VBrick Systems, Inc. today announced a powerful video and screen capture device that combines the capabilities of VBrick’s top-quality encoders with a screen capture device that supports live event broadcasts and creation of rich media presentations for on-demand viewing.
VBrick developed the 9000 Series Presentation Appliance in response to demand from its commercial, education and government customers for a one-click, portable and affordable rich media solution that could deliver the quality and proven reliability of VBrick’s encoding for such applications as CEO broadcasts, live meeting and event webcasts, lecture capture and flipped classroom.
The 9000 Series Presentation Appliance enables non-technical presenters to use a simple, web-based interface to combine audio, camera inputs and VGA/ HDMI/DVI/DisplayPort desktop capture inputs into one, H.264 video stream. It supports as many as four simultaneous inputs, including up to four HDMI sources, up to two VGA sources and up to two component video sources, and comes with various arrangements of 1, 2, 3, or all 4 video inputs.
“Our customers welcome the idea of an easy-to-use but high quality appliance, particularly as an alternative to difficult and unreliable PC-based streaming solutions,” said Shelly Heiden, CEO of VBrick. “Non-technical presenters can now enjoy VBrick’s proven encoding quality to bring compelling presentations to audiences small or large, within their office, classroom or around the world.”
The 9000 Series Presentation Appliance seamlessly integrates with VBrick’s video management platform, VBrick’s Cloud Streaming Services and VBrick’s Distributed Media Engine to enable presenters to deliver multiple bit rate video that can be displayed on small and large screens and shared across any network.
VBrick believes in the power of video to transform the workplace. Its Rev enterprise video platform removes the technology and pricing restraints that have held business back from tapping video’s clear advantage to persuade, inform and compel people, wherever they are.
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