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Teradek VidiU X HD Video Streaming System

BH #TEVIDIUX • MFR #10-0235
Teradek
Teradek VidiU X HD Video Streaming System
Key Features
  • Compact 1080p60 Video Streaming Encoder
  • HDMI Input & Output, OLED Display
  • USB Type-A 3G/4G Modem Support
  • Ethernet & Wi-Fi , Wi-Fi 6 & 5G Capable
Create a high-definition video live stream from anywhere your production leads you for your viewers on a variety of web services using the compact VidiU X Video Streaming System from Teradek. The VidiU X allows you to input an HDMI video signal from your HD camera and then broadcast it in up to 1080p60 resolution to the Internet using Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or even an optional 4G/3G modem when a LAN isn't available. It is also Wi-Fi 6 and 5G capable, so it is ready for super-fast data rates and future compatibility.
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Are you able to set custom RTMP settings on this ...

Are you able to set custom RTMP settings on this device? ie. Can I set this device to stream to a restream.io rtmp address?
Asked by: David
Yes, the following unit is compatible with Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Vimeo, Airmix, and various RTSP/RTMPS online video platforms. Be mindful that the unit will only stream at 1080p60 at a mac=x bitrate of 15 mbps.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2021-07-30

Recently using the BMD ATEM Mini Pro switcher on ...

Recently using the BMD ATEM Mini Pro switcher on outdoor 2~3 camera shoots and streaming using ZOOM & YouTube Live. I also use a pocket MiFi device for internet connectivity. Would this VidiU X be redundant (to my system mentioned above)? How could the VidiU X enhance what I currently have? Thanks!
Asked by: George
It would be redundant however the Vidiu piece by Teradek would give you more. Not only a hotspot like your MiFi but would give you Wifi connection.
Answered by: Craig
Date published: 2021-06-08
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