Haivision Announces Makito FX, An Ultra-low Latency, 4K Video Encoder
Makito FX brings real-time HDMI video encoding to operation centers and control rooms.
Designed to meet the stringent security requirements of operation centers and control rooms, the Makito FX can be deployed to remote locations to encode and stream live video into command centers at very low latency, enabling real-time analysis and quick decision-making. The Makito FX can also securely stream control room displays and common operating pictures to collaborate with off-site decision makers.
The Makito FX’s mission-critical features include HDMI input capture, encoding, and IP streaming of live video and computer graphics in resolutions up to 3840x2160p60 with H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC codec as well as support for KLV metadata. The Makito FX also features a hardened operating system, dual network interfaces, and support for IPv6.
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