Enhanced HEVC Encoder over Bonded Cellular and the Public Internet
* 65% Data Cost Savings vs. H.264
* 30% Data Cost Savings vs. other HEVC
AVIWEST MOJOPRO Video Mobile Journalism – Go Live, Capture, Edit, Add Logos, Voice-over from iOS, Android & MacBook Pro
The AVIWEST’s MOJOPRO Series is the ultimate video encoding and live streaming software application range available on mobile devices (iOS and Android™) and MacBook® Pro.
It allows video professionals to flawlessly stream live videos, edit files, and forward recorded content from any location over bonded 3G/4G and Wi-Fi connections in just seconds. MOJOPRO empowers broadcasters creativity right at their fingertips!
The MOJOPRO app gives them a competitive edge by enabling them to stream video content in a matter of seconds. With the optimized interface, advanced camera settings, dynamic resolution, and easy-to-use video and audio editing features, MOJOPRO enables remote journalists and video professionals to create video stories in minutes and directly stream it to any CDN, video streaming service platforms or social networks (Facebook Live, YouTube, and others). read more…
(Video) Featured @NABShow 2018 – 7msec Wireless – 4K & HD via Public Internet – Best in Show HEVC Bonded Cellular
In Booth Interview at NAB 2018 Showing Featured Products
If you missed VidOvation or AVIWEST at NAB 2018, you are in luck. Below is a video highlighting some of the key products introduced at NAB 2018.
AVIWEST PRO380-RA Enhanced HEVC 3G/4G Bonded Cellular Video Transmission System 8 Internal Modems
Enhanced HEVC Encoder over Bonded Cellular and the Public Internet.
- 65% Data Cost Savings vs. H.264
- 30% Data Cost Savings vs. other HEVC
The PRO380-RA supports the best state-of-the-art H.265/HEVC hardware encoder by offering premium video quality with less data usage, and low end-to-end latency (down to 0.5 sec). The PRO380 is our flagship mobile video encoder & transmitter solution designed for live video producers and news gathering professionals looking for contribution performance from any location around the world. With its large set of professional audio and video interfaces, the PRO380-RA supports the best state-of-the-art H.265/HEVC hardware encoder by offering premium video quality with less data usage, and low end-to-end latency (down to 0.5 sec). The widely adopted H.264/AVC video format is supported as well for compliance with deployed infrastructures.
New One-of-a-Kind Ultra-Low-Latency ABonAir Wireless Links
Wireless video link provider ABonAir is renowned for providing extremely low latency in a long-range, high-performance, broadcast-grade wireless system, and VidOvation now represents ABonAir’s products in the United States. ABonAir’s one-of-a-kind solution will benefit VidOvation’s customers in the sports, live events, and newsgathering spaces, where the lowest possible delay is mandatory while preserving high video quality.
At the 2018 NAB Show, VidOvation will for the first time demonstrate ABonAir’s flagship wireless video link — AB512™. Built on a bidirectional radio channel between transmitter and receiver, ABonAir’s wireless video links acknowledge the correct acceptance of each group of pixels, thus providing exceptionally robust and reliable transmission. read more…
Best of Show 2018 TV Technology – AVIWEST PRO380 Enhanced HEVC Bonded Cellular Uplink – Save up to 65% on Cellular Data
Best of Show 2018 TV Technology – AVIWEST — PRO3 Series video uplink system
LAS VEGAS—TV Technology has announced the Best of Show Award winners for the 2018 NAB Show.
NewBay Media’s Best of Show Awards are judged by a panel of engineers and industry experts on the criteria of innovation, feature set, cost efficiency and performance in serving the industry. AVIWEST and VidOvation thank Tom Butts and all the TV Technology judges. Congratulations to our fellow winners.
The winners will be featured in TV Technology magazine, read by thousands of broadcast professionals in the United States, around the world and online. In addition, all nominees will be featured in a Best of Show Program ebook in the near future.
TV Technology is the industry’s leading magazine for broadcast and media technology news and reviews. Companies pay a fee to nominate a product.
The AVIWEST PRO380 Series, the latest generation of AVIWEST’s highly portable video uplink system, is now available to customers in the U.S. and Canada. Packaging a best-in-class H.265/HEVC bonded cellular encoder and transmitter into a compact design, the PRO380 brings powerful bandwidth savings to live remote video production — delivering up to 30 percent savings in cellular data compared with other HEVC solutions on the market and up to 65 percent savings over H.264 uplink solutions.
VidOvation Launches AVIWEST PRO380 Enhanced HEVC Bonded Cellular System in USA – Save 65% in Data Costs – Best of Show NAB 2018
Next-Generation Solution Boasts 65 Percent Data Savings Over H.264 and 30 Percent Data Savings Over Other HEVC Bonded Cellular Systems
LAKE FOREST, Calif. — April 3, 2018 — VidOvation today announced that the AVIWEST PRO380 Series, the latest generation of AVIWEST’s highly portable video uplink system, is now available to customers in the U.S. and Canada. Packaging a best-in-class H.265/HEVC bonded cellular encoder and transmitter into a compact design, the PRO380 brings powerful bandwidth savings to live remote video production — delivering up to 30 percent savings in cellular data compared with other HEVC solutions on the market and up to 65 percent savings over H.264 uplink solutions.
“Broadcasters — especially those who produce sports and live TV — are demanding less costly ways to transmit video from the field to master control. As the master distributor for AVIWEST in North America, we’re thrilled to be able to offer this new series of one-of-a-kind video uplinks to meet that demand in the U.S. and Canada,” said Jim Jachetta, executive vice president and chief technology officer at VidOvation. “AVIWEST’s PRO380 maximizes use of cellular connections and the free public internet and minimizes or eliminates the need for large productions trucks, extensive on-site crews, and expensive satellite.”