The Markertek MTK-EPPRLNAN-KIT is a starter kit that combines the Pearl-Nano all-in-one Streamer/Recorder with an SD card and ALL the necessary HDMI, SDI, XLR, and Ethernet cables needed to get you started recording and streaming your content quickly! The Epiphan Pearl Nano offers the ultimate blend of portability and versatility with a refined yet robust feature set that includes ingestion, encoding, HDMI pass-through, and recording. You can use Nano as a powerful and reliable video distribution device or contribution encoder, or leverage the device's streaming and recording functions as part of a more complex setup with additional production capabilities.
Cloud-Based Configuration and Monitoring
Epiphan Cloud streamlines configuration and monitoring of multiple Pearl Nanos and other Epiphan hardware with centralized access to key device statistics including operational status, system load, unit temperature, available storage, and overall health.
Elevate Your Productions
Build a beautiful layout for your video program with Nano's powerful custom layout designer. Create anything from simple picture-in-picture layouts to eye-popping compositions featuring dynamic backgrounds and other custom graphics - whatever suits your event best.
Ideal For SRT Contributions
The compact and lightweight Pearl Nano supports Haivision's open-source Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol for secure, high-quality, low-latency video streaming over any given network.
Flexible Recording and Storage
Nano makes it easy to record, transfer, and back up files with a variety of storage options. Pearl Nano includes an SD card slot on the front of the device for storage. Need more local storage? Just add an M.2 SATA SSD to Nano's expansion bay on the bottom of the unit. Nano can automatically transfer recorded files to a USB drive, local server, or network-attached storage device.
No-Fuss Networking and Security
Easily add Pearl Nano to any network and prevent unauthorized access with a bevy of security features including DHCP and LDAP support, role-based access control, 802.1x network access control, and SSL.