There are a wide range of devices available to schools to record and stream
classes. All of these products can be put to good use to keep classes for future
reference but also for the growing trend for remote learning.
Depending on the product, the teacher can capture single or multiple video
sources, sending the content to recorded files, whilst at the same time streaming
via sites such as Microsoft Stream, Wowza, Youtube and more.
DIB will help you design and integrate the best hardware for your requirements,
some suitable products include:
– The LUMENS LC200 Recorder
– The Extron SMP351
– The Magewell Ultrastream
The Lumens LC200 Recorder is an exceptional capture, record and streaming
device. It offers a high degree of flexibility for the teachers or organisation wanting
to deliver a quality remote learning or presentation environment.
You can record, stream and live-switch simultaneously. This makes the LC200 a good system
If you’re looking for an easy to use stand-alone device to enable streaming of your
video content, then the Magewell Ultra Stream is a great solution. Magewell Ultra
Stream will enable you to stream easily to Youtube, Twitch and Facebook Live.
The device provides for internet connectivity via a wired ethernet cable, Wi-Fi or an
optional 3G/4G modem.
You can control the device via the on-device buttons, through an intuitive
smartphone app, or an interface on your browser.
The Extron SMP 351 is a compact, high performance H.264 recording and
streaming processor that provides the ability to record a presentation and output an
HDMI signal to a local display, and, if needed, stream the AV content live while
Files can be stored in internal memory or an external optional USB drive.
Each of these systems has different options and applications and the right device
should be matched to the application that you desire.
Contact the team at DIB Audiovisual to see all our Record and Stream device
options and to determine which one suits your school’s specific needs.
Call now on (03) 9457 4800 and for more information go to the link in this article, or
scan the QR code.