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Teradek Inc 10-0245 VidiU Camera-Top HDMI H.264 Encoder

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  • Generic RTMP interface allows you to stream your live video content to a Wowza server or the platform of your choice at any time
  • Streams over dual band MIMO Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or via a single 3G/4G USB modem
  • Offers a free application for iOS that allows you to stream a second video feed to your mobile device
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Vidiu is a consumer camera-top HDMI H.264 Encoder

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  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 3 x 1 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00CPYXT02
  • Item model number: 10-0245
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 9, 2013

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By jeff hollis on October 4, 2013
I work in streaming media, and this unit actually lifts some barriers when it comes to live transmission. Typically, we'd need a computer, a video capture card, and software in order to stream live. This can cost anywhere from $2500 for a PC with wirecast and a blackmagic ultrastudio (thunderbolt), which a PC laptop with thunderbolt isn't the most common thing around, and $25,000 for a tricaster. Sure, the tricaster has a lot more features and such, with multiple inputs acting as a switcher, but a lot of the time, we'll have a switcher on-site, and we'll only need to transmit a program feed.

We have a custom built platform that accepts RTMP and WMV streams (hence why I can't use a mac at times), and this unit actually works beautifully with it. It's a bit sluggish, at times, but once it's connected, it works. It's great to be able to remote into it to change settings, paths, and profiles. It doesn't allow you to completely customize your profiles, but the presets work decent enough. We've decided to start buying these as back-ups to our primary field systems, and have recommended some clients to buy them as well. At $700, you can't beat it. This unit works wirelessly, but also has an ethernet port, which is almost always required when streaming live video. This unit can utilize a 4g connection with a usb dongle as well, but I haven't tested that.

The only drawback, which isn't really a drawback, is that the unit only has an HDMI input. Keep in mind that the Teradek Cube (more expensive model) can take an HDSDI feed, or you can get any number of converters out there.

I would definitely recommend this as a prosumer/backup, or even a professional primary unit for someone who knows what they're doing. The quality is actually pretty great, but with any technology, you have to be ready to troubleshoot a bit when things go a little haywire.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nilesh Tailor on August 11, 2014
Its an impressive piece of hardware. The fact that its so small but capable of sending an HD signal from HDMI to Livestream, Ustream, etc with ease is beyond amazing. It keeps the setup clean (since you're not lagging around a laptop), it takes up very small space, runs on wifi, runs on its own internal battery, if needed.

I'm beyond impressed with it. It can be a lil fluky every now and then when internet connection is an issue or login credentials are an issue. But 9/10 it works very well.

We used it at our church for web streaming for 6 months or so. We ended up moving to an automated live solution so I just sold it on ebay. But it was a great unit for what its worth.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. DeJesus on October 18, 2014
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I knew nothing about streaming. Bought this unit and a week later I live streamed an all day event with good video quality and very few problems - my only internet connection was my Verizon MIFI Jetpack. I'm hooked!

My only complaints are that it takes a long while to boot up. A good 2-3 minutes. When covering a live event, avoid stopping and starting the stream because it is a long process and you will miss something important. Just keep it rolling. Plug into AC and it will run all day. There is no battery indicator. somewhere between 60-90 minutes it will suddenly flash on you with very little warning. At that point not much you can do
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Oliver R. Torres on April 22, 2014
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The product itself works as described. Its meant to remove the need for a computer. I would highly recomend that you check your internet speed before you invest in this because I was using this to stream to youtube live events and the quality was very poor. I'm sure in part it was my internet but I still expected much better quality then I was getting. Also, make sure you download the app. It makes the process much easier.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Sanchez on December 6, 2014
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This device is pretty cool. Very happy with this purchase. Easy to use and setup using the downloadable app. I use it to broadcast a HD signal out of my camera via the HDMI port to my Ustream channel and with a solid internet connection this thing works like a charm. I had no problems broadcasting for 4 hours straight. highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Donny Daniel on August 6, 2014
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Used it so many times and really like it. Works as advertised, really solid - takes a while to start up but once running its a charm.

Some things I would like is, lets say the device should be able to notify when the stream is down or video loss via the app using its bilet in wifi.
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We bought this to work with a Canon HF-G30 camcorder to stream Church services. The place where we shoot from has no power outlet, so we need to work for 1-1.5 hrs. on battery. After reading that the internal battery on the Vidiu won't last nearly that long, we bought appropriate voltage Wasabi batteries, and then also a battery docking plate with a short wire ending in a barrel connector to attach to the power connection of the Vidiu. This works fine, but you need to remember to charge the internal battery also, as for some reason, the battery is not enough to prevent a discharge of the battery, and if the internal battery is low, the external battery will not support the encoder. I'm still not sure if the device needs to be turned on when charging the internal battery. A charge indicator for the internal battery is very much needed.

We stream using YouTube, and prior to trying to stream our latest event, the internal battery had completely dischared. This resulted in loss of the Google "device code" from memory. On being turned on each time, the Vidiu would profer a different device code. As a result, the stream could not be started up to Youtube until we reenabled the new device code (google.com/device) that the Vidiu had assigned to itself.

The other tricky thing is, that the device, after it connects to a YouTube streaming site, will not automatically detect live events that were added to the streaming site since the last time that the Vidiu was used. One needs in the MENU to go to Broadcast to go to the streaming site and move the little joystick button to the right to "Get Events". A lot of this is not explained in the very cursory documentation.

The device does work well, and the quality of the stream is quite good.
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