In today's digital landscape, the demand for real-time streaming content has skyrocketed, prompting broadcasters and video creators to prioritize the efficient delivery of high-quality video and audio streams. Hardware-based encoders play a crucial role in this process with their offerings of superior encoding capabilities and seamless transmission. Needless to say, workflows don't have to be interrupted in order to better a stream. Using the Dolby.io Streaming API protocols like SRT, NDI, and WHIP can be ingested directly from the encoders like Teradek, Osprey, and Videon and distributed in WebRTC.
Review these guides for how to setup your preferred tools for real-time streaming integrations.
Elgato Stream Deck is a versatile control panel that simplifies from broadcasting to editing with programmable keys. This tool can help in managing OBS streams by automating specific actions in a physical board.
The Haivision KB Encoder is a high-performance video encoding device that efficiently converts video signals into compressed formats for reliable live streaming and distribution over IP networks.
Osprey Talon is a form-factor H.264 (AVC) and H.265 (HEVC) encoder designed to be easy to use, portable, and easily stream low latency 4k and UHD video encoding from SDI and HDMI. By supporting WHIP, Osprey is able to offer an encoder that can natively encode WebRTC streams at broadcast-level quality.
Teradek VidiU Go is a portable and reliable streaming encoder with broadcast quality of 1080p60 video, bonded network redundancy, and cutting-edge HEVC compression designed for the most challenging production environments.
Videon EdgeCaster is a versatile and powerful edge compute encoder that securely delivers high-quality live video streams to multiple platforms simultaneously, offering a comprehensive solution for efficient video distribution.
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