Multi-Channel Sync Encoder
Manage Video Production with Less Equipment and Reduced Costs
Streambox Chroma multi-encoder systems provide secure, real-time, acquisition for broadcasters and enterprise organizations. In addition to high quality contribution, the minimal latency characteristics of the system offers reliable media streaming over different types of IP networks.
The Chroma multi-encoder is a packaged version of the Chroma HD system that includes a 12G/6G/3G/HD-SDI Dual link I/O that enables up to 4 simultaneous encodes.
For further information on the multi-channel encoder, please refer to Chroma HD
Multi-Channel Sync Decoders
Designed for Live Multi-Camera Video Production
The Streambox Multi-Channel Synchronized HD-SDI Decoders enable live production of multi-camera events over IP networks. Event video streams are received from remote sources and then synchronized at the broadcast center. The Multi-Channel Synchronized Decoders simplify live onsite production management with less equipment, helping to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
Ease of Use
Automatically synchronizes 2 to 8 videos within a frame
End to End Content Security with Encryption
Multi-Camera Live Production
Receive and Decode up to 4 or 8 video sources
Real-Time Communications and Collaborations
Low latency Reviews for Communications in Real-Time
High-Density 4 or 8 Channel Decoding from Single System
Lower OpEX Costs
Use Reliable Low-Cost Public Internet and/or Fiber Networking and send less Equipment and Production Resources to Events
New ACT-L3/L5 Optimized Codec
Produces Higher Quality, Low Bandwidth, Lower Latency Video.
LDMP Networking Provides Reliable Video Transport Over Public Internet Networks and Over MPLS/Fiber Networks with Sub-Second Latency.
Encrypted Collaboration via Private Network or Streambox Cloud.
4 or 8 channel HD-SDI video decoding from single system
One-to-One or One-to-Many
Software Media Player or Hardware Decoder Video Playout Options as a Point to Point or Use Cloud for Multi-Point Playout.
500ms – 2 Second End-to-End Latency Over Fiber and Public Internet Networks.