Datavideo NVS-34 can stream and record to two platforms

Today, Datavideo introduced the NVS-34, a new Streaming Encoder and Recorder. It’s the direct successor to the popular NVS-33 H.264.

According to Datavideo, the NVS-34 has “even better features than the NVS-33.” The NVS-34 can stream two platforms while recording. Also, the device now has the ability to share content to multiple platforms without needing another encoder.

“My favorite feature of the NVS-34 is the ability to do dual streaming,” says Craig Moffat, Managing Director of Datavideo US. “It makes it so easy to share your content to a larger audience.”

NVS-34 streams vertical video

Currently, Datavideo reports that about 90% of the videos watched on smartphones are watched vertically. Essentially, this means that vertical streaming is for online video reach. The NVS-34 is able to steam in vertical—9:16—mode. So now, creators can share content in vertical mode to social media platforms, including Instagram / IGTV and Facebook.

The NVS-34 can stream vertical video. Image courtesy: Datavideo

Different bit rates supported

The NVS-34 can stream and record at different bit rates simultaneously. It records in NTFS, FAT, or exFAT formats onto an SD card. This allows creators to record up to two hours without a file size limitation.


On the device’s front panel, users have access to operation buttons — which Datavideo describes as “easy-to-use.” In addition to the bit rate selection button located on the front panel, there’s also video input selection, stream, record and vertical buttons.

After the NVS-34 is set up with a PC, Mac, or tablet with a web browser, users just have to press a button to start up the stream and record.

Datavideo NVS-34
Datavideo NVS-34. Image courtesy: Datavideo

Pricing and availability

The Datavideo NVS-34 is priced at $749 and is available right now.

Sean Berry
Sean Berry
Sean Berry is Videomaker's managing editor.

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