With YoloBox Anyone Can Broadcast Like A Professional Broadcaster For A Fraction Of The Cost.
The latest internet and social technologies have turned every day people into broadcasters via the miracle of live streaming. The phenomenon actually started with Twitter, and then Facebook, then YouTube and back to Twitter again. There are also several non-social video platforms that turn content creators into live streaming broadcasters.
One of the biggest problems with live streaming is the ability to give it real broadcast quality features, like professional sound and multiple video sources. Sure media companies like Fox and CNN figured out how to livestream their content out of their multi million dollar studios, but what about the millions of other content creators?
A startup called YoloLiv, has created the YoloBox which acts as a broadcast distribution station, master control room for your live streaming set up.
The YoloBox can take video from a wide variety of sources. It allows users to add in sound from professional quality microphones and monitor the livestream with actual headphones. On the distribution side, Yolobox offers just about every way to push video out besides an analog TV transmitter.
YoloBox features include:
- 1080p quality
- Ethernet connection
- A shoe mount for your video rig
- 802.11 wifi connectivity via 2.4 or 5ghz
- SD Card
- Sim Card/USB Modem
- 3 hours of battery life
- line in mic
- headphone out
With YoloBox you’re no longer restricted to the parameters of your smartphone or tablet. You can create professional quality live streams (broadcasts) with whatever equipment you want to use. It’s perfect for on the go setups or creating a studio in your home, office or even a hotel room.
The YoloBox is great for:
- YouTube Live
YoloBox from YoloLiv is truly an easier way to live stream.
Take your live streaming to the next level with YoloBox. Visit YoloLiv at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, January 9-12th in Eureka Park, booth #51879 and check them out online at yololiv.com
Check out more of our CES 2018 Eureka Park coverage here.