If you’re going to do multi-input live video, an all-in-one production switcher is essential equipment. Livestream has announced its latest, the Studio HD51. This model features 5 inputs for High Definition SDI or HDMI and an output with the same connection. The switcher can also drive two external displays. The Studio HD51 is now shipping and will cost just shy of $11,000.
Livestream Launches StudioTM HD51, a New Live Production Switcher with HDMI Support
NEW YORK, NY – February 11, 2014 – Today, Livestream (Livestream.com), the leader in live video, announced the expansion of its award-winning suite of hardware and integrated software with StudioTM HD51, a new, all-in-one live production switcher ideal for studios, facilities, and live production trucks.
Key new features include:
- 5 Inputs and 1 Output with HDMI and HD-SDI support
- Dual screen viewing
- ISO recording and remote camera
- Sleek new LED design allows installation on desktop or rack mount
- Plus hundreds of Livestream StudioTM features
Productions with cost-effective HDMI cameras or professional grade HD-SDI cameras now have the flexibility of a switcher with dual HDMI and SDI inputs.
Purchase of Livestream Studio HD51 includes 1 year of 7 days a week phone support with expert customer service and technical support. Livestream Studio HD51 is now shipping in North and South America via The Streaming Guys today for $11000 MSRP as well as UK and Western Europe, Russia and New Zealand.
Livestream Studio HD51 will be demoed live today at 2:00pm ET by CEO and Co- founder Max Haot. Tune in to watch live or on-demand. Tech specs and additional product information are available.
Visit Livestream at NAB booth number SL3305 to learn about Livestream’s end to end suite of live video production tools.
Livestream’s mission is to connect people and live events. Livestream offers event owners a complete set of hardware
and software tools to share their events with a growing community online. More than 30 million viewers each month watch thousands of live events from customers including The New York Times, Facebook, ESPN, SpaceX and Warner Bros. Records. Founded in 2007, Livestream is headquartered in New York with offices in Los Angeles, London, Ukraine and India.