ATEN Technology launched its new video capture and mixer device Tuesday. According to ATEN, the device is designed to stream two 4K cameras. The UC3022 CAMLIVE PRO is also intended for the following applications: videoconferencing, livestreaming, distance learning and online worship.
The CAMLIVE PRO combines video capturing, mixing, encoding and two-channel video-source-switching from HDMI cameras and an audio device. The product is compact and portable, taking away the hassle of heavy equipment and complicated wiring. Additionally, with the Android and iOS apps, users can work freely and wirelessly control their video stream while editing it in real-time. Sources are automatically converted to USB video format in 720p or 1080p, which is sent to the user’s laptop or smartphone via USB. This helps livestreams and events flow smoothly and stand out from other online content.
- Capture and transition — Mix and capture two non-HDCP 4K live videos at 1080p UVC format on a PC or mobile device via USB.
- Free ATEN OnAir Lite App for Android or iOS — Control wirelessly, edit in real-time and arrange multi-elements into the program mix with continuous feature updates.
- Stream anywhere — Set up your camera gear and direct your show from any location; also supports real-time HDMI program video preview and audio mixing.
- Easily identifiable chroma keys — Change the background to make it look like you are anywhere.
ATEN’s UC3022 CAMLIVE PRO dual HDMI to USB-C UVC video capture solution will be available in mid-July for $546.00.