The Datavideo dvCloud Remote Device Control Kit is a comprehensive solution that allows users to remotely control and manage multiple Datavideo devices from a centralized location. It provides a streamlined and efficient workflow for live productions, enabling users to access and control various functions and settings of compatible Datavideo devices over a…
The Datavideo dvCloud Remote Device Control Kit is a comprehensive solution that allows users to remotely control and manage multiple Datavideo devices from a centralized location. It provides a streamlined and efficient workflow for live productions, enabling users to access and control various functions and settings of compatible Datavideo devices over a network connection. With the dvCloud Remote Device Control Kit, users can remotely monitor and adjust parameters such as video routing, audio levels, camera settings, and more, providing greater flexibility and convenience in managing multiple devices simultaneously.
BB-1 KIT that allows customers to produce remote productions from anywhere in the world. The BB-1 provides remote access of Datavideo devices over the Internet and acts as DHCP server, automatically assigning virtual IP addresses to all connected devices in the cloud. Together with a dvCloud streaming subscription service, each BB-1 device can manage up to five Datavideo devices that are connected to the network. dvCloud Essentials subscription service supports a pair of BB-1’s and the dvCloud Professional supports six BB-1’s allowing up to 25 remote devices. A dvCloud subscription manages streams for up to five destinations per channel with support of up to five channels on the Professional.
The BB-1 uses DVIP, Datavideo’s proprietary IP protocol, that allows any Datavideo’s IP capable devices on the network to be controlled remotely from anytime, anywhere. All you need is a dvCloud streaming service subscription, BB-1 at a venue side and another BB-1 at a remote side.
“What’s unique about BB-1’s is that they can eliminate the need for IT professionals by virtually assigning IP addresses,” says Craig Moffat, Managing Director of Datavideo USA. “Now anyone can create remote productions are anywhere in the world using BB-1 and dvCloud.”
The BB-1 allows you to access almost to any IP enabled device over the public internet. The BB-1 is completely transparent meaning you can access remote devices just as you would locally. BB-1 is powered by our dvCloud platform so does not require any network or firewall configuration.
A single pair of BB-1 pair enables control of almost ANY IP controllable devices over the internet, including Datavideo's PTZ cameras and switchers.
The remote links created by BB-1 can be used to access or control almost ANY IP controllable devices. Easily create a variety of remote workflows by the addition of camera controllers, switchers, workstations, encoders, decoders, teleprompters and much more.
A single BB-1 pair will allow control of up to 5 devices at each location, each additional BB-1 will provide access to a further 5 devices.
Devices can connect over the internet just as if they are on the same local network.
BB-1 connectivity is powered by our dvCloud platform, each dvCloud Professional subscription supports up to 10 BB-1s while the essentials plan supports 3 BB-1s.
For more information on dvCloud please visit https://www.dvcloud.tv/.
The BB-1 does not require any firewall or manual IP configuration, simply pair your BB-1s with your dvCloud account and manage your shared devices anywhere using our easy to use web interface.
BB-1 automatically detects all available Datavideo devices, simply select the devices you want to share.
BB-1 can provide remote access to devices connected to your existing network or create its own, the choice is yours.
Be confident your network is safe. All data sent between BB-1s is secured using unbreakable 256 bit encryption. BB-1 can provide remote access to devices on an existing local network or create its own isolated network if required.
Many broadcasters have experienced pixelated video during live streaming, often due to unstable network environments caused by bandwidth volatility. Streaming RTMP over unreliable, low-bandwidth networks can cause issues. With the workflow of BB-1 combined with dvCloud that supports SRT technology, you can now replace the RTMP protocol with SRT. SRT is better than RTMP because it handles problematic networks more efficiently and solves data errors faster. As a result, your will experience a better stream, with less buffering and lower latency. Want to learn more about what SRT can do for you? Please refer to related article:
What exactly is SRT?
SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) is an open-source protocol developed for high-quality video streaming over unpredictable networks, such as the internet. It is designed to deliver secure and reliable transmission of video and audio streams with low latency and high resilience to packet loss and network congestion.
SRT uses advanced techniques to optimize video delivery, including error correction, packet retransmission, and dynamic bandwidth adjustment. It ensures that video streams remain stable and resilient even in challenging network conditions, resulting in improved video quality and viewer experience.
One of the key features of SRT is its ability to provide end-to-end security through encryption. It protects the content being streamed from unauthorized access or interception, making it suitable for secure transmission of sensitive or confidential video streams.
SRT is widely used in various applications, including live broadcasting, video contribution and distribution, remote production, and video conferencing. It has gained popularity as a reliable and efficient streaming protocol, particularly in scenarios where network conditions may vary or be unreliable.
Datavideo products that supports DVIP include: PTC-280, PTC-150, PTC-140, PTR-10 MARK II, PTZ View Assist app, HS-1300, SE-1200MU. NVD-30 MARK II, TP-800, and RMC-300A.