YoloLiv YoloBox Portable All-in-One Multi-Camera Live Streaming Encoder, Switcher, Monitor, and Recorder
YoloLiv YoloBox Portable All-in-One Multi-Camera Live Streaming Encoder, Switcher, Monitor, and Recorder
YoloLiv YoloBox Portable All-in-One Multi-Camera Live Streaming Encoder, Switcher, Monitor, and Recorder
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YoloLiv YoloBox Portable All-in-One Multi-Camera Live Streaming Encoder, Switcher, Monitor, and Recorder

R 18,975.00
Touchscreen Control Streaming Encoder Simultaneous Cross-Platform Streaming Encoder, Monitor, Switcher, and Recorder Live Switch from up to 6 Sources 2 x HDMI, 1 x USB In; 1 x SD Card Input 1 x HDMI Confidence...
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  • Touchscreen Control Streaming Encoder
  • Simultaneous Cross-Platform Streaming
  • Encoder, Monitor, Switcher, and Recorder
  • Live Switch from up to 6 Sources
  • 2 x HDMI, 1 x USB In; 1 x SD Card Input
  • 1 x HDMI Confidence Monitor Out
  • Stream via Ethernet, Wi-Fi, LTE
  • Supports 1080p and 720p Resolutions
  • H.264 Streaming Format
  • Connect to YouTube via Custom RTMP
Sporting an LCD touchscreen for control, the YoloLIV YoloBox Portable All-in-One Multi-Camera Live Streaming Encoder, Switcher, Monitor, and Recorder can simultaneously broadcast to 3 platforms. Simply connect up to 6 video sources, then connect to a local area network via Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or LTE (LTE connection requires SIM card and data plan not included). The large touchscreen display shows the streaming image as well as the input streams; the LCD display also shows the control interface, which allows you to switch between the info sources with a touch.

The YoloBox supports input resolutions of 720p and 1080i/p, and streams at your choice of 540p, 720p, and 1080p60, using the H.264 codec. You can stream to YouTube via custom RTMP settings. Stream using a 4G Cellular network such as Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T. The YoloBox features an HDMI out, which allows you to display your stream locally on an HDMI device. It also has a line-level audio input, and a discrete headphone audio out. You can record your stream directly in the .mp4 format to an optional SD card, up to 128 GB in size, using the built-in SD card slot.
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