11.13.2009 12:55 AM
HaiVision Launches New Version of Makito H.264 Encoder
HaiVision Network Video’s newest version of its Makito HD H.264 encoder now supports both component analog and DVI inputs. The Makito delivers low latency, full frame rate H.64 encoding of HD video up to 1080p60 or computer graphics resolutions up to 1280x1024 (SXGA).

The new Makito complements HaiVision’s release of the Makito-SDI earlier this year, which supports resolutions up to 1080p60 over SDI (including SDI, HD-SDI, and 3G-SDI). The New Makito also eliminates the need for converters or scalers when HD-SDI is not available.

Makito supports HiLo Streaming, which is the ability to emit both high and low bandwidth streams for simultaneously addressing users with different bandwidth and computing resources. The Makito also distributes 100 percent secure video through the Video Furnace System 5 IP video system using AES 128 bit encryption.

HaiVision’s Makito, Makito-SDI and Barracuda (for SD only), all share the same form factor and are available as a very compact single encoder appliance or as a mini-blade that can be used within a 21 slot chassis that occupies only 4 RU. The product family now supports all common input types and resolutions.



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