CYP highlights streaming and capture duo

CYP has introduced the IP-Xtream-R and SY-U3CC for recording or streaming live webinars, lectures or sermons, as well as archiving video conferences or gaming sessions.

The IP-Xtream-R simultaneously delivers local presentations in 4K, offers on-board recording at the touch of a button and live streaming to Facebook, YouTube or Twitch channels. The stand-alone streaming and recording system offers HDMI/VGA in and HDMI monitor out.

Recorded video can be stored on a locally inserted SD card, USB storage, or to a designated network drive supporting file system FAT32, EXFAT, NFS, and CIFS.

It can act as a streaming server (using RTP/RTSP protocols) or streaming client (using the RTMP protocol.

The unit generates four simultaneous streams from the same video source (1080p@60fps, 1080p@30fps, VGA@30fps, QVGA@30fps) for system integration at multiple bandwidth targets.

The SY-U3CC is suited to video archiving. It supports 4K video for local transmission and 1080p to a USB-connected PC for recording or re-broadcasting and is powered directly via its USB 3.0 port.

The HDMI to USB 3.0 capture and recorder handles uncompressed video and audio data capture (up to 1080p, LPCM 2.0).

It complies with the UAC (USB Audio Class) and UVC (USB Video Class) standards to support most common capture and video streaming software.

Th unit may be powered directly via USB 3.0 and supports free OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) streaming software which is available for Windows PC, macOS and Linux.

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