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Teradek permet de diffuser sur le Web comme les professionnels grâce à son nouveau dispositif révolutionnaire VidiU™

Aujourd’hui Teradek offre les capacités des encodeurs vidéo professionnels au grand public avec le nouveau Teradek VidiU. Créé pour les producteurs, fans et amateurs de vidéo live, ce nouveau dispositif rend encore plus facile la transmission de flux vidéo HD live directement sur le Web à un prix abordable. VidiU peut fonctionner comme encodeur de table ou sur caméra et ne nécessite pas d’ordinateur portable ou de PC pour le streaming.

Teradek VidiU: HDMI H.264 Encoder (Photo: Business Wire)

Teradek VidiU: HDMI H.264 Encoder (Photo: Business Wire)

Le Teradek VidiU est le premier encodeur HDMI H.264 miniature au monde destiné au grand public à offrir toute une gamme d’options de connectivité intégrées et la prise en charge des plateformes de streaming vidéo les plus populaires. VidiU fournit une intégration native avec le leader de la transmission du flux vidéo en direct en ligne, Ustream (www.ustream.tv), ce qui accélère et facilite la configuration et la transmission du flux. Le dispositif comprend également une interface RTMP déverrouillée assurant la compatibilité avec la plupart des autres réseaux de diffusion de contenu (CDN) sur le Web.

VidiU, qui est vendu au prix compétitif de 699 USD, comprendra pour une durée limitée un bon de réduction de 50 % à valoir sur un compte Ustream Pro Broadcasting. Ustream Pro Broadcasting permet aux producteurs de transmettre le flux vidéo sans publicité en haute définition, et comprend une fonction de marque personnalisée. Pour en savoir plus, veuillez consulter https://www.ustream.tv/platform/pro.

« Nous sommes ravis d’annoncer VidiU, l’étape suivante vers la démocratisation du streaming vidéo live », a déclaré Nicol Verheem, fondateur et PDG de Teradek. « C’est un produit exceptionnel, sans compromis, qui offre une vidéo HD en 1080p, la prise en charge de la plupart des CDN et une intégration fluide et conviviale avec les plateformes de streaming les plus populaires au monde comme Ustream et la nouvelle plateforme Livestream. Nous n’avons utilisé que les meilleurs composants matériels, tels qu'une batterie ion-lithium rechargeable intégrée et MIMO WiFi double bande, tout en minimisant la taille et le coût de l’appareil. Nous sommes tout aussi ravis de lancer VidiU avec Ustream, le service de streaming live le plus populaire du monde. Ustream offre un choix remarquable d’outils permettant aux créateurs de contenu d’adapter leur workflow à leurs besoins particuliers. Et pour faciliter encore plus les choses, nous offrons une réduction de 50 % sur tout plan Ustream Pro avec chaque unité ».

« Nous sommes toujours à la recherche d’options professionnelles et abordables permettant une transmission de flux fiable et de haute qualité vers Ustream », a confié Alden Fertig, responsable produit chez Ustream. « Le Teradek VidiU trouve le bon équilibre entre prix et fonctionnalité, ce qui en fait le choix idéal pour de nombreux radiodiffuseurs Ustream. HDMI signifie qu’il est compatible avec la plupart des caméras vidéo modernes, grand public comme professionnelles, et grâce à sa batterie rechargeable intégrée et sa prise en charge du Wi-Fi et du 4G LTE, il est vraiment portable. Avec la prise en charge de 1080p et des connexions câblées en option, il ne s’agit pas seulement d’un encodeur portable, mais aussi d’une solide option desktop d’encodage HD, pour une fraction du prix des encodeurs autonomes classiques ».

À l’instar des encodeurs professionnels de Teradek, VidiU peut se monter sur une caméra et offre diverses options d’interface réseau, comme Ethernet, MIMO WiFi (2,4/5GHz) double bande et la prise en charge de modems USB 3G/4G. Il est doté d’une batterie ion-lithium intégrée offrant jusqu’à deux heures d’autonomie et comprend un mode Access Point unique grâce auquel les utilisateurs peuvent configurer et surveiller leur diffusion live localement à partir d’un dispositif iOS, même si le téléphone ou la tablette ne sont pas connectés à l’Internet. Le contrôle et la modification des réglages du VidiU peuvent aussi être effectués sur son écran OLED.

Pour recevoir de plus amples informations sur VidiU, inscrivez-vous sur http://www.teradek.com/vidiu

VidiU sera disponible au premier trimestre 2013 et sera présenté, avec les autres produits de la société, au salon NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) qui se déroulera du 8 au 11 avril 2013 au stand C9939.

À PROPOS DE TERADEK

Teradek crée des encodeurs extrêmement polyvalents et les systèmes de transmission pour radiodiffusion de vidéo HD live sur réseaux WiFi, Ethernet et 3G/4G qui les accompagnent. Les produits Teradek ont été utilisés par des professionnels de la vidéo dans le cinéma, les journaux télévisés, les sports professionnels, les administrations et l’enseignement secondaire. Tous les produits Teradek sont conçus et fabriqués dans le sud de la Californie et distribués dans le monde entier. Pour de plus amples informations, consulter http://www.teradek.com/ ou http://www.teradek.com/vidiu.

Twitter : @Teradek

Facebook : www.facebook.com/Teradek

À PROPOS D’USTREAM

Ustream Inc., est une société basée à San Francisco qui permet aux utilisateurs internationaux de fournir une transmission en streaming et un visionnage illimité de radiodiffusions en direct à des spectateurs du monde entier. Fondée en 2007, au cœur de la Silicon Valley, la société Ustream s’est développée pour compter à présent plus de 160 salariés dans ses bureaux de San Francisco, Los Angeles et Budapest. Ustream est le leader de la transmission en streaming de radiodiffusion live en ligne avec plus de 59 millions de visiteurs uniques par mois. Pour de plus amples informations, veuillez consulter http://www.ustream.tv.

Twitter : @Ustream

Facebook : www.facebook.com/Ustream

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