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Jason Brown
h264 Hardware Encoders?
on Apr 12, 2011 at 1:27:41 am

Any other manufacturers here at NAB this year making h264 hardware encoders besides Matrox and Elgato (who doesn't have a presence)?

-Jason


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Noah Kadner
Re: h264 Hardware Encoders?
on Apr 12, 2011 at 8:28:18 am

Will keep an eye out- could use one myself right about now!

Noah

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Bob Zelin
Re: h264 Hardware Encoders?
on Apr 13, 2011 at 5:17:51 am

Blackmagic h.264 Pro Recorder
$495.

This will be included with all Blackmagic switchers as well.

Bob Zelin



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Jason Brown
Re: h264 Hardware Encoders?
on Apr 13, 2011 at 6:02:41 am

This is analog in - h264 out, right? I'm looking specifically hardware TRANScoders...


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Michael Sacci
Re: h264 Hardware Encoders?
on Apr 18, 2011 at 4:43:34 pm

Bob - that is actually something that I'm looking at for live streaming, have you seen the quality at sub 2000Kb bit rates for 720p.


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Michael Chorpash
Re: h264 Hardware Encoders?
on Apr 20, 2011 at 9:22:27 pm

You should really look at Optibase's line of h.264 encoders. We announced a new one called the MGW Micro Premium. It sets a new bar for encoders in terms of price point and features. Here are some other great options from Optibase.

MGW Micro - Compact and rugged h.264 SD

MGW Micro Premium – Compact, rugged, multi-channel, Ultra low latency h.264 HD and SD

MGW x100 – Carrier grade redundancy, multi-channel blade system, supporting h.264 HD and SD

We have thousands of h.264 encoders deployed at simple single channel installs to ones that scale from hundreds of channels.


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