The PanoTek CES-400 Quad 4K Encoder

It is with a great pleasure that we introduce the PanoTek CES-400! The CES-400 is an extremely powerful multi-channel encoder and recording appliance. It has the ability to capture and encode up to four channels of digital video and audio at up to 4K resolution.

Most excitingly, the CES-400 is capable of generating multiple unique streams from a single source, as well as generating multiple composite streams from multiple sources.

With a powerful arsenal of features the CES-400 is perfectly suited to applications that require concurrent streaming on premise, stream to the cloud and record to disk or NAS.

Key Specifications
  • Flexible stream parameters including: transport protocol, resolution, frame rate and GOP structure.
  • Inputs: 4x 4K HDMI (Type A with Audio Support)
  • Create multiple unique streams from a single source
  • Create multiple composite streams from multiple sources
  • 9 layout options for composite streams
  • Colour space capture: RGB and YUV 8- and 10-bit support
  • Up to 4K/UHD 4:4:4 (8-bit) croma sub sampling
  • Record streams to NAS and/or USB
  • Software management tool for advanced control over each stream topography
Multiple Streams from a single source

Create multiple streams from a single source, each stream is able to have its own flexible stream parameters.

Composite streams from multiple sources

Create multiple composite streams from a multiple sources with 9 composite stream layouts to choose from. Users can also select which audio input channel is assigned to each stream.

Advanced configuration tool: PanoStream Control

Creating a stream is as simple as selecting your input sources, layout and stream parameters.

More Information

Further information including full technical specifications can be found on the CES-400 product page.

For situations calling for a larger number of capture ports, please also refer to the CES-1200 encoding server.

You are cordially invited to a webinar workshop demonstrating our CES-400 product this Wednesday, 21st February at 1:30pm AEDT. Please register your interest in attending the webinar by visiting the workshop registration page.