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Extron SME 100 H.264 Encoder
Extron SME
The SME 100 encoder from Extron is engineered to output streaming IP signals so that PCs and laptop computers can decode and display the content.
Extron's SME 100 encoder can be used to stream audio, video and computer-based video signals via H.264/MPEG-4/AVC protcols.
By TechDecisions

Extron is one of the most well-known manufacturers in the commercial A/V world and the company has a vast product line that includes everything from matrix switchers to audio amplifiers.

The company’s latest product addresses the growing streaming media category. According to the California-based manufacturer, the product can be used for remote monitoring and conferencing applications.

The newly announced SME 100 is available in two versions: a lower resolution model that handles content ranging from 166x120 up to 720x576, and the SME 100 HD, which streams at resolutions ranging from 166x120 to 1080p/30. Extron says the SME 100 employs the standards-based H.264/MPEG-4/AVC protocols, and it’s engineered to work with RGB or DVI input signals up to 1920x1080.  In addition, the units feature integrated three-input switchers with audio and buffered loop-through connections.

The Extron SME 100 encoders can be used for remote A/V system monitoring, presentation and conferencing overflow, enterprise broadcast of central media assets, and the delivery of media over the Internet using a Content Delivery Network provider.

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