Vodalys to debut Veobox recording and streaming system at ISE 2015
Vodalys Labs, a manufacturer of media management systems, is to debut a mobile AV recording and streaming system, based on its media manager device called Veobox, at ISE 2015 in Amsterdam.
Veobox includes an AV capture device and a recorder/streamer. Thanks to its two HD video inputs, Voebox can record and transmit, at the same time, the video from the camera (in 3G-SDI or HDMI) and the signal of the computer's speaker (HDMI or VGA input).
It also gives users the possibility of automatically indexing a recording when PowerPoint slides change. Beyond the recording capability, Veobox can stream the recorded AV signal in H.264 by providing RTMP stream on the network.
Veobox can be controlled via a web interface or by any control systems using RS-232 or IP.
"The demand of technological solutions for MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) is growing on the education and training market. Our offer answers to the needs of producing high quality AV educational content for supplying educational platforms, with the possibility of testing the use with a fixed or mobile configuration, used for several lecture halls, says Dominique Henninot, CEO of Vodalys Labs."