BoxCaster Pro is a complete, easy-to-use 4k live streaming solution for the professionals and organizations. It is very simple to use just plug your camera, audio input and internet connection into the BoxCaster and you are good to go. The video will be sent to the company’s cloud servers for compression and encoding and then it can be instantly broadcast via their video player. You can then encode the video player into your website or directly share your live event on to YouTube and the social media sites like Facebook.
The company claims the system is very reliable, “You can schedule your broadcast ahead of time meaning one less thing to keep track of on the day of your event. Your viewers will get a perfectly-sized picture on any device – smartphone, tablet or computer. Plus, there’s no buffering and no annoying ads to distract from your streamed content.” All can be handled by login on to BoxCast’s official website.
- 4K / 60fps / HDR (high dynamic range of colors)
- 264 and HEVC encoding (~2x improvement over h.264)
- SDI (SD, HD, 3G, 6G, 12G) input and loop output
- HDMI 2.0a input and pass-through output
- 2 XLR and balanced 1/4″ combo audio inputs
- ¼”-20 threaded mounting hole
- Screw-in power cable
Feedback / Confidence Monitoring
- 3” Touchscreen for confidence monitoring and simple configuration
- LED ring for simple status indication
- On-screen advanced diagnostics
- Controlled through BoxCast cloud-based software and Broadcaster app
- Headphone jack
- Stream video of any resolution ranging from SD to 4K60
- More efficient data transfer lets you encode in the highest quality
- Stream high-dynamic-range videos with up to 10-bit color
- On-screen graphics and LED lights to let you monitor your audio, video, and network from close-up or far away
- Input balanced audio feeds from XLR or ¼” cables
- Output the video from SDI or HDMI
BoxCaster Pro is a great easy to use plug and play streaming solution for an individual professional or an organization. It also provides you with an option to “ticketing” your events. Just enter the ticket amount and the folks at BoxCast will take care of the rest. You will get your money at the end of your broadcast, it is that simple.
To learn more about the device, its pricing and subscription charges head on to company’s official website.
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