Discover Video, LLC, a producer of video streaming and conferencing products and solutions, introduces the latest version of “Discover Video Multimedia Encoder” (DVME) which contains full high definition streaming.
The DVME is a live video encoder that delivers live multimedia video using H.264, Flash, Windows Media, and MPEG-2 and can stream and record in multiple formats simultaneously making it ideal for broadcasters, Discover says.
“DVME is a high performance HD encoder for any PC,” said Rich Mavrogeanes, founder of Discover Video and VBrick Systems. “But DVME goes beyond camera video and allows you to stream and capture your full motion desktop, external xVGA sources, and live video streaming sources.”
DVME is used by many cable-TV stations to provide live broadcasting from remote locations back to their studio, and by major corporations for desktop webcasting. Because DVME supports all popular streaming standards, including multicast, major corporations find DVME the ideal solution for reaching all employees worldwide.
DVME’s simple IP command set makes it is easily integrated with third party control systems, and it is perfect for use with Discover Video's streaming service or with existing services and content management portals and systems. Enterprises using VBrick or other portals now have inexpensive and powerful live and on-demand video streaming at a much reduced cost.
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