Video encoders

Siqura

S-54 E-MC

Four-channel IP video encoder

S-54 E-MC

The S-54 E-MC converts your analogue video signal into a range of different IP streams (2x MPEG-2/MPEG-4/MJPEG). Each channel is able to transmit these streams simultaneously, at different resolutions and frame rates. This four-channel video encoder delivers crystal clear, low-bandwidth video and compatible with most existing systems.

Features

  • 4-Channel multi-codec video server
  • Simultaneous MPEG-2, MPEG-4, and MJPEG
  • Image quality monitor and tamper detector
  • Adaptive de-interlacing for enhanced quality
  • Triple-streaming support

Description

Image quality monitor and tampering alarm
The C-54 E-MC is fitted with video analytics to check the health of connected cameras. This image quality monitor analyses contrast, exposure, sharpness and noise. Camera tampering analytics detect any changes in the camera’s position or field of view. The instant a camera is subject to failure or tampering, an -alert can be raised.

Enhanced video quality
Modern flat LCD monitors show artifacts with standard PAL or NTSC video. Standard de-interlacing loses half of the vertical resolution. Siqura’s sophisticated de-interlacing scheme optimizes vertical resolution resulting in superior video images without artifacts.

Siqura programming interface
The S-54 E-MC is designed with SPI offering standardized streaming video and remote control based on international standards and tested with different vendors. A comprehensive HTTP API gives access to all controls and makes integration easy.

Triple streaming per channel
The versatile C-54 E-MC encoder is capable of streaming MPEG-2, MPEG-4, and MJPEG simultaneously. Each stream is optimized for its purpose, e.g. high quality MPEG-2 live viewing, low bandwidth MPEG-4 storage, and low-resolution MJPEG for web applications or remote devices (e.g. PDAs).

Data
By combining streaming video with serial data over IP, the S-54 E-MC provides the necessary interface for any CCTV application. Internal video motion detection can be used for automated security solutions or event-triggered storage.