MWC 4K60 4:4:4 & H.264 1080p Multi-Codec, Dual-Stream Encoder
LydRommet SKU: 840-00072
Fabrikantens SKU: AMX-N26E001
- High-Quality, Low-Latency 4K60 MWC encoding
- High-Compatibility, Low-Bandwidth 1080p H.264 encoding
- Video Preview viewable from the built-in web interface or from a touch panel
- USB 2.0 Transport
- High security network support and features, including multicast, VLAN tagging and QoS
- PoE+ powered with low-power mode for energy savings
- Open Direct-Control API
The AMX SVSI NMX-ENC-N2612S is a cost-effective, powerfully robust multi-codec, dual-stream encoder in a stand-alone box form factor. It features a high-quality, low-latency 4K60 4:4:4 MWC codec that is ideal for encoding both live video and detailed content in classrooms, meeting spaces, courtrooms, bars, and other applications.
High-compatibility, low-bandwidth 1080p H.264 encoding is also included and perfect for distributing video over congested networks and is compatible with third-party devices and networks such as Panopto, Wowza, YouTube, and Facebook.
Also included is transport of full-bandwidth USB 2.0 signals, video preview images viewable from the built-in web interface or from a touch panel, and enhanced support for high-security networks.
Compatible decoders include the NMX-DEC-N2622S Decoder and NMX-DEC-N2625-WP Decoder Wallplate. Additionally, the H.264 stream generated by the NMX-ENC-N2612S is compatible with N3000 series decoders and the NMX-WP-N3510 Windowing Processor.
The N2600 Series is ideal for almost any streaming application but is especially applicable for colleges and universities, corporate, casinos, hospitality, government and many more. High-quality, low-latency 4K60 4:4:4 MWC streaming is perfect for transmitting both live video and detailed content within classrooms, meeting spaces, courtrooms and bars. N2600 models with the ‘S’ designation add high-compatibility, low-bandwidth 1080p H.264 streaming for distributing video in installations with congested networks. Hybrid learning applications will especially benefit from the significant cost savings of simultaneous dual-stream encoding.