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Datavideo NVS-34 H.264 Dual Streaming Encoder

$899.00
SKU
301528

Dual video streaming server

The NVS-34 is an Dual H.264 multi-platform video streaming server, which offers two distinct bit rate options, for streaming and recording streaming simultaneously. Additionally, the NVS-34 supports vertical video streaming. The encoder accepts SDI and HDMI inputs, along with embedded or analog RCA unbalanced audio. The recording file system supports NTFS, FAT32 or exFat for continuous recording without file size limitations.

Supports dual streaming

NVS-34 can stream to multiple destinations at the same time. This means that you can send the stream to two streaming platforms as well as recording locally on an SD card.

Simultaneous H.264 streaming and recording

NVS-34 supports simultaneous recording in H.264 MP4 format while streaming in RTMPS, RTMP, RTSP, TS, or SRT.

SDI & HDMI Video Inputs with Stereo RCA

NVS-34 has SDI and HDMI inputs for video. For audio, it comes with a stereo RCA input.

Vertical streaming

Vertical video streaming for social media like Facebook and Twitch. Rotate and Central Crop is available.

Record on SD card

Easy to store. The NVS-34 can record MP4 or TS files to an SD card

Remotely controlled by Windows or Mac

Remotely controlled using a mobile device with a web browser.

Supports FAT/NTFS file system

Recording to SD Card with either NTFS and FAT file system continuous recording without file size limitation. 

Support SRT streaming protocol, no need to worry about unreliable network environment

Many broadcasters have experienced pixelated video during live streaming, often due to unstable network environments caused by bandwidth volatility. Streaming RTMP over unreliable, low-bandwidth networks can cause issues. With dvCloud, you can now replace the RTMP protocol with SRT, which will fix most streaming issues you may have. SRT is better than RTMP because it handles problematic networks more efficiently. It requires less bandwidth, and it solves data errors faster. As a result, your viewers will experience a better stream, with less buffering and pixelization.

 
 
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