AP Multifeed is our sturdy and integrated video encoder box that easily turns up to four video feeds into separate RTSP feeds for your video analysis software capture processes.
We also have a smaller AP Feed box, for turning one HDMI and one SDI feed into RTSP.
MULTIPLE VIDEO FEEDS
Connect up to four SDI feeds to the ports on the outside of the AP Multifeed box, or connect HDMI feeds inside the box instead (or a combination of both).
The box gives RTSP feeds at 1080p (or lower) so you can bring them into your network and capture them into software like Nacsport and Hudl Sportscode.
With your SDI/HDMI feeds connected, you just need to plug the power and ethernet cables into the ports on the outside of the box and you're ready!
Everything you need to easily turn video feeds into separate RTSP feeds, all contained in a sturdy and integrated box that is built to last.
With the AP Multifeed Video Capture box, we provide a solution that is trusted by professional teams such as England Rugby (RFU), Exeter Chiefs, Gloucester Rugby, Leicester City FC, Wasps Rugby, Sale Sharks and many more. These teams and their analysts use the AP Multifeed box for capturing up to four video feeds at the same time, especially when capturing video in stadiums.
Our smaller AP Feed box lets you convert one SDI and one HDMI feed into RTSP feeds.
Professional sports teams are often provided with multiple video feeds for their games, often from broadcasters and their TV Trucks. SDI cables carry these video feeds around the stadium and video analysts have many different ways of recording and capturing these feeds into their video analysis software, like Nacsport and Hudl Sportscode. By converting SDI or HDMI video feeds into RTSP, analysts can manage their capture and sharing processes more easily.
You can quickly connect up to four SDI (or HDMI) video feeds to the AP Multifeed box and it will convert these into four separate RTSP feeds at 1080p, so you can capture them into your video analysis software.
Connect the ethernet output of the box into your network to share the feeds across multiple machines.
ALL IN ONE
We have a powerful encoder configured inside the box, along with the option to connect HDMI video feeds rather than just SDI feeds, which opens up more capture processes for teams (not all games are televised!). On the outside of the AP Multifeed box, there are ports for the power cable, ethernet cable and the SDI feeds (both an input and additional output loop to further expand the potential setups too).
What they're saying
We would highly recommend this capture solution. The process is easy to manage, set up and is extremely reliable.
AnalysisPro were fantastic throughout, talking us through the various options until we found a solution that was right for us.
Simply a perfect tool. Once you understand the connection process, there is nothing easier to use.
We have two configurations for our video encoder boxes.
Our smaller AP Feed box can convert up to 2 video feeds and our popular AP Multifeed box can convert up to 4 video feeds. Both are quick and easy to use, come in sturdy carry cases and are built to last.