- Lowest latency HD H.264 Encoding
- 4 HD Encoding Cores - MBR Streaming
- Multiple Destinations per Stream
- Highly Efficient Encoding - High Profile
- 12 HD 1080p60 Channels in 1 RU
- AES 256-bit Encryption with Furnace
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Extreme Encoding The Makito X2 dual channel H.264 encoder delivers a remarkable 12 channels of High Profile HD 1080p60 with extremely low encoding latency of 55 milliseconds, all within a single rack unit. With dual SDI, the Makito X2 addresses video over IP encoding anywhere on a resolution/bandwidth scale from CIF as low as 32 kbps to full HD at up to 25 Mbps. Supporting High Profile H.264, the Makito X2 delivers highly efficient encoding, yielding up to twice the quality within a given bandwidth or savings up to half of the bandwidth for the same quality compared to industry-leading encoders.
Integrated Solutions Supporting such remarkable density, along with AES stream encryption and FEC, the Makito X2 is ideal for headend applications within enterprise, education, broadcast monitoring, medical, and military applications. Combined with Haivision’s Furnace IP video system, administrators have fine-grained control over video stream access and distribution. Paired with the Makito decoder yields a remarkably low end-to-end 70 millisecond latency. Combined with Haivision’s acclaimed InStream multi-view performance player technology, the Makito X2 serves desktops, laptops, and mobile platforms.
Power Features. With four internal encoding cores, the Makito X2 can encode each input at up to 4 different bitrates and profiles for Multi Bit Rate (MBR) streaming to optimize video distribution. In addition, each core can be then directed at multiple network destinations (unicast, multicast, TS and RTMP) concurrently, to uniquely serve desktops, mobile devices, set-top boxes, signage players, recorders, and streaming servers. For remote installations or headends, the Makito X2 offers highly flexible configurations – available as an ultra-compact appliance for dual channel requirements or within a 1RU (6 blades) or 4RU (21 blades) chassis for high density encoding/decoding challenges. For more information on chassis options, click here.