LiveShell X is an innovative live broadcast streaming device with HDMI input encoding at up to 1080/60p in H.265 and recording to a microSD card, all without a PC. It also supports simultaneous multi-streaming and the ability to add subtitles and lower thirds. LiveShell X provides stable, professional quality streaming.
Cerevo live distribution series
The LiveShell PRO is a mid-range wireless video streamer. Video and audio is encoded in H.264 and AAC at 720p resolution and up to 10 Mbps bit rate. The replaceable, rechargeable battery allows you to broadcast from anywhere with an internet connection.
The succesor to “LiveShell”, Cerevo’s highly regarded live streaming device that was first released in 2011. This model retains the compact and portable design of its predesessor while adding support for HD streaming. Live streaming is possible via wired LAN or Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac). The addition of 5GHz Wi-Fi support means stable streaming is possible even in bandwidth-congested areas.
FlexTally is a tally lamp system designed for easy operability and is available at a price range that means even small studios or streaming sites can look to add it to their multi-camera setups. FlexTally can be used via either wireless or wired connections for added convenience and its built-in battery allows for portability and use in remote shooting locations.
LiveWedge is a 1080/60p video switcher/mixer with 4x HDMI inputs and the ability to broadcast live video simultaneously via the Internet. It can be controlled with an iOS or Android tablet via the user friendly control app. Video PinP and chroma key composition are supported as well as standard wipe, fade and cut transitions.
Streaming service support for the first “LiveShell” device has been discontinued at the end of November 2019. Click here for more infromation.
High quality broadcasting using only your video camera and Liveshell, no PC needed. Simply connect one cable from your camera to the LiveShell to begin broadcasting, get up and running straight away with no need to spend time in device settings or control panels.