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Captures, combines, and streams audio, full HD video and SD video for DVI, HDMI, VGA, DisplayPort, S-Video, and composite sources
Captures, combines, and streams audio, full HD video and SD video. Quiet, portable recording for DVI, HDMI, VGA, DisplayPort, S-Video, and composite sources.
Features at a glance
VGADVI Broadcaster™ captures HD video sources such as a computer monitor, RADAR display or ultrasound monitor as well as SD video sources such as a camera feed. VGADVI Broadcaster can stream these sources as two synchronized, time-stamped streams or a multi-source layout with customized branding. Streams can be remotely accessed through web browsers, media players, mobile devices or set-top-boxes. Streams can be recorded to local storage and downloaded at a later date.
VGADVI Broadcaster is easy to setup and use, and works straight out of the box. Once configured, it does not require the use of a computer or any additional equipment - simply power it on to start encoding and streaming.
What's in the box?
1 Using DVI-I port, with supplied adapter or cable
2 Requires component to VGA adapter (not included)
3 Using S-video port with supplied adapter
4 Frame rate may differ under certain conditions