TelVue® Debuts the New HyperCaster SDI

April 11, 2013, 09:04 by dliu

All-in-one, Multi-format Broadcast Server with Integrated Channel Branding

April 9, 2013 (Mount Laurel, NJ):  TelVue® Corporation (OTC: TEVE) – the innovation leader in Television and Internet Broadcasting for cable operators, media companies and communities – today launched the newest version of its award-winning HyperCaster IP broadcast server – now with integrated multi-format decoding for baseband outputs and on-air graphics features.

The all-new HyperCaster SDI was unveiled at the 2013 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in Las Vegas.  The HyperCaster SDI is an IP video broadcast server with multi-format MPEG-2 and H.264 playout and native digital IP switching, with the choice of IP, SD/HD-SDI, Composite, Component, or HDMI outputs with integrated channel branding. Features of the HyperCaster SDI include:

  • · Automatic SD/HD up & down conversion per channel
  • · Seamless format switching on the fly
  • · Standard-Definition & High-Definition up to 1080p
  • · MPEG-2 & H.264
  • · Simultaneously output IP and baseband
  • · Up to 20 SD or HD channels in a compact, single rack unit appliance

“The new TelVue HyperCaster SDI is perfect for a range of broadcast and simulcast applications, such as HD/SD, Digital/Analog, or Broadcast/Streaming simulcast,” explains Jesse Lerman, President and CEO of TelVue Corporation.  “The new HyperCaster output options give broadcasters the best of both worlds, combining the strengths of IP and baseband workflows. And the integrated graphics packs in even more value supporting HD branding without requiring expensive external graphics systems.”

The HyperCaster SDI features browser-based content management, drag and drop scheduling, StreamThru IP digital switching, and many other broadcast automation and workflow features.



  1. I would like to see a video demonstration of how to put programs into a schedule and I would like to see how it looks on the air.

  2. dliu says:

    We have a video that demonstrates how to schedule programs, here:

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