Atomos CONNECT – $79 HDMI to USB Converter for Streaming
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Atomos brought a new solution for UVC streaming (USB Video Class) – the Atomos CONNECT. It's an HDMI to USB converter, works with any HDMI device and converts videos up to 4Kp30 to UVC streaming up to 1080p60. It offers universal support for all major streaming platforms.

Small bridge

With 64 x 28 x 13 mm (L x W x H) and 21.4 g, the Atomos CONNECT connects the world between all HDMI devices such as Atomos video capture devices and UVC streaming via Mac or PC. The user can record 4K (up to 30p), HD (up to 60p) or 720p (up to 60p) sources and output a maximum of 1080p60 (YUV.JPEG). The CONNECT supports 8, 10 and 12 bit deep colors and supports HDMI cables up to 15 meters.

Simple operation, universally supported

Just plug in the HDMI from an Atomos video capture device or camera, plug the USB port into your Mac or PC, open a UVC application like OBS or Wirecast and you're good to go. The Atomos CONNECT also supports CDN (Content Delivery Network) and social media platforms such as Skype, MS Teams, Zoom or Twitch. It can turn your favorite camera into a live webcam.

Multi-camera recording and streaming with Shogun 7. Source: Atomos

Multi-camera streaming solution with Shogun 7

With the latest firmware update, the Atomos Shogun 7 monitor / recorder allows recording with multiple cameras and switching up to four 1080p60 sources. Shogun's touchscreen lets you access and switch cameras with the touch of a button. With the support of CONNECT, you can stream the video with multiple cameras directly from the Shogun 7. The package solution with CONNECT and Shogun 7 is a super simple, compact solution for video recording and live streaming with multiple cameras.

For more information on Atomos CONNECT, visit Atomos CONNECT product page.

The Atomos CONNECT is now available for 79 USD / 79 EUR from Atomos retail partners such as B & H and CVP (see below).

What live streaming setup are you currently using? What do you think of this new HDMI to USB converter from Atomos? Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below.


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