Epiphan VGADVI Broadcaster

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  • Epiphan VGADVI Broadcaster
  • VGA to DVI-I Cable
  • HDMI to DVI-I Adapter
  • DVI-I to DVI-I Cable
  • Composite to S-Video Cable
  • 2 x Ethernet Cables
  • Power over Ethernet Injector

The Epiphan VGADVI Broadcaster captures, combines, records, and streams audio, Full HD video, and SD video. This quiet, portable recording and streaming device can stream directly to a handful of viewers or reach a broad audience via multicast or a content distribution network (CDN). The VGADVI Broadcaster can also provide content to your set-top boxes and digital signs via UPnP and SAP network announce protocols.

The VGADVI Broadcaster captures HD video from sources such as computer monitors, RADAR displays, or ultrasound monitors, as well as SD video signals such as from a camera feed. The 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. The 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.

Video Input:1 x DVI (Convertible to HDMI or VGA using supplied adapters)
1 x S-Video (NTSC/PAL)(Convertible to Composite using supplied adapters)
*Component input requires optional VGA to Componentadapters
*EDIDs can be uploaded to the device
Resolutions:VESA Modes: 640 x 480 to 1920 x 1200
Custom VGA/DVI modes
HD Video Format Options:RGB plus separate HSync and VSync signals
RGB plus CSYNC signal
RGB with Sync-on-Greensynchronization
DVI single links
Audio Input:3 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo analog audio
Audio Input Levels:Mic and line-in
Video Output:1 x DVI-I (pass-through)
*This output performs as a splitter/converter. Analog and Digital versionsare always output with automatic D/A or A/D applied.
Audio Output:1 x 3.5 mm stereo audio
Video Codec:H.264, MPEG-4, Motion JPEG
Video Bit Rates:Configurable from 100 - 9999 kbit/sec
Key Frame Intervals:Programmable
Color Resolution:YUV 4:2:0
Frame Size:Configurable to up to 1920 x 1200
Frame Rates:30 fps at 1920 x 1080p (or smaller), 25 fps at 1920 x 1200
Audio Codec:MP3 at 32-192 kbps bit rate and 22/44 kHz frequencies
PCM at 22/44 kHz frequencies
AAC at 32-192kbps bit rate and 16/22/44 kHz frequencies
G.711 at 8 kHz (a-Law) and 8 kHz (µ-Law)
Audio Channels:1 stereo channel
Network Interface:1 x Ethernet RJ45 10/100 (PoE - spec: IEEE 802.3af class 0)
Streams:FLV, ASF, and MJPEG over HTTP
Multicast Streams:RTP, MPEG-TS, and MPEG-TS/RTP over UDP
Publish to Streaming Server / CDN:RTMP, RTSP
Network Discovery / Announce:UPnP, SAP
Internal Storage:8 GB (solid state)
No recorded file size limits when configured with local or network attachedstorage, enabling 24/7 recording
Automatically removes oldest recordings from internal storage as space isrequired
File maintenance through admin interface (Web UI)
Local Storage:Automatic copy to local USB drives via two USB 2.0 ports
Network Storage:FTP server and FTP client capabilities (automatic and manual)
Copy to USB drive (automatic and manual)RSYNC/CIFS synchronization
Playback and Recorded Formats:Download recorded videos (AVI, MPEG-TS, or MOV) using the Web UI and playback through any compatibleplayer
Administration:Web UI allows for full administrative capabilities and includes multiple user accounts/passwords
Included API for integration into existing environments (executed via HTTP or RS-232); RS-232 API integrationrequires a USB to RS-232 adapter (not included)
Time Synchronization:NTP, TIME (RFC 868), PTP v1 (IEEE-1588-2002 V1)
Dimensions:8 x 4.1 x 1.4" (20 x 10.5 x 3.5 cm)
Weight:1.4 lb (0.64 kg)