High quality video in low bandwidth environments
The Makito X solves the most demanding encoding and video distribution challenges. It is available as a single or dual channel appliance within an industrial-grade robust enclosure.
Tuned to excel in low bandwidth environments, the Makito X gives you twice the quality or uses half the bandwidth compared to other enterprise encoders.
Matched with the Makito Harsh Encoder to provide extremely low end-to-end latency, the Makito Harsh delivers pristine quality at sub-2 Mbps bitrates.
This Makito for harsh environments is ideal for border monitoring and ISR mission-critical applications, delivering performance video where it’s needed most.
Lowest end-to-end latency in the industry
With up to 2 inputs and 4 encoding engines per appliance, the Makito X carries forward the strong heritage of the Makito family with features designed to address the most rigorous video applications.
Combining KLV and CoT metadata support makes the Makito X ideal for Full Motion Video (FMV) applications in government and military.
Advanced video network management
Integrated features such as snapshots, logo insertion, Selective Mute™, talkback, and powerful control interfaces enable advanced video network management in medical applications.
Multi-bitrate (MBR) encoding to unicast, multicast, and RTMP enables administrators to direct many unique streams groomed to specific desktop and mobile viewers, set-top boxes, recorders, and internet destinations.
POWERED BY SRT
Secure Reliable Transport
AVIWEST’s Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) technology provides end-to-end security, resiliency and dynamic endpoint adjustment based on real-time network conditions to deliver the best video quality at all times.
With SRT, you can optimize video streaming across unpredictable networks, like the Internet, by assuring quality-of-service when faced with packet loss, jitter, latency, and fluctuating bandwidth.
SRT offers significant operational flexibility and cost savings over (or compared to) satellite or custom network infrastructures.