Record up to 16 SDI or HDMI sources and an unlimited* number of IP sources at the same time
The DVS-200 is a revolutionary server software that allows users to stream video to multiple platforms such as CDNs, social networks, and websites simultaneously. It can encode/stream, transcode, and record video simultaneously.
The DVS-200 is an ideal tool to increase viewers by delivering your stream to a wider audience throughout multiple networks such as Facebook, Youtube, UStream and corporate or personal websites.
The DVS-200 can accept multiple ingestions at the same time, making it a multi-channel recorder as well. The recorded content can be saved on the local hard drive and can be viewed through VOD (video on demand) later.
Your presentations and live events can be delivered directly to your viewers no matter what device they use. The hosted web player supports all mobile and desktop devices. Additionally, the optional NVD-30 or NVD-35 decoders can be used for a true IPTV experience.
By default the streaming destinations and recording (start / stop) must be controlled via the web interface. An optional API plugin (DVS-200SCM) allows an external controller such as those from Extron or Crestron to add and remove streaming destinations and start and stop recording.
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.
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