4K ENCODER FOR MISSION-CRITICAL APPLICATIONS
The Makito FX Encoder offers HDMI input capture, encoding, and IP streaming of live video and computer graphics in resolutions up to 3840x2160p60 with H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC codecs as well as support for KLV metadata. The compact and fanless Makito FX features a secure operating system, dual network interfaces, and support for IPv6.
FOR OPERATION & COMMAND CENTERS
Designed to meet the stringent security requirements of operation centers and control rooms, the Makito FX encodes and streams video from remote sources, including simulation and training systems, at very low latency enabling real-time analysis and quick decision-making. The Makito FX can also be used to stream control room displays to other locations over a secure IP network for remote participation.
HEVC & H.264
Live H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC video encoding
4K UHD Encoding
Input 2160p60 video from HDMI and 12G-SDI inputs
Respond in real-time to mission critical video information
Robust operating system, IPv6 support, and advanced security settings
Transport live video over IP with SRT, UDP, RTP, and RTSP
For management network separation or hitless failover
KLV METDATA FOR COMPLIANT ENCODING
The Makito FX can deliver all the compliant imagery and KLV metadata needed to meet your mission requirements. The Makito FX encoder can optimize streaming bandwidth through selective filtering of metadata parameters to optimize resources and support informed situational awareness.
Secure Reliable Transport
Haivision’s Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol provides resiliency, end-to-end security, and dynamic endpoint adjustment based on real-time network conditions to always deliver the best video quality.
SRT allows content producers to optimize video streaming across unpredictable networks, such as the Internet, by assuring quality-of-service against packet loss, jitter, latency, and fluctuating bandwidth.
SRT offers significant operational flexibility and cost savings when compared to satellite or custom network infrastructures.