Sending encoded video across networks or over the Internet to a decoder usually involves re-configuring firewalls and routers. DVS-100 overcomes this complication, allowing any user to send and receive video over a standard IP network with ease.
DVS-100 is FREE software from Datavideo that allows you to easily connect multiple NVS encoder and NVD decoders over the internet or a local network. In addition to this, DVS-100 allows hundreds or even thousands of clients to connect a single stream. Clients can be multiple NVD decoders or even PCs, laptops, iOS devices or other connected devices that have a free player, such as VLC Media Player installed.
DVS-100 can be installed on your own internal server, or on 3rd party Cloud servers (such as Amazon or DigitalOcean).
Here's an overview of our vendors exhibiting at ISE 2020. Please call us on +44 (0)1457 851000 if you would like to book a stand tour with one of our manufacturers. BLACKMAGIC DESIGN HALL 3, STAND C140 The Video Assist 12G 5” and 7” monitor recorders are now shipping. The original HD versions were incredibly popular with AV technicians who wanted to verify SDI and HDMI feeds and check waveform levels. For production teams, their 4K HDR capture makes them a superb on-camera SD card recorder. The ATEM Mini is a very small, cost-effective 4 channel HDMI video switcher with streaming output. Great as a portable mixer or a signal switcher, it’s being adopted by everyone from conference producers to AV technicians looking for simple HDMI switching.
Datavideo's DAC-75T is designed to convert video signals from VGA, HDMI, SDI to HDMI or SDI. With touchscreen control, it's a great ally for venues, conference teams and AV rental teams that need to be ready for whatever the presenter needs to project. DAC-75T makes childplay of connecting your source to a screen or projector. The DAC-75T does upscaling, downscaling and standards conversion for any HDMI, VGA or SDI device to any HDMI or SDI screen or projector. RCA inputs allow audio to be embedded to the output of the video signal for recording purposes.
Launching at BVE 2016 in London, Datavideo’s new streaming solution enables organizations and individuals to set up their own multi-channel streaming service. With an initial investment of less than £1,000 and a $5 monthly subscription to a cloud network, users can stream live, create a video on demand library and share (or restrict) video content globally. The entire set up is designed to take around 10 minutes and to be fully scalable, with channel owners determining the audience size and the number of channels.
Datavideo's IBC highlights