NAB 2016: Haivision All About Live Encoding in Vegas
Enterprise video and streaming solutions provider Haivision will showcase technologies that help broadcasters distribute more video at less cost at NAB 2016. Steps away from the Las Vegas Convention Center at the Renaissance Hotel, Haivision will demonstrate new live video workflows powered by H.264, HEVC/H.265 and UHD/4K encoding and transcoding, as well as hybrid cloud contribution and distribution workflows. Haivision will showcase the following technologies:
Live HEVC Encoders/Transcoders
Learn how Haivision’s new HEVC hardware appliance and software-based encoders and transcoders stream over bandwidth-constricted networks.
Live 4K Encoder
Haivision’s new live 4K encoder fuels high-quality streaming events, supporting the latest video compression (HEVC/H.265 and H.264) and encapsulation (MPEG-DASH, HLS, RTMP) standards.
Public Internet Workflows
See how to replace expensive satellite and custom network infrastructures by making lower cost and readily available public Internet connections reliable and secure with Haivision’s SRT protocol.
Makito X Video Encoder
The Makito X Video Encoder offers high-quality performance with the industry’s leading live, low latency, H.264 encoder and decoder appliances.
Haivision will also demonstrate its video contribution and distribution video streaming solutions leveraging AWS Marketplace, Microsoft Azure and Akamai.
Haivision will also demonstrate important broadcast solutions from three technology partners. Powered by Haivision’s video streaming technologies, these solutions showcase the opportunities of broadcasting high quality video using readily available and cost effective Internet connections:
Mobile Contribution and Monitoring
ENG provider Accelerated Media Technologies, a provider of electronic news gathering, digital satellite news gathering and electronic field production vehicles, will demonstrate ENGenesis, the next generation 2/7GHz BAS Band system leveraging LTE technology and supporting bi-directional low latency video between broadcast trucks and television stations.
Remote Caller Production
The Video Call Center has created a platform supporting video caller television. At the intersection of social and mass media, TV and the web, the Video Call Center enables a talk show host to operate from their local station and engage remote audiences using video calls from laptops, mobile devices and Skype.
Globelynx, the broadcast technology company, will demonstrate how they help global Fortune 500 companies promote their expertise and increase brand exposure with reliable, high quality interviews that can go on-air instantly from the branded environment of the office.