Sporting an LCD touchscreen for control, the YoloLIV YoloBox Portable Multi-Camera Live Streaming Device can simultaneously broadcast to 3 platforms. Simply connect up to 5 video sources, then connect to a local area network via Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or LTE (LTE connection requires SIM card and data plan not included), and set up your stream. The large touchscreen display shows the streaming image as well as the input streams; the LCD display also shows the control interface, which allows you to switch between the info sources with a touch.
The YoloBox supports input resolutions of 720p and 1080i/p, and streams at your choice of 540p, 720p, and 1080p using the H.264 codec. You can stream to YouTube via custom RTMP settings. The Yolo Box features an HDMI out, which allows you to display your stream locally on an HDMI device. It also has a line-level audio input, and a discrete headphone audio out. You can record your stream directly in the .mp4 format to an optional SD card, up to 128GB in size, using the built-in SD card slot.
The Yolo Box provides you with a large touchscreen interface for easy streaming and control.
The device works as a switcher, with a variety of picture-in-picture templates as well as graphic layers. It has a built-in encoder that allows for live streaming, and can record to optional SD cards.
You can connect to the internet using the integrated RJ45 (Ethernet) port, Wi-Fi, and via cell service using an optional SIM card.
YoloBox will first push your feed to the YoloLIV platform, from where it automatically forward your feed to a maximum of 3 destinations simultaneously.
Note: Please note that at times a streaming service may change their policies, which will cause issues with integration; this is usually a temporary situation.
Major steaming platforms such as Facebook live, YouTube, and twitch as well as YoloLIV are supported. RTMP protocols allow you to stream to custom RTMP destinations including YouTube.
The YoloBox allows you to manage (Switch, Picture-in-picture, etc.) up to 5 inputs, including 4 from physical sources (2 HDMI, 1 USB, and 1 SD card) as well as 1 from a web source.
The internal battery can power your YoloBox for approximately 3 hours. The YoloBox charges via the USB connection, which is used for power only.
Check out further info over at the YoloLIV website.
|Ports||HDMI IN: Video input|
|USB: Video input|
|HDMI OUT: Video output|
|Ethernet: Connect to Internet by Ethernet cable|
|AUDIO IN: Link with microphone|
|TYPE-C: Power connector|
|AUDIO OUT: Link with earphone for sound monitor|
|SIM: Insert SIM Card to get into Internet|
|HOTSHOE: Fix YoloBox with camera|
|SD: Insert SIM Card for video storage|
|Power Button: Turn on and turn off|
|Dimensions and Weight||Length：185mm|
|Encoded Format||Video Encoded Format：H.264|
|Audio Encoded Format：AAC (48k)|
|Video Recorded format：MP4|
|Audio Input Format：32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 16-bit|
|Video Input Format：1080i/ 720p/ 1080p|
|Video Recorded Resolution：Up to 1080p：60fps|
|Live Broadcast Resolution：540P/720P/1080P|
|Video Storage||Storage Card Type：SD Card|
|Storage Card Capacity：Expanded to 128G|
|Network Connection||WiFi：2.4G/5G, Support 802.11a/b/g/n/ac|
|4G Network：LTE-FDD B2/4/5/7/12/13/17/25/26，LTE-TDD B41|
|SIM Card Size：Standard SIM Card|
|Power||Power Interface：Type C, Quick Charge 3.0|
|Working Environment||Operating Temperature：-10℃-40℃|
|*Specifications correct at time of publication|