miniCASTER® rocks Manhattan & Streaming Media East 2011

miniCASTER brings “Live is a battle” to N.Y. City

miniCASTER® - Livestreaming as easy as a phone call
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Following the "Live Revolution Roadmap" miniCASTER®, the world's first hardware-based H.264 live streaming encoder is back in the USA. After having a very good time at the NAB in Las Vegas a few weeks ago, it is now time to hit the Streaming Media East 2011 (May 10-11) in New York, where the miniCASTER® prototype was introduced to streaming professionals and technology experts last year.

The digital (SDI-IN) and analog (Composite/S-Video Y/C-IN) models will be displayed at booth #306. Visitors can also take a look at the brand new "One-to-One" scenario that enables broadcasters to send an SDI signal directly to the news room via public Internet using two miniCASTERs. A digital model with HDMI-IN is coming soon. Just in time for the Streaming Media East 2011 miniCASTER® can talk to the leading CDNs like Akamai and Limelight or platforms like Livestream.com. Of course European customers are welcome to use the powerful CDN of TV1.EU. One-to-many streaming is now as easy as a phone call and cheaper than ever before.

The ultra-mobile miniCASTER® is the perfect companion for state of the art mobile broadcasting scenarios like newsgathering, emergency response, behind-the-scenes reports from major Sports events, conferences, exhibitions or simply any event you can imagine. While encoding and delivering several streams, miniCASTER® is able to record at the same time. Streaming settings can easily be changed via remote access and are also editable directly on the device itself.

Michael Westphal, CEO: "miniCASTER® is a truly mobile "One-to-many Live streaming Encoder" starting at $2.000, but now it can even be used in a "One-to-one" Broadcast Scenario using two miniCASTER®s for encoding and decoding connected via public Internet for only $6.999. Orders can be placed online (http://shop.minicaster.com) and we are very much looking forward to having the first devices delivered end of May."
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