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ViewCast Doubles its Streaming Media Processing Power With the Introduction of the Niagara® 7550

PLANO, Texas July 19, 2011

John Hammock

About the Niagara 7550

The Niagara 7550 offers complete plug-and-play capability that enables users to quickly capture and stream premium quality audio and video to IP and mobile networks in multiple formats and at multiple bit rates – all simultaneously. It offers a sleek, innovative touch control interface that streamlines and simplifies operation. A brilliant high-resolution widescreen monitor on the front panel displays captured video, and multi-segment LED meters and a headphone connection are provided for audio monitoring.

The Niagara 7550 accepts standard- or high-definition video through its SDI interface, and can switch on-the-fly between HD or SD sources without having to re-initialize the system. An SDI loop-out is also provided to facilitate workflow. Audio inputs include analog stereo (balanced and unbalanced), two channels of AES/EBU, and eight stereo pairs of embedded SDI audio.

The Niagara 7550 also includes ViewCast SimulStream® technology, which enables a single video source to generate several video streams at once, with each stream configured differently for laptops, cell phones, or mobile devices. It allows simultaneous streaming in many popular formats, including Windows Media® (Silverlight®), Flash® and H.264, including live streaming to Apple® iPhones and iPads. The Niagara 7550 also supports 3GPP and 3GPP2 for mobile applications.

Closed-caption extraction and rendering, de-interlacing, and inverse telecine are standard on the Niagara 7550, as well as bitmap overlay, scaling and cropping. If its incoming signal is interrupted, the Niagara 7550 will even default to a standby message that the user can customize.  

Like all professional-grade ViewCast streaming appliances, the Niagara 7550 comes standard with Niagara SCX®, which allows remote management of all the key features of multiple units in the same easy-to-use interface, over the network. An SDK is also available that allows users to customize their experience, or interface with broadcast automation systems for highly customized applications.

About ViewCast

ViewCast develops industry-leading hardware and software for the transformation, management and delivery of professional quality video over broadband, enterprise and mobile networks. ViewCast’s award-winning solutions simplify the complex workflows required for the Web-based streaming of news, sports, music, and other video content to computers and mobile devices, empowering broadcasters, businesses, and governments to easily and effectively reach and expand their audiences. With more than 400,000 video capture cards deployed globally, ViewCast sets the standard in the streaming media industry. ViewCast Niagara® streaming appliances, Osprey® video capture cards and VMp™ video management systems provide the highly reliable technology required to deliver the multi-platform experiences driving today’s digital media market.

www.viewcast.com Plano, Texas

ViewCast, Osprey, Niagara, Niagara SCX, GoStream, SimulStream, and EZStream are trademarks or registered trademarks of ViewCast Corporation or its subsidiaries. Windows Media and Silverlight are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Flash is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated. iPad, iPod and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. All other trademarks appearing herein are the property of their respective owners

ViewCast Contact:

Jeff Kopang

Vice President of Marketing

Tel: +1 (972) 488-7200

E-mail: [email protected]

PR Agency Contact:

Jessie Glockner

Rainier Communications

Tel: +1 (508) 475-0025 x140

E-mail: [email protected]

Investor Contact:

Matt Clawson

Allen & Caron

Tel: +1 (949) 474-4300

E-mail: [email protected]

SOURCE ViewCast Corporation

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