Hi-Tech Unveils ‘Stream Breeze’ Streaming Recorder

Provides control over multiple video sources and a way to seamlessly stream, record, project or otherwise broadcast video.
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Hi-Tech Enterprises, Inc., a provider of new and used broadcast video equipment located in Clearwater, Fla. unveils the “Stream Breeze,” a multifunction, customizable, multimedia-streaming recorder.

The Stream Breeze provides a way to control multiple video sources and provide a way to seamlessly stream, record, project or otherwise broadcast video, Hi-Tech says in a written statement.

The Stream Breeze is available in three basic models, and all are National Television System Committee (NTSC) or “phase alternating line” (PAL) capable, the firm says. All Stream Breeze systems have a variety of functions and features essential for a professional looking webcast. Each model is designed for a specific market, so most users can utilize the features best suited for their application and budget, Hi-Tech says. In addition, if a client’s application is more specialized, Hi-Tech says it will custom configure a unit.

The units all feature four real-time inputs to switch or record, as well as built-in graphic and video clip players that can be switched as well. The higher-end models have the ability to change any input that is not being used to an output, the company says. The entry-level system allows USB, internet-protocol (IP) cameras and even cell phones to be used as virtual inputs. The user can switch from each of those in real time and multiple images can be displayed on the screen for a professional look. The unit’s small, light weight case, and portability, make set up easy, and that leads to video streaming in a matter of minutes, the company says.