Vemotion Interactive has released the VB-400, a rugged MIL-SPEC, multi-stream, multi-media hybrid encoder and recorder.
Capable of delivering high-quality images combined with extremely low latency, the new VB-400 encoder is a powerful device, supporting any mix of analogue and IP cameras, and HDMI and HD-SDI inputs. Capitalising on Vemotion’s V-TX transmission technology, VB-400 delivers its amazingly low latency and high-quality images transmitted at efficient bitrates, even within the most challenging of wireless (GPRS, 3G, 4GLTE, 5G, Wi-Fi and Satellite), or wired (UTP and fibre) network conditions.
Suitable for a wide variety of video transmission applications, the rugged, aluminium-bodied MIL-SPEC VB-400 is ideal for use in harsh environments, such as on-board vehicles or extremes of operating temperature. Offering flexible performance, the encoder caters for additional input ports and PoE, to provide power for multiple IP cameras from just one device.
In combination with the Vemotion viewer, users can choose a camera to view, using data, only when viewed. Multiple cameras can be viewed in different split-screen formats, including mosaic and quad screen, from just a single stream. Furthermore, the VB-400 can accommodate more streams and more analogue cards, or an additional modem etc, to provide flexible configuration to meet any advanced streaming requirement.
With true ‘plug & play’ configuration, the VB-400 employs a user-friendly set-up and features, and together with a local user interface, includes the ability to define on-board recording and transmission parameters, for full rate camera viewing and control (including recorded footage playback).
“The new VB-400 delivers highly efficient video streaming to deliver astonishingly low bandwidth video transmission allied to data cost savings,” says Steve Haworth, CEO at Vemotion. “Easy to add to existing infrastructure, the VB-400 is a highly reliable, robust and flexible encoder and recorder, suitable for a wide variety of professional video streaming applications.”