Barix Launches a New Multicoder Device

Jan. 12, 2024
The Barix MultiCoder M400 is a low-latency IP encoding solution that supports various audio formats and can send more than one stream to receiving devices.

Among the product launches at ISE 2024, Barix will be showcasing its new MultiCoder M400 low-latency, multiformat solution that can send audio streams to receive points in four unique formats. The device includes Barix’s next-generation FLEXA platform to improve buffering performance, device prototyping, and application development. As mentioned previously, users will be able to encode audio four ways which include OPUS, AAC+, PCM, and 320KB mp3, as well as send more than one audio RTP/BRTP stream to receiving devices without delay.

This hardware device’s greater CPU capacity provides space for new features and applications, allowing for continued customization and development. “The MultiCoder M400 is also the first Barix encoder to support high-efficiency AAC+ and OPUS codecs, allowing customers across a broad range of verticals in the Pro AV and entertainment industries to send a greater number of streams within the same bandwidth, and at lower bitrates than lower-efficiency codecs.“

Reto Brader, CEO at Barix, stated, “The MultiCoder M400 is the perfect solution for an organization that needs a secure and reliable solution to serve an array of receiving platforms, including a mix of Barix Exstreamer IP audio decoders and online media players. Our customers and their IT departments can also rest assured that… the device’s foundation supports today’s strictest security standards, including HTTPS for the setup of the device.”

Barix will exhibit this device at stand 7C400 at ISE 2024 at Fira de Barcelona from January 30th to February 3rd.

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