Datavideo is pleased to introduce dvCloud, a streaming service, which allows users to stream live events to multiple platforms simultaneously in a simple and cost-effective way. Datavideo provides end-to-end live video production solutions that include PTZ cameras, video switchers, encoders, comm systems, monitors, recorders and now cloud streaming services.
dvCloud was developed out of the growing demand for cloud streaming services. Churches, schools, corporations, and government entities are all using live video to expand audience reach, stream simultaneously to multiple social media platforms, and view/monitor multiple streams in the cloud.
The monthly subscription-based pricing enables users to choose their level of service based on their streaming needs. dvCloud starts at $49/month for 70 hours of streaming providing users to stream a single channel up to five platforms simultaneously. For customers who require more bandwidth, channels and recording, dvCloud Professional is priced at $99/month and it includes unlimited hours of streaming, up to five simultaneous live sources, stream up to 25 platforms simultaneously, and 50GB of cloud recording storage.
“dvCloud is a very simple to use streaming service. Account activation is automatic and seamless, which sets it apart from other streaming services. With dvCloud, we are offering an end to end live production solution for our customers that is affordable and easy to use,” says Johan Lieffers, Managing Director of Datavideo Technologies Europe BV.
dvCloud has SRT support, direct YouTube integration, and remote camera control and monitoring features in the near future. In addition to streaming to popular delivery platforms, dvCloud will support their popular line of decoders such as the NVD-30, NVD-35 and NVS-40 creating a secure point-to-point stream.
SRT support ensures the user of a hassle free connection to dvCloud. Even when you’re using a connection that is unstable, for instance a mobile connection. SRT delivers the video, no matter how many frames are dropping. RTMP will shut down and show a “buffering” icon when this is happening. From dvCloud you can stream in regular RTMP to the destination, using the stable internet backbone and still be compatible with Youtube and Facebook.
For more information about service plan details or to sign up, please visit www.dvCloud.tv