Dejero Show New Video-Over-IP Camera Product
Posted on Apr 22, 2015 by Alex Fice
Transmitter Can Be Camera-Mounted or Body-Worn to Deliver HD Pictures With Low Latency, From Any Remote Location.
Dejero who make products for remote acquisition, cloud management, and multiscreen distribution of professional live video over IP, launched their LIVE+ EnGo product at NAB. It’s a camera-mounted or wearable transmitter for remote HD video acquisition. LIVE+ EnGo encodes H.264 video and transmits it over multiple IP networks to deliver video with low latency.
A modular design enables the attachment of swappable wireless modules to customise LIVE+ EnGo to the locally available wireless network infrastructure, and for use around the world. “LIVE+ EnGo uses cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and portable satellite connectivity for live broadcasts from virtually anywhere — even from a moving vehicle. The solution is ideal for newsgathering, sports coverage, and any type of remote live-event broadcasting.”
The unit can be connected to any SDI or HDMI camera, and with the push of a single button, the system immediately detects video input and format, as well as available network connections, enabling the operator to go live quickly. A touch screen interface provides confidence monitoring, status information and it facilitates separate initiation of live and record functions.
The LIVE+ EnGo can bond up to eight network connections including 3G/4G/LTE, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and portable satellite.
Additional features include internal storage for up to 40 hours of HD recording, a display port video output, integrated Bluetooth connectivity, and external USB ports. The LIVE+ EnGo is powered from a single Gold Mount or V-mount video camera battery. It also includes an internal battery to power the camera and accessories, allowing the operator to hot swap the external battery.
Dejero’s newly introduced LIVE+ Control cloud management tool gives studio technicians the ability to geolocate, monitor performance, and remotely control a fleet of LIVE+ EnGo transmitters from any Web browser. They can also preview incoming feeds and route both live and recorded content to on-air playout and online distribution workflows.