VidOvation has broadened its live video contribution and distribution network, cloud, and edge computing capabilities.
VidOvation’s live video transport, distribution, and streaming services can now take full advantage of the high-quality and robust transport services of AWS Elemental MediaConnect. MediaConnect provides the reliability and security of satellite and fiber combined with IP-based networks’ flexibility, agility, and economics. AWS Elemental MediaConnect enables you to build mission-critical live video workflows in a fraction of the time and cost of satellite or fiber services. VidOvation fully integrates the Cloud StreamHub bonded cellular receiver, decoder, transcoder, and streaming hub with the AWS Cloud and MediaConnect. This integration is made possible by the StreamHub software with support for up to 16 IP inputs and 16 IP outputs supporting IP protocols such as SRT, NDI, RTMP, TS over IP, HLS, and others. In addition, the StreamHub is vendor-agnostic and universally compatible with third-party encoders and transmitters. Using the StreamHub, you can receive transmissions from various field encoders and transmitters, enabling you to quickly, easily, and simultaneously share high-quality live content with multiple affiliates or other broadcast facilities.
“We are very excited to roll out the VidOvation cloud integration with AWS Elemental MediaConnect. Most broadcast, media, and production companies are already using MediaConnect for contribution and distribution of live television,” said Jim Jachetta, executive vice president and chief technology officer, VidOvation. “Workflows are simplified by not requiring a physical bonded cellular receiving server at master control. Instead, an existing generic SRT IRD/decoder is used to receive the live video feed from the cloud. This facilitates quicker and less expensive deployments of live remote productions and at-home productions.
Further information about VidOvation is online at https://www.vidovation.com/at-home-remi-live-video-production/.
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