YoloBox - All-In-One Live Streaming device

Self-contained battery powered switcher/recorder/encoder unit, ideal for mobile webcasting

YoloBoxYoloLiv is a Chinese company whose first product, the YoloBox, started out as a Kickstarter project, before going into full production and gaining worldwide distribution.

The YoloBox is an Android-based all-in one video switching/streaming/recording unit with two HDMI and one USB camera input, plus the ability to add pre-recorded video (on SD card), logo, caption & scoreboard overlays and stream to three destinations simultaneously (inc Facebook, YouTube, Twitch) either via ethernet, WiFi or internal 4G modem (SIM required).

 
  • (1) HDMI inputs 1 & 2
  • (2) USB port (for webcam, capture device or modem)
  • (3) HDMI output
  • (4) Ethernet port - RJ45
  • (5) 3.5mm analogue audio input
  • (6) USB-C port (for powering/charging the unit)
 
  • (7) 3.5mm analogue audio output (eg. headphones)
  • (8) SIM Card slot (for internal modem)
  • (9) 1/4" threaded hole for mounting hardware
  • (10) SD Card slot
  • (11) Power On/Off button

More info coming soon...

Limited time SPECIAL OFFER

Buy now from our online store - we have a few YoloBox units available at a special introductory price :)

What we're about . . .      ZEN is not a traditional Audio-Visual dealer who started selling computers, nor is it a computer shop that also sells video products. You won't get any salesmen giving you the "hard-sell" when you call, just straightforward advice and information - which for some callers is the knowledge that they don't need to buy whatever it is they thought they needed! Above all you'll be dealing with someone with a wide range of experience and knowledge of both PCs and video production. We're not the biggest, nor necessarily the cheapest, but we are one of the longest established computer/video specialists in the UK.

Company history . . .      ZEN was started in the 1980s by Martin Kay, then working for ITV at Granada's Manchester studios, who built his first 6502-based computer in 1979 from an Ohio Scientific kit, bought in the USA whilst working as a Sound Recordist on a film shoot for World In Action. With the advent of the Amiga, which could be gen-locked to a video source, Martin started writing a variety of video-related software. This included subtitling & tele-prompting, ident clocks, scoring software for sports & gameshows, and specialist software to mimic other computer displays for use in TV film dramas like Cracker, Prime Suspect and A Touch of Frost. Martin left Granada in 1993 to concentrate on his computer-video activities with ZEN, following a natural path into non-linear editing systems, for many years the main business activity, although he still maintains an active interest in video production.

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