Osprey Talon G1 H.264 Decoder

Osprey Talon G1 H.264 Decoder

Osprey Talon G1 H.264 Decoder

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Osprey Talon G1 H.264 Decoder

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The Osprey Talon G1 H.264 Decoder features a GigE Ethernet port for decoding up to 4 RTP or UDP streams (unicast/multicast) and display them simultaneously via the HDMI output. It can also play .TS files from an external flashdrive via its USB 2.0 port. Using the simple web UI, you can easily configure input streams as well as set display output for 1, 2 (PIP), 3 (PIP), or 4 (QUAD) views.

Suitable for applications such as multi-stream monitor, point-to-point source monitor, and digital signage
Osprey BOSS Application for auto discovery, network setup, and troubleshooting
Power and system LED indicators
Silent, fan-less operation
Low power consumption
UPC: 850189006511
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Osprey Talon G1 H.264 Decoder
  • International Power Supply
  • Mounting Brackets
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Software Control HTTP-Based GUI: Configuration and software update
    Ethernet Connector 1 x GigE
    Video Input H.264 RTP/UDP multicast and unicast stream
    H.264 .TS file
    Video Input Capacity:
    1 x 1080p60 or
    2 x 1080p30 or
    2 x 720p60 or
    3-4 x 720p30
    USB Connector USB 2.0 Type A
    Video Output 1080p 30, 50, 59.95, 60
    1080i 25,29.97,30
    720p 50, 59.94, 60
    480p 60
    576p 50
    LED Indicators Power
    Unit Ready
    Unit Decoding
    Power Consumption 6 W
    Dimensions 3.66 x 4.73 x 0.97" (93.1 x 120.2 x 24.75 mm)
    Weight 8.46 oz (240 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.2 x 7.2 x 2.8"
    Talon G1 H.264 Decoder is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Limited playback, slow UI, easy to brick. Twice now I've been able to brick the unit by putting in a URL, hit save, and the unit response with only the device info and lights up the developer console with red errors. The first time I sent it back to Osprey, only 20 minutes away from us, they said it was working and sent it back. Still have not seen a frame outputted from this unit. Playback options are limited to UDP or RTP, while other less expensive encoders include RTMP, and HTTP. The 10 minutes total I've had with the web UI has been slow and clunky. Missing features like auto-checking for updates, playback window, and auto-discover of streams. Also to note it is another product that requires a PC-only app connected to the network to scope the MAC address instead of on-screen readout, or printed sticker.
    Date published: 2017-01-26
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