Teradek has released the Vidiu X, a new device in its Vidiu line, an encoder that receives video via HDMI, then compresses it to H.264 and streams it to platforms like YouTube or Twitch via Ethernet, Wifi 6 or an optional LTE modem.
The maximum resolution of the stream is FullHD (1080p60) with a bitrate of 15 Mbps. The streaming protocols RTMP, RTMPS, AirMix, Sharlink Bonding and RTSP are supported. Audio can be processed via analog 3.5mm jack input (line in/micro in).
Vidiu Teradek X
Teradek VidiU X streams directly to online video platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Persicope - mthanks to Teradek&s own pay multistreaming service Sharelink, videos can also be streamed simultaneously to multiple platforms online video platforms such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitch. Also, via Sharelink, all three connections (WLAN, Ethernet and LTE) can be combined into a single more secure one for greater resilience.
Using the Vidiu app (iOS/Android), all settings (such as encoding, streaming, or network setup) of the Vidiu X can be done on the phone or tablet, as well as monitoring the video stream. The VidiuX requires power via USB-C to operate, and does not have an internal battery - unlike the more professional and more expensive Vidiu Go.
Parallel to streaming, the compressed H.264 video can also be recorded to SD card. The original video can be looped through via an HDMI output. The Vidiu X can be attached directly to a camera via a hot shoe adapter.
Vidiu Teradek X
Weighing only 160g and measuring 10.5 x 2.8 x 7.5 cm, the Teradek Vidiu X streaming encoder will be available in a few weeks and will cost around 755 euros.
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