The compact Makito™ HD encoder supports up to 1080p60 resolution with extremely low end-to-end latency. The Makito is ideal for multi-channel enterprise IPTV and digital signage deployments, and for mass HD distribution environments such as schools, medical facilities, stadiums, and auditoriums.
With a low encoding latency and complete audio and video synchronization, the Makito encoder delivers rich media experiences for your daily communication or immediate decision-making needs.
As a perfect mate the to the Makito encoder, the Makito decoder supports up to 3G-SDI and HDMI.
The Makito encoder can output a variety of stream types - unicast/multicast TS, RTSP, RTMP - and multiple bitrates (MBR) to various destinations concurrently, serving desktops, mobile devices, set-top boxes, signage players, recorders and streaming servers. The Makito enables snapshots, logo application, and Selective Mute™ to provide complete control and identification of sources and destinations directly from the encoder.
When Makito encoders are combined with Haivision’s Furnace IP video system, administrators have control over video stream access and distribution. With Furnace’s patented InStream player technology, users can view up to 64 streams simultaneously with end-to-end security, access, control and reporting.
For remote installations or headends, the Makito encoder offers highly flexible configurations either as an ultra compact appliance or within a 1RU (6 blades) or 4RU (21 blades) chassis.
Marlins Park is a state-of-the-art ballpark that entertains more than 37,000 fans every game. The venue is considered innovative in several aspects of design, architecture, sustainability, and technology. To fully leverage the potential of their new facility, the Marlins were looking for a video solution that would bring the fan experience to an entirely new level.
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