DVEO Mini Encoder For NDI/HDMI Workflows

DVEO’s Mini D-Streame addresses the need to convert and decode NDI streams.

At 5.5 inches in size the Mini D-Streamer is a real time H.265, H.264, or MPEG-2 decoder that receives NDI IP transport streams and decodes them to HDMI. It is Linux based and remotely manageable. Streaming in real time, it can receive and decode live NDI video from remote sites, CDNs, or NDI compatible appliances.

DVEO's UK distributor, Cache Media, said: “DVEO has really stolen a march on other companies in this field by providing the perfect solution to those wanting to utilise NewTek’s groundbreaking protocol.”

“Streaming video via Flash, HLS, or RTSP has emerged as a very efficient methodology for delivering SD and HD content over the public internet. Until now there were not many decoders/receivers that decode incoming NewTek NDI streams to HDMI. The Mini D-Streamer NDI/HDMI is designed to address this need and deliver a professional d-streaming and decoding device for the public internet. “

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