NVS-33

H.264 Video Streaming Encoder and MP4 Recorder
Video Encoder

H.264 Video Streaming Encoder and MP4 Recorder

NVS-33
USD $799.00

H.264 streaming and recording simultaneously

H.264 streaming and recording simultaneously

Supports different bitrates for recording and streaming

1x SDI / HDMI input

1x SDI / HDMI input

NVS-33 is a small, easy-to-use video streaming and recording equipment designed for professional video producers.

Support RCA unbalanced audio input

Also support SDI / HDMI embedded audio

Support RCA unbalanced audio input
Streaming videos in RTMPS, RTMP, RTSP formats

Streaming videos in RTMPS, RTMP, RTSP formats

Easy stream to YouTube, Facebook and many other platforms.

Record on SD card

Easy to store. The NVS-33 can record MP4 file to an SD card

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Supports FAT /NTFS file system

Supports FAT /NTFS file system

Recording to SD Card with either NTFS and FAT file system to keep the continuous recording with a file size limit of 4GB.

Remotely controlled by Windows or Mac

Remotely controlled using a Windows / Apple PC or mobile device with a web browser.

Remotely controlled by Windows or Mac
Seamlessly compatible with dvCloud

Seamlessly compatible with dvCloud

Get the most out of your streaming hardware using DVCloud. The NVS-33 is seamlessly compatible with Datavideo’s DVCloud service.

This subscription service give you the possibility of sending your stream to multiple destinations at the same time without having to have multiple hardware encoders.

You can also record your production on the DVCloud platform in h.264 format. After recording you can directly use this recording to upload it to your favourite content platform.

Direct SRT streaming to dvCloud prevents hickups and lag in your stream, especially when using slow or unreliable internet connections or when streaming large distances (for instance to the other side of the globe). Even if your destination does not support SRT you can still stream SRT to dvCloud and go to the destination in RTMP.

For more information on DVCloud, please visit the product page or sign up directly on www.dvcloud.tv

Support SRT streaming protocol, no need to worry about unreliable network environment

Support SRT streaming protocol, no need to worry about unreliable network environment

Many broadcasters have experienced pixelated video during live streaming, often due to unstable network environments caused by bandwidth volatility. Streaming RTMP over unreliable, low-bandwidth networks can cause issues. With dvCloud, you can now replace the RTMP protocol with SRT, which will fix most streaming issues you may have. SRT is better than RTMP because it handles problematic networks more efficiently. It requires less bandwidth, and it solves data errors faster. As a result, your viewers will experience a better stream, with less buffering and pixelization.

Build a reliable SRT live streaming workflow with all Datavideo products.

Datavideo's wide range of encoders, cameras, and hand-carry switchers are fully supported by SRT and dvCloud. Datavideo encoders and dvCloud provide reliable streams over unreliable networks. By using a Datavideo encoder and dvCloud together, you can utilize SRT (instead of RTMP) on the initial problematic connection or "First Mile." After your video stream reaches dvCloud, you can depend on dvCloud's reliable, high-bandwidth network to deliver the stream to your favorite destinations, like Facebook and YouTube.

Tutorial videos created specifically for the NVS-33

Datavideo Academy is a comprehensive learning platform established by Datavideo Technology. As a professional Broadcast and AV equipment manufacturer, Datavideo Technology is not only committed to providing quality products to users, but also has the responsibility to help users learn to operate Datavideo products. 

Through the Datavideo Academy platform, users can easily master the operation of Datavideo products and experience the unique design of Datavideo products, further creating a variety of applications and bringing a good user experience. Now, a tutorial video for the NVS-33 is available at Datavideo Academy to help you get the best performance out of the product. Please click on the following link.

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H.264 Video Streaming Encoder and MP4 Recorder

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Model Number
NVS-33
Video Input
HDMI x1
SDI x1
Supported Video Input Resolution
1080p 60/59.94/50
1080p 30/29.97/25/24/23.98
1080i 60/59.94/50
720p 60/59.94/50
480i 59.94, 576i 50
Video Output
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Audio Input
SDI & HDMI embedded audio
RCA L/R x1
Encode
H.264/AVC, Main/High Profile Level 4.1
Video Bitrate
Record Only: Up to 16Mbps (1080p50/60)
Stream Only: Up to 10Mbps (1080p50/60)
Rec+Stream: 10Mbps (1080p25/30)
Video Rate Mode
CBR
Audio Mode
Stereo/Mono
Audio Bitrate
Stereo: 64~384Kbps
Mono: 32~192Kbps
Audio Delay
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Streaming Protocols
TS over TCP/UDP (unicast & multicast)
RTSP over HTTP/TCP/UDP (RTSP Elementary Streaming)
RTMP/RTMPS (Publish)
HLS
SRT
Network Interface
1x RJ45 (10/100Mbps Ethernet)
Recording File Format
MP4
Storage
SD Card x1
(File System: NTFS, FAT, exFAT)
Special Feature
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Power Supply
DC 12V
Dimension (LxWxH)
220 x 95 x 47 mm
Weight
0.7 kg
Operating Temp. Range
0~40 °C
What's in the Box
1 x NVS-33 product
1 x AD Switch DC 12V

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