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Discover Video Introduces H.264 Multi-Channel Video Encoder for Live Streaming

Discover Video today announced its new H.264 MCE – Multi Channel Encoder for streaming HD or SD channels live. The MCE is ideal for organizations that need to deliver multiple streams simultaneously and need a low cost, high performance, and reliable li

Wallingford, CT(04 Nov 2013)

Discover Video today announced its new H.264  MCE – Multi Channel Encoder for streaming HD or SD channels live.   The MCE is ideal for organizations that need to deliver multiple streams simultaneously and need a low cost, high performance, and reliable live audio/video streaming encoder.  

The MCE is available in various configurations which include six channel SD, single channel HD, two channel HD, and four channel HD.   In addition to supporting multiple video inputs the MCE can provide multi-bit-rate streaming for any channel, allowing an organization to customize streams for various devices, including mobile tablets and smartphones.  

“This innovative multi-channel encoder is ideal for organizations such as community TV stations, schools, government agencies, or enterprises that need to deliver live TV channels internally and on the public Internet”, said Rich Mavrogeanes, CEO and president of Discover Video. “It is amazing how easy it is to use.  Just plug it, turn it on, and watch the high quality streams on any device”.

The MCE can also record in two modes; full motion video, or in snapshot mode where it automatically creates periodic images of the live video.   Recordings can be automatically uploaded to a Discover Video DEVOS system, to a Content Delivery Network, or to virtually any third party system.  The price starts at about $1000 per channel.