LiveU LU600 HEVC

LiveU LU600 HEVC
LiveU LU600 HEVC

FOR THE ULTIMATE VIDEO PERFORMANCE IN LIVE STREAMING

The LU600 is LiveU’s sixth-generation portable unit for global newsgathering, live sports and events coverage. Setting the standard again for IP bonding, the LU600 delivers the highest video quality and bitrate in the market, fastest file transfer and lowest delay. This is offered over a new streamlined user interface, with an ultra-responsive 5.0” capacitive touchscreen.

Combined with the 4K HEVC Pro Card, the LU600 allows professional broadcasters and content creators to benefit from unparalleled video performance with extreme bandwidth efficiency – using one of the smallest portable cellular bonding units in the market. Broadcasters can provide the same video quality as H.264 while using about half the bandwidth. In cases where original H.264 bitrate is maintained, the HEVC Pro Card offers greatly improved video quality.

LiveU’s LU600 HEVC product suite offers three configurations to meet customers’ specific production needs, including: HD, 4K HDMI and 4K-SDI. The 4K HEVC solution enables VR and 360 degree applications.

ULTIMATE VIDEO QUALITY

The LU600 HEVC delivers the highest video quality and bitrate in the market (up to 20Mbps), fastest file transfer (60Mbps) and lowest delay.

Using the LU600 HEVC, broadcasters can provide the same video quality as H.264 while using about half the bandwidth, or offering greatly improved video quality wherever original H.264 bitrate is maintained.

BUILT FOR YOUR NEEDS

Tailored to the needs of mobile journalists, the LU600 HEVC product suite offers three configurations, including: HD, 4K-HDMI and 4K-SDI.

The unit comes in a specially designed smart backpack, with improved usability, remote control functionality and easy access to display, controls and interfaces.

ADVANTAGES

  • Superior 1080/4K video quality based on broadcast-grade hardware encoding – supporting VR and 360 degree applications
  • Very low power consumption, with 4 hours of battery time
  • Dynamic bitrate and resolution changes on the fly
  • HEVC and H.264 file encoding capability for production workflows
  • ‘Live & Store‘, allowing broadcasters to go live under any network conditions while simultaneously saving a high-quality copy of the live video for future purposes.
  • High speed bonded internet capabilities
  • 5” LCD with ultra-responsive capacitive touchscreen

INTEGRATED UNIT

Video/Audio integrated encoder

PORTABILITY

Professional-grade backpack

RESOLUTIONS

1080p50/60/25/30/24, 1080i50/60, 720p50/60/25/30, PAL, NTSC

HW INTERFACES

SDI, HDMI

VIDEO FORMATS

3G/HD/SD-SDI, HDMI 1.4, full A/V auto detection

VIDEO ENCODER

H.264 AVC high profile

AUDIO ENCODER

AAC-LC

VIDEO TRANSPORT

RTP

SIMULTANEOUS BONDING

Up to 12 network links; inc. 6-8 x integrated + 1 external 3G/LTE/LTE-Advanced
cellular modems + internal Wi-Fi and 2 Ethernet ports

SUPPORTED TECHNOLOGIES

4G LTE/LTE-Advanced, HSPA+, UMTS, CDMA EVDO Rev 0/A/B, and internal Wi-Fi
802.11 a,b,g & n support, IP Satellite (KA/BGAN)

MULTI-PROFILE SELECTION

Live: Low latency or maximum quality modes
Store and Forward: Three quality-levels (for optimal quality vs speed)
FTP: Bonded file transfer

MULTI-TARGET OUTPUT

Diverse A/V output through SDI and H.264 RTMP/MPEG-TS streams including integrated connectivity to social media & CDNs

POWER SOURCES

Integral battery: 3-4 hours
AC: 100V to 240V
Vehicle Lighter input: 12VDC (optional adapter)

LOCAL CONTROL

Full monitoring and control using 5” sensitive capacitive touch-screen

REMOTE CONTROL

Full web-based remote control using LiveU Central management system

INTERFACES

Micro SD Card Slot, Type-A USB, mini USB, 2 RJ-45 Ethernet, Audio jack (in + out)

DIMENSIONS

With 3-4hr battery: 150mm x 225mm x 70mm / 5.9” x 8.8” x 2.7” (W x H x D)

WEIGHT

1.08kg (38oz) without battery, 1.68kg (59oz) with battery

TEMPERATURE

Operating: -5C to +45C (23F to 113F)

LU600 with HEVC-HD Video Card
Standard Manufacturer's Warranty

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