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HaiVision Makito Makes Its Debut

At the 2009 NAB Show, HaiVision Network Video unveiled the Makito, a compact HD video encoder that combines the efficiencies of H.264 video compression and the image quality of full HD video. The Mak 4/22/2009 3:43 AM Eastern

HaiVision Makito Makes Its Debut

At the 2009 NAB Show, HaiVision Network Video unveiled the Makito, a compact HD video encoder that combines the efficiencies of H.264 video compression and the image quality of full HD video. The Makito is also fully integrated with Video Furnace System 5, HaiVision's end-to-end HD H.264 IP video distribution solution.

At the 2009 NAB Show in Las Vegas this week, HaiVision Network Video unveiled the Makito, a compact HD video encoder that combines the efficiencies of H.264 video compression and the image quality of full HD video, according to the company. The Makito is also fully integrated with Video Furnace System 5, HaiVision's end-to-end HD H.264 IP video distribution solution.

The Makito is designed to future-proof network video installations, supporting SD and HD up to 1080p60, say the company. The encoder also has many of the advanced features of the company's hai1000 Mako-HD platform, including the ability to produce multiple stream resolutions from a single source (HiLo Streaming), sending high bit rate video to performance end points and lower-bandwidth video for mass consumptions.

"The Makito enables a new generation of video users who have access to full HD capability over their networks," said Mirko Wicha, president and CEO of HaiVision Network Video, in a statement.

According to the company, the Makito strictly adheres to H.264 industry standards and is compatible with a variety of video-over-IP systems, streaming servers like Flash and QuickTime, set-top boxes, and soft players like HaiVision's InStream desktop player.

The Makito is available as a compact appliance or in a mini-blade format.



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