Name VGA HDMI Encoders
VGA HDMI Encoders
View recorded and live video from VGA or HDMI sources
Supporting video resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz via VGA, or 1080p at 60 Hz via HDMI, our single- and multi-channel encoders convert video files from VGA and HDMI sources for review in a Synergy 3 client application. Capable of both Variable Bit Rate (VBR) and Constant Bit Rate (CBR) streaming, the encoders also feature dual streaming of primary and secondary video channels.
The Synectics VGA HDMI Encoder series enables Synergy 3 client applications to seamlessly view recorded and live video from VGA and HDMI sources. The devices support video resolutions up to 1920x1080 at 60Hz via VGA or 1080p at 60Hz via HDMI, and perform Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) encoding, all with ≤50ms encode delay.
Dual streaming of primary and secondary channels allows for a high-definition video stream suitable for forensic analysis to be recorded, while a second, lower-resolution stream handles live display. This capability makes our encoders particularly well-suited to gaming applications; for example, recording video output from slot machines. They also yield the easy monitoring and capturing of user actions and on-screen information, making them ideal for sites equipped with Alarm Receiving Centers.DOWNLOAD M100 DATA SHEET DOWNLOAD M400 DATA SHEET
- Single-channel and quad-channel encoding from VGA and HDMI video sources
- Video resolution and framerate auto-detection
- H.264 High Profile (up to level 4.1) video codec
- Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) encoding
- Dual streaming of primary and secondary video channels
- Variable Bit Rate (VBR) and Constant Bit Rate (CBR) streaming
- ≤50ms encode delay
- Simple browser-based graphical user interface (GUI) configuration
- Supports ONVIF
- M100 Single-Channel Encoder
- M400 Quad-Channel Encoder
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