Technologies for mobile, AV and streaming production – along with portable GoKits – were all featured on the Datavideo stand.
For mobile production, that included the HS-1300, an entry-level handcarry studio (intended to be used with Datavideo’s PTZ cameras) that includes dual chromakeyers, PIP options, six HD-SDI inputs, and the ability to stream directly to the internet.
The lineup also included the HS-2200, a six-input HD-SDI studio with five crosspoint assignable outputs; theHS-1600T, with a three-input HDBaseT switcher and now with streaming output; and the newest addition to the family, the HS-2850, with 12 inputs.
For local or cloud-based streaming, Datavideo released the DVS-200 streaming platform allowing the user to encode, transcode, record and deliver real-time video or VoD to multiple devices. It’s available as a software package or as a turnkey system.
According to the company, the DVS-200 could be used to stream content to mobile phones, different streams to computer-based users, as well as different streams to users on Facebook or YouTube, in real time. It could handle multiple channels at the same time.
Aimed at small-scale AV production, Datavideo is shipping its SE-650 HD four-channel digital video switcher and HDR-1 H.264 USB recorder.
The SE-650 is a compact, four-input standalone HD video switcher with two HD-SDI and two HDMI inputs. It also has a built-in four channel audio mixer with microphone and RCA audio inputs.HDR-1 is a portable, standalone H.264 USB recorder that records MP4 (H.264) video format files. It has a redundant power system and works independently of a PC.
Datavideo also showed seven different portable GoKits – each a complete system from cameras to encoders.