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noisypeak one Pocket-size high-performance Intel® Core™ based encoder

 

 

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noisypeak one Pocket-size high-performance Intel® Core™ based encoder

 

 

 

noisypeak one

Pocket-size high-performance Intel® Core™ based encoder

Unique entry-level encoder that shouldn’t be judged by its size
LCD Touch display for device management and monitoring
Target segments: SMB, video-portals, educational institutions, first hardware encoder
Intel Core i5 processor
Full set of NoisyPeak features on par with high-end devices

performance*

Up to 9 SD channels in 5 multibitrate streams
Up to 4 HD channels in 3 multibitrate streams

Up to 45 SD / 12 HD multibitrate output streams
Multiple output formats per encoding template

* Performance numbers are presented, assuming standard settings for multibtrate are used with "FPS" = 25, "Optimization" = best speed, "Codec profile" = base, "Look ahead" = Disabled. Performance may vary depending on encoding settings/profiles. For standard bitrates/resolutions please see tables below.

 

feature set

technology

Intel® Core i5™ processor’s built-in GPU-accelerated encoding

front-panel

Power On/Off button, Power LED, Touch-screen for local management / monitoring

case size

115x111x52mm (WxDxH)

power requirements

100-240V AC, 50-60Hz, 50W
(external PSU - included)

networking

1xGigablit Ethernet interface
Expandable with external USB cards

management

Management of up to 50 encoders in uniform Web interface
Touch-screen local management

high-availability

Redundancy management system that support:
n+1, n+m, 1+1
Input source redundancy in standard image
Publishing server redundancy

video encoding

MPEG2, H.264, HEVC - Intel® Media Server Studio
Baseline, Main and High profiles
CABAC/CABVLC
Picture in Picture up to 4 streams
Framerates: fixed to source framerate
Linear time-code generation
Single input to multi-stream output
Look ahead buffer
NAL HRD conformance parameters:
a. HRD buffer length
b. HRD initial delay
GOP structure adjustment:
a. frame-accurate closed GOP length
b. B-frames count
c. re-frames count
d. IDR interval
e. Slice count
h.264 AVCC/Annex B at the input
h.264 Annex B for multicast/hls output
h.264 AVCC for RTMP output
Video post-processing:
a. Scaling
b. Cropping
c. Deinterlacing
d. Letterboxing

drm

Nagra PRM
Verimatrix
Google DRM (MPEG-DASH)
AES128 static key (HLS, DASH)

input

RTP/UDP SPTS/MPTS
TS files- file2live, file2vod
HLS
SDI/HD-SDI, HDMI through Magewell®, Blackmagic® add on modules
SDP/Onvif for IP security cams
UVC 1.5 for H.264 USB cams
Dynamic input adjustment for codec and protocols
Audio AAC/AAC LATM, MP2/MP3, AC3

output

UDP unicast/multicast SPTS, MBTS/SPTS, MPTS
MPEG-DASH Live and VOD
HLS  - v2 or v4 with multi-language support and optional AES encryption
RTMP
TS and MP4 files
WebDAV or Windows® share (Samba)
Multi format simultaneous publishing

audio encoding

Support of multi audio channels
Audio pass-through
MP2/MP3
AAC-LC/HE
AC3 decoding
Sample rate transform
De-noise and audio leveling

 

Download .PDF datasheet

standard settings for multibtrate

Many options are possible for multibitrate configuration. In our benchmarks we use the following settings for SD and HD:

Standard encoding Profile (SD)
# Bitrate, kb/s SD-Wide (16x9)
1 1600 720x404
2 1100 640x360
3 700 480x270
4 400 312x176
5 200 248x140
Standard encoding Profile (HD)
# Bitrate, kb/s HD
1 6000 1920x1080
2 4500 1280x720
3 2500 1024x576