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Upcoming Industry Conferences
Content Delivery Summit [1 June 2020]
Streaming Media East Connect [2-3 June 2020]
Streaming Media West [6-7 October 2020]
Past Conferences
Streaming Media West [19-20 Nov 2019]
Esport & Sports Streaming Summit [19-20 Nov 2019]
OTT Leadership Summit [19-20 Nov 2019]
Video Engineering Summit [19-20 Nov 2019]
Live Streaming Summit [19 Nov 2019]

Matrox Intros Monarch Professional Video Streaming and Recording Appliance

Monarch Pro is a small, easy-to-use device that enerates an RTP-, UDP-, or RTSP-compliant H.264 stream from any full resolution HDMI input while simultaneously recording high-quality MP4 or MOV files to an SD card, a USB 2.0 flash drive or hard disk, or network storage

Matrox introduced Matrox® Monarch™, a professional video streaming and recording appliance. This small easy-to-use device is configurable via a simple HTML interface using any computer on the same network as the device. It generates an RTP-, UDP-, or RTSP-compliant H.264 stream from any full resolution HDMI input while simultaneously recording high-quality MP4 or MOV files to an SD card, a USB 2.0 flash drive or hard disk, or network storage. 

“If an event is worth streaming live, it is worth recording for future use at a higher quality than can typically be streamed. Unfortunately, most of today’s streaming appliances and content delivery networks can only record at the limited data rate that can be sustained by the internet or network connection,” said Daniel Maloney, technical marketing manager at Matrox. “Matrox Monarch solves this problem by providing two independent delivery channels for the input content – one for streaming and one for recording.”

Matrox Monarch

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