August 17, 2018
Palo Alto, CA, August 17, 2018 – Epiphan Video, a leader in professional audiovisual capture, recording, and streaming products, announces firmware update 4.5.1 which adds remote login to the Epiphan Pearl™ family of all-in-one video switcher, streamer, and recorder systems.
The Pearl-2 and Pearl Mini video encoder and production systems are easy to use and built tough to deliver professional results. Already an industry respected and reliable choice for live production and lecture capture applications, adding remote login makes our advanced production solutions an even better choice.
With remote login, you can securely access to your Pearl system from anywhere over an Internet connection. Quickly take control of Pearl for remote rescue troubleshooting, control the video switcher, recording, and more.
Speaking about this feature, David Kirk, Vice President of Marketing at Epiphan said, “Remote login gives AV team leaders the ability to support technicians in the field quickly, efficiently, and securely.”
Our easy-to-use advanced solutions, such as Epiphan’s Pearl-2 and Pearl Mini, support streaming simultaneously to multiple CDNs at resolutions up to 4K. Pairing your Pearl to a free AV Studio account opens up new avenues to use our video production systems in a wide variety of remotely controlled scenarios, while remaining completely secure.
Companies count on Epiphan Video’s award-winning AV hardware and cloud services for a wide range of applications – from live event production and lecture capture to video training and usability testing.
Epiphan Pearl-2 and Pearl Mini video production systems are reliable, versatile, and easy to use. They’re the only hardware encoders with a built-in touch screen for live confidence monitoring, switching, and more. Epiphan LiveScrypt is a dedicated automatic transcription device powered by advanced speech recognition technology. Leveraging LiveScrypt, organizations can make their live events more accessible and engaging with automatic, accurate, and affordable real-time transcription.