Teradek VidiU Pro Broadcaster Driver
Buy Teradek VidiU Pro featuring Stream Broadcast Quality HD Video, Deliver to Platforms and RTMP Addresses Accepts Any HDMI Camera Source. Review Video Input: 1 x HDMI. The Teradek VidiU system can be set up two ways - from the app connected to your VidiU device(s) or the web interface. Below are. Support forum: → Contains tips, information and all VidiU Pro supports broadcast recording to an SD Card or external USB drive.
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Teradek VidiU Pro Broadcaster Driver
Teradek VidiU Pro offers broadcast quality video streaming using Sharelink
Shoe-mount Perhaps the most striking thing about the VidiU is its size. The encoder is about three inches wide, four inches long, and an inch thick. This design, combined with the battery that lasts for around an hour of continuous streaming, Teradek VidiU Pro Broadcaster the VidiU one of the most portable options around. This is ideal for mobile cameras in an event setting.
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Sports, graduation ceremonies, concerts, festivals, trade shows, Teradek VidiU Pro Broadcaster, and other similar events make a great setting for using a VidiU live stream encoder. Internet connection options The VidiU can connect to the internet via a few different methods.
The most reliable method is hard-wired Ethernet cable. This is the fastest and most stable connection available.
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Video resolution and bitrate The VidiU supports a range of resolutions. On the high end, full HD streaming at x requires 5 Mbps or more. Selecting this option launches a quick bandwidth test that shows the speed of your connection and recommends a setting. This tool can be useful for quick spot-checks of your internet connection speed. This will allow you to plug into any camera directly that uses an HDMI output. There are also adapters available that should make most cameras compatible Teradek VidiU Pro Broadcaster the VidiU.
The device includes a male-to-mini HDMI cable with purchase. It also includes a headphone jack for monitoring audio, and a mic-in jack for an alternative to audio over HDMI.
Battery and power The VidiU includes a small, internal lithium-ion battery. This is an advantage over similar Teradek VidiU Pro Broadcaster from Livestream, which require AA batteries that must be regularly swapped out and are only compatible with their service. The main Teradek VidiU Pro Broadcaster here is that the VidiU battery is rechargeable.
It perhaps isn't at the forefront of most video producers minds to do a live broadcast. But if you were approached to do such a thing, how would you go about it, particularly if you were on a budget?
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Live broadcasting on platforms such as YouTube has opened up the types of live subject matter that used to be the domain of the established broadcasting companies to the public at large. The Adidas Sickline event and the Hurley Classic on the Thames are two examples of minority sports competitions that are Teradek VidiU Pro Broadcaster broadcast live over streaming services to fans who would otherwise not get to see them.
The VidiU Pro has one aim: As long as you have a wired, wireless or cell connection, you will be able to perform a broadcast. Even if you don't, the device will record your programme ready for streaming later. What's in the box? Teradek VidiU Pro Broadcaster VidiU Pro is a small device, with a footprint of around mm x 80mm, and it looks very simple. On the front, there is an LCD display to show menus and device status, along with lights to indicate wifi, streaming connection, alerts and whether a camera is successfully connected.
But as we'll find out, that's all there needs to be. No instruction manual was supplied, but this can be downloaded through the Teradek website, although it is only a quick start guide.
Accessory wise, an AC adapter is provided, along with a cold shoe mounting system and an Ethernet cable. A more practical solution would be to supply a standard full size HDMI cable.
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What do I do with it? This is the first question I had to ask myself when I initially examined Teradek VidiU Pro Broadcaster VidiU. This, as I found, would be the practical heart of the system. The VidiU Pro can combine connections in areas where reception or the internet may be slow. This means that you can combine up to four mobile data connections, wireless and wired internet.
This connection bonding is performed through Teradek's subscription service called ShareLink. I'll come back to this later.