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Magewell adds SRT streaming

Magewell adds SRT streaming

Magewell adds SRT streaming

Capture Express version 3.2 provides support for MPEG-TS over UDP or RTP

An upgrade to Magewell’s Capture Express recording application has expanded the software’s streaming capabilities. Version 3.2 adds new support for multiple streaming technologies, including the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol developed and open-sourced by Haivision.

Version 3.0 initially offered easy recording and previewing functionality, while the subsequent version 3.1 added the ability to stream H.264-encoded video using the RTMP protocol. Now, as well as the SRT protocol, version 3.2 provides support for MPEG-TS over UDP or RTP. The update automatically detects compatible graphics hardware in the host system and leverages GPU-accelerated H.264 encoding when possible, using the CPU for encoding only as necessary. Capture Express runs on the Windows operating system and is compatible with all current Magewell capture product lines – including USB Capture Gen 2 and USB Capture Plus external devices, Pro Capture PCIe cards and Eco Capture M.2 hardware – as well as Magewell's first-generation capture cards and boxes.

Ultra Stream
Ultra Stream

The Chinese manufacturer has also released version 1.3 of its Ultra Stream livestreaming encoder hardware. The new update enables recording to the device's built-in storage or attached USB drive with a choice of two modes. The default method stops recording if storage becomes full, while a continuous, loop-like recording mode automatically deletes the oldest saved clip to make room when storage fills up.

The Ultra Stream 1.3 firmware upgrade adds a user-selectable Auto-Recording option that automatically starts recording to internal storage, a USB drive or both when a stable input signal is detected. The update also adds support for the RTSP streaming protocol alongside Ultra Stream’s existing RTMP capabilities. Other enhancements include expanded controls in the web-based interface, new tools for downloading recorded clips and image adjustments including brightness, contrast, saturation and hue.

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