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H.264 PCIe Encoder captures 16 video and 16 audio inputs.

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H.264 PCIe Encoder captures 16 video and 16 audio inputs.
H.264 PCIe Encoder captures 16 video and 16 audio inputs.
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October 11, 2012 - For each input video channel, Model 819 multifunctional A/V codec can provide multiple output streams: 2 H.264 streams at independently set resolutions, frame rates, and bitrates; low-frame rate JPEG stream, and uncompressed (preview) stream. Internal 16 X 4 analog crosspoint video switch routes any combination of 4 composite output channels to external video monitors. Output streams may be formatted as elementary, MPEG-4, or transport stream.

16-channel H.264 PCI Express Encoder


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Sensoray Co., Inc.
7313 SW Tech Center Dr.
Tigard, OR, 97223
USA



Press release date: October 9, 2012

Multifunctional audio/video codec capable of simultaneous capture from 16 video and 16 audio inputs.

Tigard, OR – Sensoray announced the newest addition to their extensive line of OEM video capture cards with the release of the Model 819, 16-channel H.264 PCI Express encoder. For each input video channel the 819 can provide multiple output streams: two H.264 streams at independently set resolutions, frame rates, bitrates; a low frame rate JPEG stream and an uncompressed (preview) stream. Each channel allows an individually configured multi-window character and graphics overlay and provides real-time motion data.

An internal 16 X 4 analog crosspoint video switch is used to route any combination of four composite output channels to external video monitors. Individual scalers and deinterlacers facilitate optimal resolutions for each captured stream. For example, a high-resolution, high bitrate stream may be selected for archiving, while a lower resolution, low bitrate stream is preferable for simultaneous streaming to handheld devices, including smart phones.

H.264 Encoder
The H.264 encoders implement high quality Baseline Profile Level 3 compatible H.264 compression. Flexible encoder control allows achieving optimal stream parameters for a wide variety of applications. The output streams may be formatted as elementary, MPEG-4 or transport stream.

Sensoray provides an SDK for the Model 819 that includes drivers and demo applications for both Windows and Linux operating systems.

Pricing
OEM quantity 2-9 pricing for the Model 819 is $785. Volume discounts are also available.

For more information go to www.sensoray.com/819

ABOUT Sensoray
Sensoray designs and manufactures OEM electronics for video imaging, data acquisition and machine control. Offering drivers for Windows or Linux, and live technical support, Sensoray is committed to helping ensure easy and rapid development. For more information, or to speak to an engineer regarding a custom design, visit www.sensoray.com, or email support@sensoray.com.
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