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Teradek VidiU Go Livestream
A live video transmission system featuring Ethernet and Wi-Fi ports that supports both HDMI and 3G-SDI signals up to 1080p60.

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Product Specs

  • Video Quality: Up to 1080p60
  • Video Inputs: SDI and HDMI
  • 2 x USB Ports, Ethernet, and Wi-Fi
  • Compression: AVC/H.264 and HEVC/H.265

Product Overview

The Teradek VidiU Go is a live video transmission system that supports both HDMI and 3G-SDI signals up to 1080p60. It features two USB 2.0 ports for streaming using USB modems, and you can also use the Ethernet and Wi-Fi ports to stream.

The VidiU Go supports AVC/H.264 compression for legacy applications as well as HEVC (H.265), which provides the same quality as H.264 at about half the data rate.

Dual Video Inputs
The VidiU Go seamlessly connects with both consumer and professional cameras via its HDMI and SDI inputs, as well as popular video switchers from Newtek, Roland, vMix, among others.

Instant Live Streaming
Teradek has simplified the boot up and configuration process enabling the VidiU Go to be up and running fas. You can set your streaming parameters from VidiU Go's web and OLED interface, or pre-configure your device with the free VidiU app for iOS and Android. Once powered on, VidiU Go is ready to stream in under 10 seconds.

HEVC Compression
VidiU Go includes both H.264 and HEVC compression, allowing you to choose the technology best suited to your project. HEVC video compression offers the same video quality as H.264 at half the required bandwidth, which makes it perfect for slow Ethernet and Wi-Fi connections or saving on data costs when streaming over cellular networks.

Stream over Bonded Networks
VidiU Go was designed to perform in the most challenging production environments, so it uses the same bonding technology found in Teradek's high-end broadcast systems. Combining the bandwidth from Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and up to two 3G / 4G / LTE modems help prevent your stream from dropping, or use several iPhone and Android smartphones as hotspots for even more bandwidth redundancy.

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