Exterity Encoders stream live and pre-recorded video and audio over an existing IP network and seamlessly integrate with any Exterity IPTV solution or industry standard IPTV equipment. Combined with system management, monitoring and control from AvediaServer, system administrators have fine grained control over all content streaming onto the network and end point delivery.
The lastest Exterity Encoder can now extend streams outside conventional LANs for delivery to the internet and mobile client devices. Streaming protocols HLS and RTSP allow encoder AV sources to contribute to Content Delivery Network environments or stream directly to a wide range of mobile and desktop clients.
The Exterity Encoder range contains eight SD and HD Encoders each with its own audio, video and encoding capabilities. The Encoder comparison table below details the specific features of each model to help select the most suitable encoder to meet project requirements.
AvediaStream Encoders create a single MPEG channel from the output of various video devices. These include video cameras, DVD/Blu-ray players,
digital signage systems, personal computers or set-top boxes delivering premium TV channels.
AvediaStream Encoder blades must be installed in an AvediaStream Chassis.
Deliver Content Securely
Content owners, broadcasters, media operators and businesses deploying IPTV services need to incorporate the most advantageous options available to secure premium content over an enterprise IPTV system. Access to valuable content needs to be controlled by the IPTV system provider to secure revenue from monetized content and protect the material from illegal copying and distribution.
Exterity meets the demand for secure delivery of valuable content with the addition of support for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) v2 in Head-end products, to sit alongside more established SecureMedia encryption and the interoperability of Exterity TVgateways with industry leading Conditional Access Systems (CAS). Download the Exterity Content Protection pdf here.