Hardware Appliance Capture and Streaming
- Video inputs include: VGA, DVI, HDMI, SDI, HD-SDI, Component Video, S-Video, and more
- Audio inputs include: 3.5mm, RCA Line-Level, and USB peripherals
YuJa offers purpose-built appliances for media capture and encoding. We offer 1U rack-mountable units that enable deep-room integration with existing room peripherals.
Place a YuJa Hardware Hub in your rooms to enable simultaneous lecture capture and live streaming of multi-source content. The YuJa Hardware Hub integrates with existing peripherals for high-fidelity audio and video recording.
The YuJa appliance ecosystem is based on open standards for video encoding, distribution, room touchpanels and recording devices. This ensures that the YuJa Hardware Hub is compatible with a broad set of existing peripherals and devices.
The YuJa appliance ecosystem is based on open standards for video encoding, distribution, room touchpanels and recording devices.
The YuJa Hardware Hub is compatible with virtually all video sources including HDMI, SDI, HD-SDI, DVI and more.
The YuJa Hardware Hub can capture audio from RCA line-level, USB, HDMI Audio, and SDI Audio.
The YuJa Hardware Hub can be used in conjuction with most major audio mixers including AMX, Yamaha, and Behringer.
The YuJa Hardware Hub integrates via RS232 with most major classroom touchpanels including AMX and Crestron.
The YuJa Hardware Hub can receive scheduling inputs via interactive UI, XML, API, Scientia, and Ad Astra.
The YuJa Hardware Hub is compatible with most models of Delcom status indicators.
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Perfect for high-volume recording spaces
A local preview of sources connected to the Hardware Hub enables real-time source monitoring. View a preview of available screen and webcam sources by connecting a display to the Hardware Hub’s HDMI output.
With remote Device Profile Management tools, Administrators can define their room types and configure recording templates for various event types. Recording profiles can be associated with both ad-hoc and automated recording events.
The Hardware Hub enables Administrators to connect external, real-time status monitoring equipment such as Puck Lights. The Hardware Hub also includes capabilities to define customized rules for recording sessions via touchpanels, including interfacing with RS232 commands.
The Devices Panel provides a unified view of Hardware Hub units and classroom-installed Software Capture application including capabilities to remotely create custom profiles, update configurations, and adjust bitrate and recording settings.