HLS is an adaptive HTTP-based protocol used for transporting video and audio data from media servers to viewers’ screens.
12G-SDI defines a transmission rate of 12 Gbit/s, which can support SDI signals up to 4Kp60 resolution and higher bit rate. There are three connection methods for 12G-SDI, including single-link 12G-SDI, dual-link 6G-SDI and quad-link 3G-SDI.
A dual-PC setup can ensure the smoothness of the content production and video playing, this blog will take game streaming as an example to introduce how to use Magewell capture devices to achieve dual-PC streaming, especially about how to set audio options.
Most game players tend to use monitors of 144Hz or higher refresh rate to pair with games of 144fps or higher frame rate, this blog introduces how to use Magewell capture devices to capture and record 1080p 144fps game video signals.
DVI is a video display interface used for high-speed transmission of digital signals to display devices, dual-link DVI can achieve a frame rate of 144fps while ensuring 1920x1080 resolution. This is rather critical in some specific industries like the security industry.
As the demand for virtual meetings and remote learning is surging, this blog will introduce how to bring your HDMI or SDI sources from camera into Zoom™, Panopto™, Skype®, GoToMeeting® and etc, using Magewell video capture device.