The YoloLiv YoloBox is a popular HDMI switcher, monitor, recorder and encoder in the form factor of an android tablet. This device has recently become very popular, and with that comes some great videos from YoloBox users that walk through some of the features, and tips on the YoloBox.
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 Teradek VidiU X is an exciting new encoder similar to the VidiU Go and VidiU Pro that leverages cellular bonding as well as wired and wireless connections. This is a slightly simpler, more straight forward encoder when compared to the VidiU Go, unlocking a number of exciting streaming opportunities.
Aaron Parecki creates excellent content revolving around the latest and greatest in the world of streaming and video technology. He has extensively covered the YoloLiv YoloBox on multiple occasions, and his latest upload on the YoloBox 3.4 is no exception.
Activater on YouTube creates a large amount of content concerning live streaming, and the latest technology used in that landscape. Recently, they created an in depth view of the YoloLiv YoloBox.
The YoloLiv YoloBox is a portable live streaming studio device that allows you to stream from multiple sources, switch between them and record to an SD card. Yolobox itself is a touch screen monitor. Just by looking at the connections it looks like Yolobox has a lot of really good features.