INOGENI, an industry-leading provider of multi-input video conferencing connectivity products, announces the release of the 4KXUSB3 HDMI to USB 3.0 and Magni HDBaseT to USB 3.0 converters. These products can be seen at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas January 7-10 at the LVCC South Hall booth 35824 with the Québec Ministry of Economy and Innovation exhibit.
The 4KXUSB3, 4K HDMI to USB 3.0 converter, improves INOGENI’s USB 3.0 dongle series with the addition of this new enhanced capture tool. It features a HDMI loop output, analog audio I/O and a VISCA port for PTZ cameras. Requiring no drivers, it is the most reliable and convenient tool to capture uncompressed video with audio from your HDMI equipment for recording, editing, videoconferencing and streaming applications including soft codecs such as Zoom, WebEx, Skype and others. The 4KXUSB3 supports resolutions up to UHD 4K (3840/4096×2160) at 30 fps and 1080p at 60 fps. The internal Digital Fluid technology maximizes frame rate and reduces latency with any PC.
The new MAGNI HDBaseT to USB 3.0 connects your HDBaseT camera up to 100M with a Cat5e/Cat6 cable and captures uncompressed video with audio for recording, editing, videoconferencing and streaming applications. The MAGNI supports PoE+ power source equipment. The HDMI loop output gives you the ability to see the camera content without going to a computer. MAGNI may be used for connecting HDBaseT cameras to your video conferencing system.
“Both the Magni and 4KXUSB3 converters are highly useful tools for anyone managing a videoconferencing network or just needs to convert HDBaseT or 4K HDMI to USB 3.0,” said Carl Giroux, vice president of business development for INOGENI. “Integrators and their clients have been asking for these products and we’re happy to deliver products that will make their jobs easier.”
Both the Magni and 4KXUSB30 converters are available to ship now. INOGENI distributes its products internationally and they are proudly designed and manufactured in Canada.
Visit INOGENI at the 2020 CES in Las Vegas January 7-10 at the LVCC South Hall booth 35824 with the Québec Ministry of Economy and Innovation exhibit.