The concept of local and personal broadcasting is proliferating, driven by web-accessible or OTT service providers such as Facebook, YouTube & Twitch. In addition to personal streaming from cellphones, many sports and music events and activities are being pushed to online media and this requires a more professional-grade solution, capable of handling industry standard SDI interfaces. Inevitably, the demand for 4K will invade this segment too, and providing a stable, high quality live video stream product becomes the key to this industry. This is where the VEGA-6300 can help.
Based on renowned Ambarella technology, the VEGA-6300 is a small, lightweight, low power video processing engine featuring a range of HEVC and H.264 encoding features. It allows users to capture live video up to 4K/UHD resolution from SDI feeds or from an HDMI 2.0 input, encode for efficient transmission using the latest hardware HEVC compression technology, and then transmit to end users or content delivery networks across an Ethernet or wireless network (using USB network access “dongles”). The unit can create multiple
output streams from a single video input and encode each using different codecs with different parameters.
VEGA-6300 offers a friendly user interface across HTTP, and can be remotely controlled using a CGI-style API. The software package also implements the streaming protocols used by of most of the CDNs, making it straightforward for a user to can upload the video stream to a network.
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