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ATEM Streaming Bridge for Remote Viewing

PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 2020 7:16 am
by pvillow
Just finished watching the announcement on youtube.
I understand that it is a receiver/decoder but can BMD make it as a transmitter/encoder also? As a separate converter or a duplex model in one converter. This is really useful for remote editing/grading/vfx preview that only need 1 input send to 1 output point-to-point. The requirement to use ATEM Mini Pro just to send 1 SDI signal is too much for 1-to-1 remote viewing.

Re: ATEM Streaming Bridge for Remote Viewing

PostPosted: Tue Aug 04, 2020 3:39 am
by David Peterson
Got another question about this, you could use this for viewing a quad combo monitor of all four inputs at once on a single SDI monitor?

Re: ATEM Streaming Bridge for Remote Viewing

PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2020 2:02 pm
by LouisBacker
It would be good to have a Blackmagic encoder to complement their decoder. I've no need for an ATEM Mini of any variant, as we don't use HDMI. If they made an SDI variant - different matter. As it is, we have to put an Ultrastudio Mini 4K on the output of our BM vision mixer, then Thunderbolt into an iMac running OBS. An expensive and convoluted streaming solution.

Re: ATEM Streaming Bridge for Remote Viewing

PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2020 10:29 am
by pvillow
LouisBacker wrote:It would be good to have a Blackmagic encoder to complement their decoder. I've no need for an ATEM Mini of any variant, as we don't use HDMI. If they made an SDI variant - different matter. As it is, we have to put an Ultrastudio Mini 4K on the output of our BM vision mixer, then Thunderbolt into an iMac running OBS. An expensive and convoluted streaming solution.

Yes, with separate SDI encoder this would be a great solution for low cost point-to-point streaming.