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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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|Item Dimensions||1 x 3 x 4 inches|
|Item Weight||0.4 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1 pound|
|Supported Internet Services||YouTube|
Vidiu is a consumer camera-top HDMI H.264 Encoder
Top Customer Reviews
-Pretty easy to use, once you get the app.
- Small package (but not very mobile)
-The navigation button is pretty cool concept, and works well (but can be a pain if you have complex wifi passwords to enter)
-Works well when plugged into ethernet
-YouTube live stream integration is seamless and super easy to setup
- This product needs a hardware refresh.
- It's form factor indicates that it should be mobile, however the wifi connectivity is appalling. No 802.11ac support, cant get more than 3-4Mbps on either 2.4Ghz/5Ghz to 802.11ac/n OR g AP sitting right next to it. May not be an issue for 360p streams, but if you want 720p/1080p not very practical. Had to use a 802.11ac wifi connected to laptop --> then bridge that connection via ethernet to Viduu to get enough bandwidth.
- 1080p streaming indicates needing 7.2mbps BW on the box, however even with more than 10Mbps upload on a dedicated pipe, 1080p is very choppy.
- Battery life is less than 60 minutes. Again, not very useful when you are walking around.
- Boot up time takes for every and the unit is very sluggish when starting/stopping streams
- Tech support --> SUCKS! No response, no clear troublshooting advice.
All that said it's a fairly easy to set up, reliable box. I've run a ustream streaming camera on it for hours and hours and it works fine. External power is a must - it's battery hungry. But that's fairly easy to rig and not a big deal.
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
The streaming quality in HD format was great. I did a streaming for a high profile client and used this VidiU and it worked like a charm.
No headaches associated. You just plug via HDMI from your camera to the Vidiu, and hook up an internet connection via Ethernet or WiFi, and you can stream live to Livestream/Youtube/Ustream without doing much more than login into your streaming account and setting the desired stream quality, etc...
Overall this is a very good piece of equipment which stream up to full HD quality streams at 5Mbps. I'm a professional and I hated having to use multiple pieces of equipment (laptop, converter, etc) to create a live stream. This little device does the job nicely for 1-camera (or multi-camera environment) streams. It doesn't seem to overheat too much, and I can stream a long time if I connect it to power source without overheating (i streamed for up to 2.5 hours in HD 720p and it worked like a charm). When not connected to a power plug, you can stream about 60-minutes or more.
I really recommend it. Their app works pretty decently on smartphone and tablet.
The only downside is that you have to stream via their App on the ipad if you want to add text / photos / images to your stream (if you don't want to have to do it on a laptop but rather use an ipad/tablet)...