Norpix Web Streamer


Norpix Web Streamer Software Package details

  • Stream up to UHD resolution from more than one camera.
  • Accelerated H.264 or HEVC compression using either CPU or GPU.
  • Reduce image size or frame rate to reduce bandwidth and bit rate.
  • Runs on any Windows-based computer

View using any RTSP/HLS viewer

  • View directly in your iOS or Android device browser.
  • Use VLC player on Desktop.
  • Unbuffered view using NorPix MulticastViewer or StreamPix.

Norpix Web Streamer Features

  • Compress multiple machine vision compliant cameras.
  • Compatible with GigE Vision, 10 GigE, USB3.0, Camera Link
    and CoaXPress cameras.
  •  H.264 and HEVC encoding for web playback.

Web Streamer Functionality

  • Directly compatible with GigE Vision, 10 GigE, Camera Link, USB3, and CoaXPress cameras.
  • Video compression using H.264 or HEVC through a wireless or wired connection.
  • Web-based configuration coming soon.
  • Compatible with StreamPix for recording to disk in an uncompressed format.
  • Store video from up to 12 cameras.
  • Use your own hardware. Compatible with any Intel core processor.
  • Record and Stream simultaneously using over 200 different machine vision cameras. Runs on native APIs from all major camera OEM’s.
  • Available as a StreamPix 7 Module or Independent Standalone Application.
  • Up to 12 GigE ports or 12 USB3 inputs.

Web Streamer Application Note

NorPix has developed a system for a military client providing underwater high-speed web streaming HD capture at 338 frames per second from 18 cameras simultaneously along with lifestreaming to a remote recording station. The solution uses the StreamPix Remote to manage 18 Emergent HS-2000 cameras in waterproof enclosures. The setup uses 5 PCs for uncompressed recording from up to 4 cameras each, 2 PCs for compressed
recording, and one PC for remote control and real-time display. All camera-to-host connections are by 30- to 150-meter fiber optic cables, each on a 10GigE network.

  • Each of the front line computers records a total of 2.6 GB data/second from four HD 1920×1080, 338 fps cameras in uncompressed RAW8 format.
  • Every 24th frame is decimated to half resolution (960 x 540) and real-time H.264 compressed so that a live stream is delivered to 2 secondary remote recording stations at about 50 megabits/ second. The H.264 compression is GPU accelerated.
  • The remote PC controls recording and playback, as well as gain, exposure, and white balance for each camera. It also allows control of focus and iris.
  • Dual large monitors provide a tiled display of all cameras plus a large display of a selected camera directly on the 2 secondary recording stations.


Norpix Web Streamer