improving technological juggernaut that is online streaming. Please take a moment to honor all the fallen Blu-ray players and cable boxes that served us so well over the years.
All right. Now, that that’s done, we can celebrate the winner of the content wars: streaming! Here are the best streaming media devices you can buy in 2021.
Roku Streaming Stick+
A long, long time ago (not that far away), I began one of my first jobs at a multi-campus college that launched one of the first full-time distance learning classrooms in the US. It was my job to manage setting up the cameras, document camera, microphones, and other equipment the teachers needed to transmit their class to the other campuses. I never imagined that experience would now apply to the entire world of education, but here we are. However, the technology has progressed so dramatically from old CRTs and dial-up Internet, that my old
Blackmagic Design has released a new version of its popular ATEM Mini Pro HDMI livestreaming switcher—the ATEM Mini Pro ISO. Blackmagic has also released a companion to the entire ATEM Mini Pro line in the
If you’ve got your mind set on building your PTZ network but you’re not sure what that will—or should—look like, we’ve got a few diagram examples of how different components work together on a PTZ network. Starting with a single-camera setup, then working forward with multi-camera, then adding components such as encoders, video switches, controllers, and software, we’ll walk through a few basic configurations to help take the complexity out of your setup.
Single PTZ Camera to IP Network
The single-camera setup is the simplest to start building
Since we're living in a time of enhanced remote communication, let’s talk a bit about upgrading your video camera and streaming options to optimize your organization's message, and break down all the equipment you’ll need to visualize and automate your environment. One of the most efficient options for automating, consolidating, and broadcasting video to remote viewers is the PTZ camera.
The letters PTZ stand for “Pan, Tilt, Zoom,” which are the basic mechanical functions of these cameras. The acronym “PTZ” has now become synonymous with the
In this strange new world of social distancing, it can become difficult not to feel isolated, so B&H Photo is offering a handful of simple three-camera streaming solutions that allow you to stream to your community, while keeping the number of people needed to produce the stream to a minimum. These twelve kits are well suited for use by houses of worship, but can also easily be used for distance learning, corporate, and community centers, providing information, contact, and
When I was asked recently if I wanted to do a hands-on review of a VIZIO Quantum Dot LED TV, I didn’t want to appear too eager. I am, after all, a professional… but it’s certainly not an everyday occurrence to be asked to take home such a lavish piece of equipment. VIZIO decided to let me try the P659-G1, and I was excited for the opportunity to upgrade from my plasma, at least temporarily. Going into my review process, I wanted to focus
Back in March, Google unveiled Stadia at the 2019 Game Developers Conference. While Google did tease some interesting details about the service, like the ability to stream games at 4K @ 60 fps and automatic game updates, there were a lot of questions still left unanswered. Fortunately, Google finally went into full detail about what Stadia has to offer in a livestream YouTube video, including a launch date, pricing, and more.
At the 2019 Game Developers Conference, in San Francisco, California, Google finally unveiled its highly-anticipated game-streaming service, called Stadia. Stadia is a new video-game platform that can deliver instant access to your favorite games on any type of screen, whether it's a TV, laptop, desktop, tablet, or Android smartphone.
One of the boldest claims from Google is that Stadia will be able to stream a game at up to 4K HDR at 60 fps with surround sound, if you have a fast-enough Internet connection. Stadia would launch games from the