Demonstrations will showcase how the company’s innovations empower IP-based production and media delivery workflows.
Magewell will showcase capture, conversion, and streaming solutions that seamlessly bridge signals, software, streams, and screens.
The video I/O and IP media solutions have become even more crucial for video production and broadcast professionals as they increasingly deploy new remote production models and streaming-centric workflows. Demonstrations of new and recent solutions will include:
- The new USB Fusion video capture and mixing hardware lets users easily combine camera and wired screenshare sources into attractive live presentations for streaming, virtual events, online lectures, webinars, news reporting, video conferencing, and other applications. Featuring two HDMI inputs and one USB webcam input, it lets users switch between sources or combine two inputs into one output and bring the result into popular Windows, Mac, and Linux software via its USB 3.0 interface.
- The flexible new Pro Convert AES67is a multi-format audio encoder, decoder, and I/O interface device. It can convert IP-based audio between AES67 (including compatibility with the SMPTE 2110-30 specification), NDI® (with uncompressed audio), and SRT (with AAC compression), enabling mixed-technology local and remote production workflows that combine third-party products supporting different standards and formats. The device can also encode analog audio into AES67, NDI or SRT streams as an ‘on-ramp’ to IP networks, as well as decoding IP audio streams for analog output.
- The latest updates to the Ultra Encode family of universal live media encoders. Ideal for applications ranging from live streaming and remote contribution to IP-based production, Ultra Encode supports H.264, H.265, and NDI|HX encoding plus a wide range of streaming protocols including SRT, RTMP, RTMPS, RTSP, and HLS. Ultra Encode can also be combined with Magewell’s Pro Convert decoders for end-to-end media transport in NDI|HX or streaming formats, and multiple units can be managed centrally through the Magewell Cloud software.
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