Choose to display the video from one or both video sources, display the video side-by-side or picture in picture.
VGADVI Broadcaster automatically scales inputs to match your configured layout settings.
Add your corporate color as a background and your company logo, the date, time, and presenter name.
Overlay video with timestamp information and other text.
Upload a custom image to display when the channel does not have a signal or if your input signal is interrupted for any reason.
Video/audio outputs and network/control ports
VGADVI Broadcaster has a DVI-I video output, a 3.5 mm stereo audio output, a RJ-45 PoE port, and a USB 2.0 port.
Built-in signal converters and output connectors provide pass through for both DVI-I and audio input sources.
Connect a headset to the audio output port to monitor the audio input for quality.
Connect HDMI, DVI, or VGA projectors, and displays to the DVI-I port to monitor the DVI-I input source.
Video and Audio Inputs
VGADVI Broadcaster inputs include DVI, S-video, stereo-audio and USB.
VGADVI Broadcaster captures two video sources from HDMI, DVI, VGA, S-Video, and composite video at their native resolutions and frame rates.
Audio input is provided through a 3.5 mm analog stereo audio input.
The DVI-I port is built to capture signals from DVI, HDMI and VGA sources, while the S-Video port captures signals from S-Video and composite sources.
Stream using Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) and Session Announce Protocol (SAP)
Media players, smart TVs, set-top boxes, digital signs etc. can play live streams and saved recordings from the VGADVI Broadcaster via UPnP or SAP.
Streaming via UPnP and/or SAP is perfect for situations when the destination device is unattended. For example, when VGADVI Broadcatser streams to a digital sign that continuously plays a video, if there is an interruption, the live stream resume feature automatically resumes the stream.