Adjustable scaler with Region of Interest Selection (ROI)
High quality Up/Down/Cross conversion
Supported streaming formats
TS over UDP or RTP
HLS (HTTP Live)
Unicast or Multicast
Record to external MicroSD or Mini USB media (not included)
Stream and record at the same time
Independent encoder for streaming and recording
Independent scaler for streaming and recording
Logo Insertion, Text Overlay
Custom Image if input missing
Mobile friendly Web UI for configuration
The PEC 1864 is a versatile, compact SDI/HDMI H.264 streamer and recorder designed for a wide range of applications in the broadcast, film and the pro A/V industry.
The module can be configured to stream, record or to do both simultaneously. The streamer and recorder have independent encoders allowing for separate configuration of streaming and recording. Each encoder includes an up/down/ cross converter, region of interest scaler (ROI) and a text overlay feature.
Two channels of audio are deembedded from the video input. In addition, the PEC 1864 has a line audio input and either one of these audio sources can be used for the streamer and/or recorder.
Users can insert a logo into the video signal stream, which can be positioned freely.
The PEC 1864 supports a wide range of streaming standards as well as unicast and multicast operations. Whether you are streaming live to a Content Delivery Network using RTMP, viewing the stream on one or more computers using RTP/ RTSP unicast or multicast, or streaming to a dedicated decoder or multicast address using TS over UDP or RTP, the PEC 1864 is a powerful device ideal for a diverse set of applications.
The PEC 1864 is suitable for live event streaming, webcasts, corporate or enterprise streaming, presentation and conferencing, AV system monitoring, house of worship proceedings streaming and many more.
A mobile device friendly Web UI allows for simple, intuitive configuration from a PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone.
Note:For legal reasons, HDMI capture devices from LYNX Technik AG are designed not to capture, convert or transmit video or audio from HDCP copy-protected sources (e.g. Satellite receivers, Cable receivers, etc.).