Ultra Stream HDMI streaming encoder and Eco capture cards to be highlighted

LAS VEGAS — Magewell will hit InfoComm 2018 with a broader product range that includes the AV industry debut of the new Ultra Stream HDMI standalone streaming encoder.

This encoder — designed to be simple to operate for nonprofessional users, the company said — allows users to record or stream high-quality video with a click using on-device buttons or a smartphone app. Users can stream to services including YouTube, Facebook Live or Twitch or to a custom-specified server with streams output to a third-party service and custom server simultaneously. A real-time video preview in the app allows for monitoring. The Ultra Stream HDMI can record video as an MP4 file to a directly-connected USB drive, embedded storage or the associated smartphone.

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The company will also highlight capture solutions such as the Eco Capture family of M.2 video capture cards that feature a compact form factor and low power consumption for use in small and embedded systems. Measuring 22 x 80 mm, the four Eco Capture models support a choice of input interface, channel density and resolution: single-channel 4K (HDMI), dual-channel HD (HDMI or SDI) or quad-channel HD (SDI) all with embedded audio.

Also on display will be the Pro Capture family of PCIe capture cards and Magewell’s external USB Capture Plus devices.

InfoComm 2018 will take place June 6–8 in Las Vegas.

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