Magicbox HD3S series has the function of supporting 1/4/16 channels HDMI/HD-SDI video capture, generate dual stream of h.264 encoding output and the AAC audio format. The product has high integration and reasonable price. From any HDMI input source such as a camera or switcher, generates an H.264-encoded stream compliant with RTSP, RTP, HTTP, UDP and RTMP protocols.
Magicbox HD3S series boasts an all-hardware compression chip for real time encoding with advanced audio and meta data handling – all packaged in a portable device with low power consumption, which makes it possible to take encoding from the server rooms into the field for professional and industrial applications with easy integration to education, health care, IPTV, conference, remote education, news interview, banking, transportation and other industries.
MagicBox HD3S series can deliver H.264-encoding video streams to various servers,suchas Adobe Flash Server, Wowza Server, Windows Media Server and some otherservers base on UDP/RTSP/RTP/RTMP/HTTP/HLS protocols. Now, we have been improving our product.
vHDMI (HDCP), HD-SDI, Blue Ray HD input
v Number of input channels: Single, Quad, Sixteen
v Full HD 1080P60, 1080I60, 1080P50, 1080I50, 720P60, 720P50, 576P, 576I, 480P, 480I Multiple resolution HDMI signal input
v H.264, BP/MP/HP hardware encoding
v 3 streams out, Each HDMI input source simultaneously support up to 1080P
v Support multi protocol output, RTSP, RTP, RTMP, HLS(option) one of HTTP/UDP multicast/UDP unicast protocol out simultaneously
v support insert picture LOGO, PNG format.
v AAC, MP3, G.711 and other audio coding format
vSeparate audio output supported
v Adaptive aspect ratio
v Support RTMP push flow (classic mode and URL mode) , ONVIF protocol
v Web page video preview function, facilitate the implementation of adjustment
v Network interface using 1000M full duplex mode
v HD-to-SD downscale conversion
v Support CBR and VBR mode, 50Kbps ~ 12Mbps
v USB power supply supported, 5V or 3.7V
v Low power design
v WEB Management
v Easy-to-Use System Management
v IPTV, conference, remote education, Network radio, Live audio
v Backhaul/Monitoring for Broadcasters
v VOD, multiscreen headend
v Point-to-Point video contribution
v Streaming Full Motion Video to Desktop, TV and Mobile Devices over bandwidth-limited pipes