Wide codec support, professional quality, and supporting multi-display streaming
At InfoComm 2016, AVerMedia Technologies displayed its latest HEVC encoding and streaming solutions. They will be located at booth N1275 of the Las Vegas Convention Center from June 8th to June 10th.
Professional 4K Encoding, and Streaming Solutions
AVerMedia will display myriad encoding and streaming products, encompassing top-tier 4K HEVC/H.265 compression for UHD content to standard AVC/H.264 compression. AVerMedia’s professional products offer fantastic codec support and quality, while supporting multi-display streaming and processing. Their live encoders can ingest up to 4K content and simultaneously encode it into HEVC and H.264 streams, turning a single capture source into multiple output streams for a multitude of devices. The ability to variegate resolutions and codecs is perfect for TV operators and OTT purposes; users can provide optimal video quality for a variety of commercial uses like digital signage, medical imaging, automated inspection, and more.
At InfoComm, AVerMedia puts the spotlight on the AVerCaster HEVC RS9260 – able to broadcast live TV and 4K video to a broad audience over a network. It uses a 2U rack-mounted server employing redundant dual power supplies and Ethernet interfaces for stability. The RS9260 supports up to 4K HDMI 2.0 input and boasts a wide range of encoding, bit rate, and resolution options.
Powerful Video Capture Cards – Record 4K UHD Video at High Frame Rates
Striving to keep up with nascent UHD displays and technology, AVerMedia offers a variety of PCIe, Mini PCIe, and USB video capture devices for recording on-screen content at any resolution. Their recently-released flagship cards can capture up to 4K video at 60FPS with under 50ms latency and formidable throughput of up to 18 Gbps via HDMI 2.0.
AVerMedia offers the best broadcasting solutions, professional consulting, and a wealth of knowledge in OTT and digital signage operations. With their latest generation of video encoding, streaming, and capture solutions, users can reduce costs while improving their systems.
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