Magewell to Feature New Converter, Streaming, Capture Devices at IBC 2019

AMSTERDAM—Magewell will offer the European trade show debut of many recently introduced products, including two Pro Convert NDI encoders, one NDI decoder and the Ultra Stream SDI standalone encoder, during IBC 2019, Sept. 13-17, at the RAI Amsterdam.

Ultra Stream SDI

Ultra Stream SDI

The plug-and-play Pro Convert devices allow users to bring HDMI or SDI sources into and out of live, IP media networks using NewTek's NDI technology. The company will show for the first time at a European trade show the Pro Convert HDMI TX and Pro Convert SDI TX as well as an NDI decoder.

It also will showcase its new Magewell Bridge software for users of Magewell capture products and for those looking for a software-based conversion solution. Magewell Bridge software transforms video and audio from any Magewell ingest device into NDI streams.

Magewell’s Ultra Stream SDI combines the simplicity of the company’s Ultra Stream HDMI with 3G-SDI connectivity. The Ultra Stream SDI makes it easy for non-professional operators to live stream and record video with one-click operation via on-device buttons, a browser-based interface or smartphone app.

The company also will show new features for all of its Ultra Stream models, including support for 3G and 4G mobile broadband modems.

In its capture product portfolio, Magewell will highlight its family of USB Capture Plus plug-and-play external capture devices; the Eco Capture series of M.2 cards; and its flagship Pro Capture line of PCIe cards. Additionally, it will demonstrate the recently introduced Capture Express 3.0 recording software.

More information is available on the Magewell website. See Magewell at IBC 2019 stand 8.A84.

Phil Kurz

Phil Kurz is a contributing editor to TV Tech. He has written about TV and video technology for more than 30 years and served as editor of three leading industry magazines. He earned a Bachelor of Journalism and a Master’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism.