04.12.2007 12:00 AM
ViewCast Boasts New Encoding, Monitoring Cards
ViewCast Corp. will showcase its new Niagara SCX Pro with MPEG-4, as well as the new Niagara 7224 at NAB2007.

The Niagara SCX Pro software allows users to control and monitor multiple encoders over an IP network from a single interface and adds the ability of MPEG-4/H.264 and H.263 live streaming encoding. SCX Pro features the same live streaming encoding abilities for Windows Media and RealVideo formats as the SCX Basic version, while adding MPEG-4/H.264 and H.263 format capability.

The company is also highlighting its new Niagara 7224, part of the Niagara series of integrated, turnkey 2 RU rackmount systems for real-time encoding of video and audio content. This eight-channel analog system was designed to enable organizations to deliver live traffic video to public service agencies and local residents over the Internet in Windows Media and RealVideo formats using industry-standard IP technology. This solution features two Dual-Core Intel Xeon processors and two Osprey 440 video capture cards.

ViewCast will also demonstrate its current products including the Niagara GoStream, a portable single-channel streaming encoding appliance designed to make capturing and streaming video a simple process.

ViewCast Corp. will be in booth N2131.

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