In a portable design with 12G-SDI and HDMI 1080p60 inputs, the Epiphan Pearl Nano can be used for simple encoding productions or much more complex setups thanks to its expansive feature set and versatility, and 4K streaming and recording are expected via a future firmware update.
Pearl Nano features an HDMI program out, zero-latency HDMI pass-through to local monitors, and audio support via dual XLR, RCA, and USB inputs. Streamline your setup even further with the ability to power Nano over PoE+ instead of the included power supply. An SD card slot on the front and an expansion bay supporting M.2 SATA SSDs, allow you to record locally and then have the recorded files automatically transferred to a USB drive, local server, or network-attached storage device.
The advanced and easy-to-use streaming and recording functions enable you to integrate the Nano into elaborate productions. SRT encoding and decoding capabilities along with end-to-end control allow the Nano to be used as a contribution encoder for remote guests. Broad streaming protocol support lets you stream to any CDN or streaming server using protocols including SRT, HLS, MPEG-DASH, RTMP, and RTMPS.
You can also design the layout of your choice for your video program with Pearl Nano's custom layout designer. Create anything from simple picture-in-picture layouts to compositions with dynamic backgrounds and other custom graphics.
AAC: 16, 22, 44, 48 kHz
PCM: 22, 44, 48 kHz
HLS (push): MD5, SHA-256, and SHA-512
MPEG-DASH (push): MD5, SHA-256, and SHA-512
RTMPS: encryption plus CA certificate negotiation
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