The HS-1300 is a cost effective, all in one 6 channel hand-carry mobile studio with built-in streaming and recording capabilities. It has all the same great features of the HS-1200, with the addition of a built-in H.264 encoder for streaming. Therefore, the workflow is simplified because it is no longer necessary to add an external encoder to do streaming. Simply connect the HS-1300 to a network and begin streaming your program to your preferred CDN. In addition to the streaming capability, the HS-1300 can also record the program output to an SD drive.
Because of its lightweight portable design, the HS-1300 is ideal for various applications such as live concert events, seminars, sporting events and live TV programs that need to mix a variety of video and audio sources.
Other features include a 17.3-inch LCD monitor, which displays the multi-view, dual chromakey, DSK, still store, user memories and PIP.
Why lug around multiple pieces of equipment for your productions when you can have an all in one product like the HS-1300?
Switch, monitor, stream and record simultaneously with the HS-1300.
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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