07.06.2009 12:05 PM
DVEO ships compact H.264/AVC DDR

DVEO, the broadcast division of San Diego-based Computer Modules, has announced that availability of the DVEO Millennia HD H.264/AVC digital disk recorder. Applications include TV sports, reality television and portable journalist backpacks.

The new DVEO recorder has both removable 120GB hard drive and compact flash card storage. Its native H.264 codec provides recording of 1080i or 720p content from HD cameras onto the inexpensive media.

Designed as a rugged recorder/encoder for cameras that support the HD-SDI standard, the Millennia HD is a real-time, hardware-based, 1920 x 1080i H.264/AVC recorder in an 8in x 6in x 3in package that records and encodes simultaneously.

This product is designed for anyone seeking a small, portable and rugged DDR. Additional capabilities include H.264 encoding/decoding to or from DVB-ASI. It also supports LTC time code.



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