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Cerevo Exhibits Leading Streaming Devices at NAB 2017



Cerevo was founded in 2008 and is located in Tokyo, Japan with a branch office in Redmond, WA, USA. Cerevo is a small batch company focusing on making unique networked devices and connected solutions for both consumer and professional users based on its “Global Niche” concept. Cerevo will be exhibiting its complete line-up of leading streaming and IoT devices at NAB 2017.

LiveWedge is the award winning live streaming video switcher, mixer, and recorder with 4x HDMI inputs. It also broadcasts live video simultaneously via the internet. Easy user control is available via the free LiveWedge companion iOS/Android tablet app. It also supports PnP and chroma keying as well as all basic transitions such as wipe, fade, cut, etc.

LiveShell X is the latest and most advanced model in Cerevo’s line of award-winning LiveShell devices. It supports live broadcast streaming without a PC through HDMI input encoding at up to 1080/60p in H.265 or H.264 and real time recording via microSD and multicasting with up to 3 simultaneous streams. LiveShell X provides stable, professional quality streaming. It also supports simultaneous multi-streaming and the ability to add subtitles and lower third graphics.

LiveShell PRO is the Mid-range live streaming device supporting analog inputs as well as HDMI. The LiveShell PRO is a mid-range wireless video streamer. Video and audio is encoded in H.264 and AAC at 720p resolution and up to Mbps bit rate. The replaceable, rechargeable battery allows you to broadcast from anywhere with an internet connection.

LiveShell 2 is the world’s most cost effective PC-less live streaming device. The successor to “LiveShell”, Cerevo’s highly regarded live streaming device that was first released in 2011. This model retains the compact and portable design of its predecessor while adding support for HD streaming. Live streaming is possible via wired LAN or Wi-Fi. The addition of 5GHz Wi-Fi support means stable streaming is possible even in bandwidth-congested areas.

Visit Cerevo at Central Hall booth #C1046 at NAB 2017.

 


Cerevo Unveiled a New Video Encoder for Live Streaming at NAB 2016



LiveShell XCerevo focuses on creating networked devices for consumer and professional users. Cerevo’s products have been recognized globally for their unique connected solutions. Cerevo unveiled LiveShell X, a revolutionary video encoder for live streaming at NAB 2016.

LiveShell X is the latest and highest model in Cerevo’s line of award-winning LiveShell series devices that enables you to live stream without the need for a PC. The multi-streaming function enables you to stream multiple services simultaneously while sending video to a backup server. You can also broadcast multiple streams to one streaming service with different bit rates.

LiveShell X features leading edge H.265/AAC encoding, supporting video at up to 1080/60fps and a bit rate of 20Mbps. It can record to a microSD card directly, to make a backup copy of your H.265/H.264 encoding live broadcasts. It has lower thirds support, where you can add the subtitles, logos and graphics on your live streaming.

LiveShell X is scheduled to be shipped in Summer of 2016 and will be priced at $699. Visit Cerevo at booth C9250 at NAB 2016.


Cerevo Announces LiveShell 2 Video Streaming Device



LiveShell 2The market for all-in-one live video streaming devices has really taken off over the last year. It’s definitely easier than ever to create, capture, encode, and stream live video. The latest device in this ever-expanding vertical was just Announced by Cerevo. It’s named LiveShell 2 and it’s the followup to the company’s original LiveShell product.

LiveShell 2 can broadcast video and audio encoded in H.264+AAC, with a resolution of 720p and a bitrate of up to 10Mbps. Streaming is possible via wired LAN or Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac). The addition of 5GHz Wi-Fi support means stable streaming is possible even in bandwidth-congested areas.

LiveShell 2 doesn’t require a computer in order to operate. You can connect a camera direct to LiveShell 2 via HDMI. Also, LiveShell 2 supports several live streaming services, such as Ustream, YouTube Live, Twitch, and RTMP servers. LiveShell can also be used in Local Mode which allows LiveShell 2 to broadcast sound and video to a specific RTMP server in a completely closed LAN environnment. In addition, the RTSP mode can be used for direct delivery of video using the LiveShell 2 as a server.

LiveShell 2’s internal rechargeable Li-po battery provides up to 3.3 hours of broadcasting time. It can be recharged via the included A/C adapter or a mobile USB battery charger.

The Cerevo LiveShell 2 is expected to retail for $299. It is not yet available for purchase.