Osprey Video Announces Raptor 12G and HDMI 2.0 PCIe Capture Cards

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Osprey Video today announced the launch of the Raptor I/O family, the newest generation of Osprey’s PCIe cards. The Raptor family includes an array of solutions, from 3G-SDI to 12G-SDI cards with up to eight inputs to HDMI 1.4 and 2.0 cards in single- and multi-input configurations. With Raptor, users can ingest video from SD to 4K UHD/DCI, depending upon […]

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Osprey Video Announces USB Video Bridge Devices for Capturing Broadcast-Quality Video to USB 3.0-Equipped Computers

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Osprey Video today announced the launch of the USB Video Bridge line of stand-alone video-capture devices. The line contains three models, all of which let users capture uncompressed video and embedded audio to PCs or other USB 3.0-equipped devices used for broadcast-quality streaming. Besides the units’ driver-less operation and automatic functionality, top-mounted display aids control and monitoring. The USB […]

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Osprey Video Announces Talon G2 Encoder to Stream to Up to Three Destinations Simultaneously

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Osprey Video today announced an extension of its Talon hardware encoder line with the launch of the Talon G2. Like other Talon encoders, the Talon G2 creates live RTMP streams for unmanaged networks such as the internet. Designed for A/V and broadcast customers looking for end-to-end video-streaming tools for professional workflows, the Talon G2 ingests […]

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Osprey Video Announces InfoComm 2017 Plans

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Osprey Video’s Talon G1 line of hardware encoders continues to mature with the addition of new models, new features, and new and tighter integrations with some of the industry’s leading streaming platforms. Such integrations, a key focus for Osprey Video this year, reduce complexity for the user by creating streaming solutions for multiple applications in numerous industries. One of Osprey […]

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