Datavideo HS-1300 6-Channel HD Portable Video Streaming Studio

BH #DAHS1300 • MFR #HS-1300
Datavideo HS-1300 6-Channel HD Portable Video Streaming Studio
Key Features
  • Switch, Stream, and Record HD Video
  • 6 x HD Video Inputs
  • XLR Audio Inputs
  • 1 x M/E Bus
The Datavideo HS-1300 6-Channel HD Portable Video Streaming Studio can switch up to six live 1080i or 720p HD video inputs while recording and streaming the program feed. Effectively, this makes the HS-1300 a portable TV studio that you can take anywhere and set up with minimal effort or extra equipment. Four SDI and two HDMI inputs can be connected to cameras or other consumer or professional video sources. Audio can be brought in from a separately available mixing board via a pair of XLR inputs. Recording and streaming uses the ubiquitous H.264 format, at up to 10 Mb/s. A single mix-effect bus features two upstream keyers, two downstream keyers with linear and luma key modes, wipe, cut, and mix transitions, plus one picture-in-picture, and all with full preview. Concert productions, events, houses of worship, and educational institutions with live sports programming are some of the few use cases where the HS-1300 could be useful. When it's time to wrap production, close the 17.3" screen, unplug the video sources, and carry the switcher using the built-in handle, like a suitcase.
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Datavideo HS-1300 Overview

The Datavideo HS-1300 6-Channel HD Portable Video Streaming Studio can switch up to six live 1080i or 720p HD video inputs while recording and streaming the program feed. Effectively, this makes the HS-1300 a portable TV studio that you can take anywhere and set up with minimal effort or extra equipment. Four SDI and two HDMI inputs can be connected to cameras or other consumer or professional video sources. Audio can be brought in from a separately available mixing board via a pair of XLR inputs. Recording and streaming uses the ubiquitous H.264 format, at up to 10 Mb/s. A single mix-effect bus features two upstream keyers, two downstream keyers with linear and luma key modes, wipe, cut, and mix transitions, plus one picture-in-picture, and all with full preview. Concert productions, events, houses of worship, and educational institutions with live sports programming are some of the few use cases where the HS-1300 could be useful. When it's time to wrap production, close the 17.3" screen, unplug the video sources, and carry the switcher using the built-in handle, like a suitcase.

Supports 6 video inputs (4 SDI, 2 HDMI) and 3 video outputs (2 SDI, 3 HDMI)
Encodes to different bit rates for recording and streaming
H.264 AVC encoding up to 10 Mb/s
Two XLR audio inputs
Frame store from any input
Cross-point assignment
Tally and GPI output
17.3" LCD screen with 1600 x 900 resolution
Easy-to-navigate on-screen menu system
Headphone jack for audio monitoring in program display mode
UPC: 672255007471

Datavideo HS-1300 Specs

Video Format Support1080i 60/59.94/50
720p 60/59.94/50
Video InputsHD-SDI: 4 x BNC
HDMI: 2 x HDMI type A
Video OutputsSDI: 2 x BNC
HDMI: 3 x HDMI type A
Audio Inputs2 x XLR
Audio Outputs1 x Stereo headphone
MonitorSize: 17.3" / 43.9 cm
Resolution: 1600 x 900
Video EncodingVideo Codec: H.264 AVC main/high profile
Bit Rate: Up to 10 Mb/s
Audio Codec: AAC-LC
Bit Rate: 32-384 kb/s
Sample Rate: 16-bit, 48 kHz
Streaming ProtocolTS over TCP/UDP (unicast and multicast)
RTSP over HTTP/TCP/UDP (RTSP elementary streaming)
RTMP (publish)
Recording MediaSD card
Recording FormatMP4
Dimensions17.9 x 14 x 5.3" / 45.5 x 35.5 x 13.4 cm
Weight16.3 lb / 7.4 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight21.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23 x 22.5 x 9.5"
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