Cerevo LiveShell

Easily produce high quality live broadcasting

High quality broadcasting using only your video camera and Liveshell, no PC needed. Simply connect one cable from your camera to the LiveShell to begin broadcasting, get up and running straight away with no need to spend time in device settings or control panels.

Product Description


Simply connect one cable from your camera to the LiveShell to begin broadcasting. High quality broadcasting using only your video camera and Liveshell, no PC needed.

LiveShell Key Features


High Quality with Simple Operation

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Simple operation by just connecting to a camcorder via an HDMI cable and turning the power on. Enjoy broadcasting beautiful video and audio good enough even for professional use with a high-end camcorder ! Compared to a webcam, camcorder video quality is much higher and has other features such as hand-shake compensation, etc.



Stable Operation without PC

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Have you ever experienced difficulties because trouble occurred with a personal computer or streaming software when important live streaming is in progress? One of LiveShell’s selling points is the ability to do stable broadcasting for long peri- ods. 24 x 7 stable broadcasting is possible with AC adapter operation.



Remote Operations from PC or Smartphone

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We have prepared a dedicated control screen called the “Dashboard” for operating the LiveShell. All operations including volume adjustment, video quality change, recording start and stop, etc. can be done from a personal computer or a smartphone. The large screen is easy to understand, and intuitive touch operation is used. Since this is remote operation via the Internet, as long as you have a smartphone, you can go away from the streaming site.Go to Dashboard



Long Battery Life

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Long term operation is possible using AA batteries that can be obtained anywhere. 3 hours* continuous broadcasting is possible using the recommended Duracell DC1500, 2450mA type rechargeable. It is also possible to use an eneloop mobile booster KBC-L2, realizing even longer term streaming. * Wireless network, CIF resolution



Rich Input Terminals

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In addition to the video and audio input from an HDMI, both line input (L/R) and microphone input (L/R) have been provided. Broadcasting can be done after doing mixing internally within LiveShell. Analog composite video input has also been provided so that old camcorders can be used as well. It is also possible to simultaneously connect with an HDMI to be able to switch to any video source from the ‘Dashboard’. Inserting still images into videos as well as inserting subtitles can also be done easily.



Supported Various Service

rtmp-logoLiveShell supports not only Ustream but also other streaming services like Niconicolive. Additionally, you can prepare your own server and streaming on it (e.g. Adobe Flash Media Server, Wowza Media Server etc.). For RTMP setting, look at Online Manual.
*Youtube Live is not supported LiveShell. It is available in LiveShell PRO. Click here for details.
*LiveShell and LiveShell PRO does not support new LiveStream service.
*Niconicolive is not supported Time-Shift.




Features

  • High Quality Audio & Video Streaming
  • Easy to Use: Simply plug into the camcorder via HDMI cable
  • Manage Remotely from PC or Smartphone
  • Long lasting Battery (up to 3hrs with standard AA batteries, AC Adapter also available)
  • UStream Compatible and Approved


LiveShell Product Comparison table

LiveShell LiveShell.2 LiveShell.PRO
Broadcasting Video Spec. 480p/576p (704×528/4CIF) 720p (1280×720) 720p (1280×720)
Broadcasting Audio Spec. ADPCM / PCM AAC-LC / PCM AAC-LC / PCM
Monitor Output No No Yes
Video Input Connection HDMI (up to 1080i)
composite (NTSC/PAL)
HDMI (up to 1080i) HDMI (up to 1080i)
composite (NTSC/PAL)
Audio Input Connection HDMI / Stereo Microphone in / Stereo line In HDMI HDMI / Stereo Microphone in / Stereo line In
Battery 3 x AA batteries Li-po battery Li-po battery
*replaceable
Size 120x68x26 mm 78x113x25 mm 123x90x26 mm
Weight 108g 150g 300g

*The charging device must supply greater than 1.6A current for the LiveShell 2 to charge. Use of a mobile USB battery charger is not covered by the LiveShell 2 warranty.


Easy live broadcasting Easy broadcasting high video quality Excellent stability
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Easy operation withouth a PC. No need to struggle with streaming software or capturing devices anymore. You will be fine even if you don’t understand some difficult terms such as FMLE, encoder, driver, etc.

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You can easily broadcast high video quality simply by connecting an HDMI cable. You can use any level of camcorder from home use to professional use. Before starting your broadcast, you can check out video quality with a broadcasting sample.

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With live streaming, ‘stability’ is everything. Stability that can broadcast for many hours – this is the strongest ally of important broadcasting.Even if an Internet line is temporarily disconnected, there will be fully automated recovery.


Specifications

Part’s Name
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Function Details
Network connection function 10/100 BASE-T ethernet LAN and 802.11 b, g, n compatible wireless LAN
Broadcasting video resolution 4 CIF (704 * 528 pixels) Max. approx. 1.5 Mbps
Video input terminal HDMI (480p/576p) *1, composite (NTSC/PAL)
Audio input terminal HDMI/ Stereo microphone in/ Line in Volume can be adjusted for each item independently. Broadcasting is done after mixing internally.
Power supply 3 x AA batteries (Sanyo Electric’s eneloop or eneloop pro recommended)
Operating time more than 3 hours battery life *2 24 x 7 continous operation with the AC adapter accessory
Accessories AC adapter, mount shoe, AV-IN cable, WiFi adapter, HDMI cable with 60cm right angle (HDMI to HDMI-mini) and set-up cable
Size (D) 120 mm × (W) 68 mm × (H) 26 mm
Weight 108g


* Supported VGA, 480p, 576p. Not compatible with HDCP
*1 When using Sanyo Electric eneloop pro
*2 LiveShell does not support New LiveStream(new.livestream.com)

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