Haivision Promotes Live Streaming Workflows

Its product demos feature SRT-enabled solutions for low latency video contribution, distribution and delivery across LAN, WAN, satellite and public internet.

Haivision will demonstrate its latest H.264, H.265/HEVC and HD/4K encoding, decoding and transcoding network solutions.

This includes contribution and distribution workflows with Makito X encoders/decoders and the Haivision Media Gateway for multi-camera synchronized remote production, live interviews, international syndication and distribution of live linear content to OTT with ad insertion.

There are delivery workflows with the KB internet streaming compact and server-based encoding/transcoding appliances for 4K live event streaming, Haivision Video Cloud for cloud video delivery to broad internet audiences and Haivision Connect DVR for time-delayed video delivery.

Enterprise communications workflows are also featured with the Haivision Media Platform for corporate webcasting for VOD, IPTV with set-top box device control and performance recording.

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