All-in-One Device to Offer Up to 4 Full HD Video Sources Capturing, Mixing, Switching, Recording and Live Streaming.
Touch-Friendly Graphical User Interface Makes Live Production Accessible.
Available APIs for Easy to Integrate.
Capture Up to 4 Video Sources at the Same Time
Via HDMI, VGA, RJ-45 interfaces or streaming inputs, AREC LS-400 supports up to 4 Full HD 1080p video sources capturing, mixing, switching, recording and live streaming. Users can choose 1 mixed video plus 4 individual videos recording for flexible use. LS-400 can mix audio via HDMI, 3.5mm stereo audio jacks and AREC wireless microphone.
Touch-Friendly On-Screen Graphical User Interface
With a compatible interactive display and built-in a touch-friendly graphical user interface (GUI)*, LS-400 allows users to start or stop recording/streaming, change recording layouts, and playback videos with easier control. LS-400 also provides control buttons on the front of machine.
Broadcast Your Mixed Video
LS-400 can stream mixed video to up to 2 platforms simultaneously, such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitch and other live broadcasting websites.
Real-Time Assistant in Video Making
With AREC Online Director, LS-400 allows users to be in control of their video recording/streaming in real-time. It makes users easily switch and mix between sources, add or remove logos, backgrounds and overlay graphics (titles) for live production.
AREC Video Manager : Videos with Just One Click
With the built-in video management platform, administrators or teachers can manage videos stored in the local Media Station remotely. They can download, upload or delete a video file, and edit video information. With available APIs, all of the video content, metadata, and thumbnail can be delivered seamlessly for third party integration.
Backup Your Recordings
With internal 1TB hard drive, LS-400 can save hundreds of hours recording videos. To increase security, LS-400 can automatically backup or upload recordings to AREC VOD Platform, FTP, SFTP, Opencast and others.
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