Osprey Talon G1 Encoder with Wowza Streaming Engine 4.5 Software

Osprey Talon G1 Encoder with Wowza Streaming Engine 4.5 Software

Osprey Talon G1 Encoder with Wowza Streaming Engine 4.5 Software

Osprey Talon G1 Encoder with Wowza Streaming Engine 4.5 Software

Osprey Talon G1 Encoder with Wowza Streaming Engine 4.5 Software

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The Osprey Talon G1 Encoder Bundle can be used for end-to-end media streaming. It includes the Talon G1 Hardware Encoder and Wowza Streaming Engine Media Server 4.5 Software.

With its flexible routing solutions and multiple streaming capabilities, the Talon G1 Hardware Encoder is a professional solution for streaming and archiving live video content. The G1 can accept video from SDI, HDMI, or composite video sources and compress the incoming stream into an H.264 file. H.264 compression gives the flexibility for video to be streamed over the web or easily archived without the storage impact of uncompressed video.

Since the encoding hardware is built into the G1, no extra processing power on the part of a computer is required. 2 simultaneous video signals can be streamed simultaneously to two different destinations, while a single video signal can be streamed to up to 3 discrete destinations, each with its own settings.

The Wowza Streaming Engine Media Server 4.5 Software enables reliable video and audio streaming to any device. It provides unlimited live transcoding for ABR (adaptive bitrate) delivery across any network to any device. The software leverages UHD capabilities and Wowza-integrated solutions to enable VR and 360° content streams. In addition, it offers flash-free streaming with support for HTML5, WebRTC, MPEG-DASH, Apple HLS and more.

The software offers Facebook Live, SHOUTcast, and Icecast stream target integration and Apple HLS delivery to generic targets. It also supports integration of Panasonic AW-series PTZ cameras and AJ-series cameras. The software enables pass-through and transcoded stream SCTE-35 and KLV marker preservation. In addition, it also supports Simple Network Management protocol (SNMP).

Wowza Streaming Engine Features

Provides unlimited live transcoding for adaptive bitrate (ABR) delivery across any network to any device
Software is platform-agnostic, multiformat, and multiscreen
Takes any video format, transcodes it once and delivers it to any device
Wowza APIs and SDKs provide an extensive stable platform for developing and deploying custom streaming applications and integrations
Streaming Engine includes a wealth of features designed to stream high-quality live and on-demand content
Leverage UHD capabilities and Wowza-integrated solutions to enable VR and 360°; content streams
Live-Stream DVR - Provides viewers the ability to pause, play, and rewind a live video stream
WebRTC addresses low-latency streaming use cases, including second-screen experiences, and video chat
Multi-Level Content Security ensures that your streams, networks, and audio and video assets are protected with Wowza software's wide variety of security measures
Leverage software's powerful, scalable, components to build solutions that support your streaming needs
Make your streaming Flash-free with support for new and emerging standards-HTML5, WebRTC, MPEG-DASH, Apple HLS, and more
Use a single live stream to simultaneously deliver live video and audio streams to any player, any device over any protocol
Supports live streaming from any encoder
Broadcast directly from H.264 IP cameras to connected devices and record live streams for instant DVR or later on-demand playback
On-the-fly transcoding for converting between formats to deliver appropriate streams to each device
Create live, linear, or on-demand streaming applications such as live events, news, surveillance, training, and on-demand videos
Control the PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) functionality of certain Sony and Axis IP (network) cameras
Robust REST and Java APIs - Configure, manage, and monitor custom integrations and implement custom modules
Reach global audiences with video streams that allow viewers to select the audio or captioning from multiple languages
Deliver live and on-demand videos with captions that support multiple scenarios and comply with FCC regulations
Multiple Deployment Options - Retain control of video and audio content whether it's hosted on your dedicated on-premises servers, on cloud-managed instances, or in third-party data centers
Record a live stream to a file available for later on-demand playback
Record an entire live webcast into a single file and segment it into multiple files for chapter replay, or start and stop recording at predetermined points for partial archiving
Create the ultimate immersive experience with surround-sound audio
Create an improved viewing experience by leveraging capabilities such as pause, play, instant replay, rewind, and fast-forward using the Wowza nDVR
Scale on-demand streaming by dynamically retrieving content from a web server or network file system
Scale live and on-demand streaming across large regions and audiences by using Wowza Streaming Engine as an origin server for CDNs and more
Automatically disconnect idle clients to clear inactive connections
Use Stream Targets to scale and add redundancy to your live streaming workflow
Send an incoming live source stream to the Wowza Streaming Cloud service, third-party CDNs, YouTube, etc.
Maximize performance by dynamically balancing connection loads among multiple Wowza Streaming Engine instances
Make effective use of enterprise networks with unicast streaming across a multi-server public or private network, or multicast streaming across large, collocated groups of viewers on private networks.

Added Features in Version 4.5

Easily stream to Facebook Live, SHOUTcast, and Icecast
Easily stream video from Panasonic AW-series PTZ cameras and AJ-series cameras
Deliver Apple HLS chunks to generic destinations for management or manipulation
Wowza Streaming Engine supports integration with SNMP monitoring applications
In the Box
Osprey Talon G1 Encoder with Wowza Streaming Engine 4.5 Software
  • Talon G1 Hardware Encoder
  • Wowza Streaming Engine Media Server 4.5 Software
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    Delivery Streaming Delivery: Multi-Protocol, Multi-Client
    Adobe Flash RTMP (RTMPE, RTMPT, RTMPTE, RTMPS): Flash Player, Adobe AIR
    Adobe Flash HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS): RTMP-compatible players, HDS-compatible players
    Apple HTTP Live Streaming (HLS):
    iPhone, iPod, iPad (iOS 3 or later)
    QuickTime Player (10 or later)
    Safari (4 or later on Mac OS X version 10.6)
    Roku streaming devices
    Other HLS-compatible players

    Microsoft Smooth Streaming
    Silverlight 3 or later
    Other Smooth Streaming-compatible players
    Quicktime Player
    Other RTSP/RTP-compliant players
    VideoLAN VLC media player
    3GPP-compatible mobile devices
    MPEG2 Transport Protocol (MPEG-TS)
    IPTV set-top boxes
    Multicast to any Silverlight-enabled desktop
    Live Streaming Live Streaming: Compatible Encoding Inputs
    Video: H.264, VP8, VP6, Sorenson Spark, Screen Video v1 & v2
    Audio: AAC, AAC-LC, HE-AAC+ v1 & v2, MP3, Speex, Opus, Vorbis
    Video: H.265, H.264, VP9, VP8
    Audio: AAC, AAC-LC, HE-AAC+ v1 & v2, MP3, Speex, Opus, Vorbis
    Video: H.265, H.264, VP9, VP8
    Audio: AAC, AAC-LC, HE-AAC+ v1 & v2, MP3, AC-3 (Dolby Digital), E-AC-3 (Dolby Digital Plus), Opus, Vorbis
    ICY (SHOUTcast/Icecast)
    Audio: AAC, AAC-LC, HE-AAC+ v1 & v2, MP3
    Supported File Formats Video-on-Demand Streaming: Supported File Formats
    Video and audio
    FLV (Flash Video-.flv)
    MP4 (QuickTime container-.mp4, .f4v, .mov, .m4v, .mp4a, .3gp, & .3g2)
    .ismv, .isma
    MP3 (.mp3)
    Protocols Protocols and Payloads: Applicable Transport Protocol and Payload Specifications
    IETF RFC2326
    RTP: H.264
    IETF RFC3984, QuickTime generic RTP payload format
    RTP: AAC
    IETF RFC3640
    IETF RFC3016
    ISO/IEC 14496-3
    RTP: MP3
    IETF RFC2250
    ISO/IEC 13818-1
    MPEG-TS over RTP
    IETF RFC2038
    System Requirements Minimum Recommended Production Hardware
    CPU: Single quad core, 3 GHz or better
    RAM: 4 GB
    Disk: 2 or more in RAID 0 (striping)
    Network: 1 Gb/s Ethernet
    High-load Recommended Production Hardware
    CPU: Dual quad-core or a single hex-core, 3 GHz or better RAM: 16 to 32 GB
    Disk: 2 or more in RAID 0 (striping)
    Network: 10 Gb/s Ethernet
    Supported Operating Systems
    Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10; Server 2003, 2008, 2012), Linux (all distributions, Mac OS X 10.8 or later
    Java (required)
    Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 8+ or Java Development Kit (JDK) 8+
    Hardware Transcoder Decoding (inputs)
    Video: H.265/HEVC, H.264/AVC, MPEG4 Part 2, MPEG2, VP9, VP8
    Audio: MP3, AAC-LC, HE-AAC+ v1 & v2, MPEG1 Part 1/2, Speex, G.711
    Encoding (outputs)
    Video: H.265/HEVC, H.264/AVC, H.263 (v2), VP9
    Audio: AAC, AAC-LC, HE-AAC+ v1 & v2, Opus, G.711
    DVR Live Stream Caching and Playout
    Single content cache for simultaneous playout to Flash HDS, Microsoft
    Smooth Streaming, and Apple HLS clients
    Live Stream Time-Shifting
    Pause, rewind, fast-forward, return to live
    Management DRM
    Third-party Key-Management Services
    BuyDRM, Verimatrix, and EZDRM
    Encryption Services
    BuyDRM: Microsoft PlayReady ++
    ++ Inc. Common Encryption for MPEG-DASH
    Verimatrix: Verimatrix VCAS ++, Microsoft PlayReady, EZDRM: Microsoft PlayReady
    Live and On-demand Clients PC, Mac, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Game consoles, Set-Top Boxes, smart TVs
    BuyDRM: BuyDRM players and Smooth Streaming clients
    Verimatrix: ViewRight web clients and Smooth Streaming clients
    EZDRM Live: Smooth Streaming clients
    EZDRM VOD: Discretix SecurePlayer and Smooth Streaming clients (note: EZDRM does not support iOS or Android)
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