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New Features for MPEG-4 H.264 Encoder Starting $3.5K

VidOvation leads the way in providing turn-key solutions for IPTV, Live Television, VidOvation TV VEN-2200 MPEG-4 H.264 Encoder Stand-aloneand Video Distribution on your own network. Please see some of the new features below.Save time and hassle with auto video configuration. Synchronize the audio and video lip-sync inside the encoder with no external hardware. Save the cost of external scaling with basic built in scaling capability. New built in features streamline and help expedite technical support.Today we are featuring the VidOvation TV family of MPEG-4 AVC H.264 encoders which offer the industry’s highest channel density at prices starting at $3.5K per channel for SD.  This is an industry first!

Call us for additional price breaks at +1-949-777-5435.

New Features:

    • Auto-detection on input video with auto configuration and some scaling
    • Additional audio encoding with two more MEPG-1 Layer II stereo and mono encoding
    • Audio sync adjustment for up to 100 milliseconds of manual A/V synchronization
    • SD resolutions and SD scaling to 640x480p29.97, 528x480p29.97, 640x576p25 and 528x576p25. Ideal for computer displays
    • Support tab to send an e-mail to tech support with log and configuration files

In addition to providing leading technology, VidOvation can guide you through VidOvation TV VEN-5200 MPEG-4 H.264 Encoder openGearthe design and implementation process of your Video system to help you avoid costly mistakes and deliver the highest quality solution for your budget.

The VidOvation TV encoder platform is unique in the industry supporting up to 10 channels of SD or HD per rack-unit and with resolutions up to 1080p60. The VidOvation TV encoder family is also one of the few encoders in its price range to offer both DVB-ASI and IP outputs standard and can be configured to provide SMPTE 2022 forward error correction.

If you want to learn more about VidOvation and how we can help with your video and data communications needs just call me at +1-949-777-5435. If you act now, receive additional discounts. Call now and save!

My team and I look forward to helping you.

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Is webcasting still the future?

Broadcasting live video to the internet, or webcasting, is already a powerful tool for houses of worship, but what will it mean in the future?

WORSHIP AVL ASIA Autumn 2013

WEBCASTING HAS COME A LONG way since its advent in the mid 1990s. Back then it was Apple who pioneered the technology, first broadcasting concerts online in 1995 and 1996, swiftly followed by the Grammy Awards. By August 1998 a wedding was broadcast over the internet for the first time and then the world slowly woke up to the potential of delivering video content via the world wide web. In the years since it has become a cornerstone of content delivery for everyone from major broadcasters to houses of worship seeking to spread the word far beyond the walls of a sanctuary.

But in that time the technology required to make webcasting a reality has developed enormously, dropping in price and becoming increasingly simple to use. Meanwhile, the way congregants watch content has changed. Once the only way to watch a webcast was on a desktop computer, now people can view vastly improved content on a smartphone or a tablet – a technology pioneered, ironically, by Apple.

So is webcasting still the future or has it become the present? The answer, it seems, is that its time has very much arrived.

Webcasting live to the web has never been easier than today,’ says Jim Jachetta, CEO of US-based video specialist VidOvation. ‘A few years ago expensive equipment from multiple vendors was required. Today highly cost effective appliances are available in a PC or Notebook platforms. That’s how VidOstream webcasting works Integrate a video production switcher, video effects, Chroma-key, virtual studio and software encoders for high definition Flash, Windows Media and MPEG4 (H.264). An example is the VidOstream family of webcasting appliances.’…

Streaming Webcasting VidOstream VidOvation

 

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Learn Live Video Streaming & Webcasting with Multiple Cameras

Are you interested in Live Webcasting with Multiple Camera and want to learn more from multi-camera video streaming webcastingVidOvation, one of the leading vendors in this space?

Do you want to learn how to prevent costly mistakes in designing and implementing a Webcasting system?

Do you want to know how VidOvation can design you a broadcast quality Webcasting and Multi-camera Production Switcher System at 1/3 the cost of competing systems?

If so, please register below.

Learn more about:

  • How to do a Broadcast Quality Webcast
  • Let’s Start with the Cameras
  • Switchers for Multi-Camera Webcasts
  • Audio Sources for the Webcast
  • Getting the Stream(s) on the Web
  • Steam Live Video via LAN, WIFI, Satellite and Bonded Cellular
  • Hosting the Live Streams
  • Multiple Live Camera Sources
  • Archiving Content
  • Adding Slides and Graphics to my Webcast

Please click to register to Download your FREE guide, Live Webcasting & Video Streaming Made Easy with VidOstream Family. 

 

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VidOvation Showcases New Product Additions for its Broadcast, Corporate, and Government AV Product Lines at NAB 2013

Moving Video ForwardPress Contact:
Curtis Chan
Cognitive Impact
714.447.4993
curtis@cognitiveimpact.com
or pr@vidovation.com

For Immediate Release


VidOvation Showcases New Product Additions for its Broadcast, Corporate, and Government AV Product Lines at NAB 2013

Innovative IPTV, Webcasting, 60GHz wireless HD-SDI, and Fiber Optic Transport systems delivers broadcast quality audio/video at 1/3 the cost


Las Vegas, Nevada, April 3, 2013 – NAB Booth #:
N1307 – VidOvation, a leading technology provider of video and data communication systems to the broadcast television, sports, corporate audio-visual, and government markets, announced today that they will debut at NAB, as part of their expanded business strategy, a new line of product families for IPTV, Webcasting and Fiber Optic Transport designed to increase system performance and flexibility while dramatically reducing overall acquisition, implementation and support costs. The new product families include:

1)    The VidLink II-5 60GHz wireless video link system can be used in ad hoc or permanent installations and features zero frame delay, zero interference, uncompressed 1.5G HD-SDI video, 270Mb/s SD and DVB ASI, globally allocated unlicensed 60 GHz spectrum, no channel coding, ruggedized and water resistant enclosure, water resistant connections, and range for HD of 500m and SD greater than 1000m. Continue reading

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VidOvation Expands its Strategy to Bring Affordable, Broadcast Quality Audio and Video to the Corporate and Government Markets

Moving Video ForwardPress Contact:
Buzz Walker
Cognitive Impact
714.447.4993
buzz@cognitiveimpact.com
www.cognitiveimpact.com
or pr@vidovation.com

 For Immediate Release 

VidOvation Expands its Strategy to Bring Affordable, Broadcast Quality Audio and Video to the Corporate and Government Markets

Simplified Fiber Optic Transport Systems, IPTV, and Multi-camera Video Streaming over Wi-Fi, Wired, and Cellular Networks will be Showcased at NAB 2013

Irvine, CA, March 14, 2013 – VidOvation, a leading technology provider of video and data communication systems to the broadcast television and sports markets, announced today the expansion of their corporate strategy to bring their innovative broadcast expertise and technology to corporate AV and government customers at a system and implementation price point that will encourage early adoption from technology leaders and followers alike.

VidOvation’s expanded strategy will focus on three new technologies: 1) IPTV and Video-over-IP systems implemented in an open architecture to provide high end features, quality, and performance at a price point comparable to low end systems; 2) Webcasting and Video Streaming technology providing streaming and encoding for up to 4 cameras over Wi-Fi, wired, and cellular networks at 1/3 the implementation cost of competitive systems; and 3) Fiber optic transmission systems that are the price – performance leader and can connect to SD/HD-SDI, broadband, or RF networks. Continue reading

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