Haivision Viper

A streaming appliance from Haivision.
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Haivision Viper

Jul 15, 2011 12:38 PM

Haivision Network Video announced the new Viper at InfoComm. The Viper, Haivision’s fifth-generation H.264 technology, is an appliance for capturing, streaming, reviewing, distributing, and publishing multistream HD and computer graphics content. The Viper features a high-resolution touchpanel and is ideal for capturing and streaming presentations, lectures, simulations, training sessions, and other events where a single camera source is insufficient to reflect the subject matter. It also supports dual DVI or DVI with HD-SDI inputs and encodes and captures rich content generated by a computer as HD H.264 at full frame rate. There is never the need to upload content files to a server. The Viper includes high-performance encoding hardware, building on the company’s Makito technology, to capture and stream two synchronous channels of HD and/or computer sources. It can also be used with Haivision’s Furnace IP video system or as a standalone server with ViperMAX. With ViperMAX, users throughout a facility can watch live multistream events or review rich media presentations on demand using Haivision’s patented InStream player technology. Price: NA

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