- 2 × HDMI, 1 × 3G SDI Video inputs.
- Mic-level: 2 × XLR, 1 × 3.5mm Line-level: 1 × stereo RCA, 1 × stereo TRS Audio inputs.
- On-board touch screen and 1 × HDMI for video output.
- H.264, MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG encoding.
- Recording in AVI, MP4, MOV, or MPEG-TS.
- User selectable resolutions up to 1920 × 1200.
- Web Admin panel, Epiphan Live portal, touch screen.
- Comprehensive HTTP, and RS-232 APIs
- 261 mm x 172 mm x 60 mm @ 1.7 kg
Setting up for a live event has never been easier than with Pearl Mini. Get up and running in minutes to stream, record, and switch your event. Pearl Mini is built for durability in the field and delivers high quality results in any situation. Pearl Mini allows you to work with HDMI, SDI, and DVI sources. No signal converters or scalers necessary!
Trusted by the world’s leading businesses and academic institutions, Epiphan Video brings us the Pearl Mini the latest in a long line of the ultimate live event streaming and lecture capture devices. While it’s incredibly easy to use for operators and professors, even an unexperienced operator can have confidence when using Pearl Mini with the one touch button for streaming and recording, and the simplified touchscreen interface. It also has a robust set of features designed for integration into a LMS or CMS.
Simultaneously live stream to YouTube, Facebook or any other content delivery network or content management system. At the same time, use the built-in streaming server to stream locally to web browsers, smart TVs, and set-top boxes.
Design your own custom layouts, including picture in picture and image overlays, using the drag-and-drop editor in Pearl Mini’s web-based Admin panel. Combine, crop, and scale up to 2 HD video sources. Add overlay images, text, and timestamping and more.
Pearl Mini’s hardware-accelerated encoder provides H.264 encoding for maximum performance. Record as produced program out or as individual ISOs. The front mounted SD card slot allows for speedy handoffs of recorded footage. You can also configure automatic file transfer to a local USB drive or to a network drive using SFTP, FTP, RSYNC, SCP or CIFS.
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