Datavideo to Launch Four-Channel Streaming Encoder and Recorder at NAB Show

Users can also set defined profiles for streaming to multiple platform
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LAS VEGAS--At the 2018 NAB Show, Datavideo Corp will launch the NVS-40, a four-channel streaming encoder and recorder capable of sending out multiple streams to different destinations simultaneously.

Datavideo   NVS-40

Datavideo  NVS-40

As a single unit comprised of a multichannel video encoder, streaming unit, and recording station, the NVS-40 streams multiple video signals, encoded in a variety of bitrates. Each input channel has its own color correction options to adjust brightness, contrast and saturation.

With its split screen, PIP, and quad-view modes, users can live stream PowerPoint slides along with a camera input of a presenter without a video switcher, and switch modes during their productions using the NVS-40 web user interface.

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Users can also set defined profiles for streaming to multiple platforms, including YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, UStream, Akamai, Wowza, Adobe Media Server, and Datavideo’s own DVS-200 server, and record up to four video sources directly onto a removable SSD drive, which provides hours of high-quality H.264 ISO recordings for use in post production.

The new NVS-40 encoder/recorder will be on display at booth SL9716. 



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