Teracue eyevis Debuts New Products

German manufacturer of IPTV and IP video systems Teracue eyevis GmbH, has introduced its new ENC-400 H.264 fanless video encoder and recorder. It also introduced ICUE GRID, Teracue’s new IP video wall solution.

The core of the new Teracue eyevis GmbH ENC-400 is the dual channel H.264 encoding and recording engine. It can deliver multiple streams in multiple bitrates and protocols to multiple destinations. The build-in frame synchronizer guarantees stable signal processing. Both inputs provide loop through outputs and can be used for redundancy switching or as sources for two individual encodings.

Addressing both broadcast and webcast use, the ENC-400 lets the user decide between different transmission protocols that fit the job best: UDP/RTP Transport Stream for low delay point-to-point connections and Multicast IPTV, RTMP/RTSP or HLS for webcasts in combination with a streaming server. Simultaneous operation is self-evident even at different or adaptive bitrates. Teracrypt encryption can be applied for those cases where the video content needs to be protected. Even a motion detection App is built in for monitoring different areas in the video.

ICUE-GRID

ICUE-GRID is a pure decentralized IP based multi-room video wall solution and scales almost infinitely. It offers a completely flexible positioning of videos in any resolution up to 4K on the video wall. The embedded bezel correction makes it possible to use monitors with any frame size.

ICUE-GRID uses the IP network to distribute the signals. Every single display has its own processing unit mounted at the back. The combined performance of all these distributed units is managed by the web based ICUE-GRID controller that can be installed anywhere in the network. This intuitive management tool together with the distributed GRID processing eliminates the need for a traditional expensive video wall controller.

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