Hertz Broadcast brings Video Transporter

Hertz Broadcast, Video Transporter, Corona virus, SDI

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Amidst the corona virus (Covid -19)crisis more and more live content is being produced from home(s) and remote locations. Hertz Broadcast brings to your table a handy solution presenting the“Video Transport” from Media Looks. Video transport delivers quality feeds from Anchors, Cameraman’s and guests in remote locations directly to the broadcast studio or cloud.

Easy-to-use desktop apps

Use the desktop app to connect to local NDI and SDI sources,define transmission parameters, invite contractors and share web preview links.Supports hardware by Blackmagic Design and AJA, works with Nvidia's GPUs. Takesseveral minutes to set up.

A web-based control panel

When connecting multiple venues, use the web-based control panel to see the whole picture. Runs in any web browser on desktop and tablet devices. The advantage is control using a windows system who is connected and has authorisation.

Guest link

Receive quality video feeds from remote users—for instance, when interviewing guests. Simply share a weblink, which works in any browser, including those on mobile devices.
Designed to reduce infrastructure costs and simplify use Install and connect instantly

No network configuration needed, automatic NAT traversal. First setup in under 10 minutes.

Select best transport mode
Choose between real time latency (100 ms) and reliable delivery(at 500 ms or more).

Connect with partners
Exchange select streams with contractors (without sharing your license).

Preview in real time
Use the web-based real-time feed preview to monitor original sources. Select audio channels to use as intercom.

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