At BSI, We Deliver Cutting-Edge Video Broadcast Solutions to TV Stations, and Media Broadcasters In East Africa.
BSI is the go-to provider of video broadcast solutions in East Africa, with accreditation as a reseller of Blackmagic Design in Kenya and the region. With over 16 years of experience, we have built a strong reputation as the powerhouse behind the success of TV stations across the region.
Our team of expert video broadcast engineers has mastered the art of system integration and transmission, delivering high-quality solutions tailored to meet the unique needs of our clients. At BSI, we believe that no project is too small or client too big, and we take pride in offering top-notch engineering services and the latest broadcasting equipment to clients of all sizes.
Today’s video delivery systems are a complex mix of technologies that must support a variety of signals, interfaces, formats, codecs, and standards. At BSI, we offer IRD solutions that bring new simplicity to this complex infrastructure and ensure the highest quality video delivery available today. Our product, Horizon, offers proven compatibility with a wide range of technologies, including analog, digital, HD/SD, MPEG2, H.264, IP, 8VSB, QAM, and DVB-S/S2. It’s no wonder that Horizon’s IRD’s are installed by more broadcast, cable, satellite, and telco service providers, and across a wider range of applications than any other comparable solution.
We deal with a wide range of streaming solutions, from Blackmagic Design products such as Web Presenter and ATEM Mini to software solutions such as OBS and Wirecast. Blackmagic products make your SDI/HDMI source appear as a standard UVC and UAC compatible USB webcam, so it’s capable of broadcasting video and audio on any webcam-compatible platform and software, including Skype, YouTube Live, Facebook Live, Twitch.tv, Periscope, Open Broadcaster, and XSplit Broadcaster on Mac, Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS systems.
Live streaming equipment is a big part of our offer at BSI. This guide hopes to give you an overview of these technologies and help you select the right product for the right purpose.
What is Streaming?
Very simply, streaming is broadcasting live video over the Internet. A video stream is different from a video file. A video file must finish recording before you can upload it, but a video stream continues live until you stop it.
Why is Streaming important to you?
Everyone from the largest broadcaster and media organization to police forces, houses of worship, and gamers are streaming live to mobile devices, iPads, networked screens, computers, consoles… It’s the fastest-growing part of the media industry, worth an estimated US$14 billion worldwide.
How do you Stream video?
You first need to compress the video into a size that you can reliably upload to the Internet, and to do that, you either use hardware or software. If you use hardware encoders, you don’t need a computer, so the equipment is smaller and can even be mounted on a camera. If you use software, you still need to get the video signal into a computer, and there are boxes that do this too.
We deal with a wide range of video switchers that are ideal for any live event or installation that requires a high channel count and the ability to accept a variety of video input formats out of the box. Video Mixer brings high quality video production to live event, corporate, educational, and house of worship applications.
Contact Us Today to Learn More About Our Broadcast Solutions and How We Can Help Take Your Broadcasting to New Heights.
Ready to take your video broadcasting to the next level? Look no further than BSI. With our comprehensive range of solutions including broadcast automation, video streaming, lighting, encoders/decoders, delay managers, video mixers, format converters, and cameras, we have everything you need to elevate your content and engage your audience.
Connected Technology Solutions
We’ve expanded our portfolio to include the latest advancements in technology industries, now offering comprehensive and integrated solutions in broadcast, power and solar, audio-visual, security, safety, and networking infrastructure.