The Osprey 700e HD card seems to be very popular in the video streaming industry and a lot of magazines offered their awards to this card after running tests and making comparisons.
Our professional team also made some testing and successfully used the Osprey video capture card to stream HD video. The card has a lot to offer and one of the most important features is that it accepts several source signals via SDI input.
We tested different video settings starting from 420p to 1080p using different FPS (frames per second) with the TikiLIVE broadcaster. We managed to achieve this with a regular broadband connection and the end users were watching the stream via a flash video player. You can try it yourself if you have an Osprey card as it’s free to use. You can read more about the HD application at http://www.thehdstandard.com/hd-broadcaster/
We did it with this simple software which requires the most affordable supporting hardware. The only hardware require to broadcast with this HD broadcaster is a capture card, Dual Core (Quad Core PC required for full 1080HD), a HD video source and a broadband internet connection of 500kbs to 1 Mbs. The documentation for the setup and what is required to use the 700e card can be found at:
See some HD samples here:
HD Sample 1
HD Sample 2
You can share your thoughts and experience with this card by leaving a comment or see me offline for more information. A new HD broadcaster will be released soon, keep an eye on the blog to read the latest news. Also read HERE how you can start your own channel and stream live on the Internet.
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