Video encoders are valuable tools for live streaming at an enterprise or a broadcast level. Live streaming has become more and more prominent in the past year, and the industry is moving towards the bigger and better end of the spectrum. There are a lot of different types of live streaming encoders, and different encoders will be better suited for different types of workflows.
On today's Videoguys Live, we're running down some of our favorite encoders, and the workflows they fit the best in.
John Moore creates a large volume of videos looking into the latest and greatest in live streaming technology. His produced pieces are excellent in expanding on the small details of new devices. The latest video he released on the Epiphan Pearl Nano is no exception. It’s a terrific look at what sets the Pearl Nano apart from similar encoders.
The Pearl Nano is a great encoder that fits nicely in a large number of live productions. While smaller and more scaled down from the Pearl Mini, the unit is tremendously customizable and compact, with a set it and forget it online UI, which is perfect for educators, corporate streaming, and houses of worship.