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Video Transport Server is a high-quality, dependable and cost-effective solution for the transmission of video streams between multiple locations. It features the industry's quickest setup time and easily scales to dozens of locations—all monitored and managed via a user-friendly cloud-based application.

Highly recommended for any organization that has the need to link multiple remote locations on a regular basis—such as TV stations, video production companies, event venues, stadiums, houses of worship and esports studios.
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  • A cloud-based UI to monitor and manage connections between locations.
  • Ideal for both NDI® and SDI workflows (Blackmagic Design and AJA supported).
  • Based on SRT and WebRTC technologies.
  • Supports alpha channel in both NDI and SDI modes.
  • Fill and Key output support.
  • Auto-synchronization of streams during multi-camera production.
  • CPU-based and GPU-powered encoding.
  • Up to 4K video quality (8К—planned later this year).
How it works
Medialooks Video Transport Server
How it Works
Key values
Designed for uninterrupted 24/7 operation.
Value for money
Works on commodity hardware and needs no sophisticated equipment.
Quick to start
2 locations can be deployed in 10 minutes: quicker than with competing equipment.
True low latency
Average trip time is 150 ms over good quality but public Internet lines.
Ease of use
No engineering background required: just 3 clicks to start transmitting.
Easy to scale from several to tens of locations.
Case studies
Nejc Markošek
"We've chosen VT Server because it is user-friendly and it uses SRT, which doesn't have large delay, and because it supports NDI®."

Mario Zubac
"We are really really happy with the stream and how it works, how it performs… There's nothing like it. We really spent like half a year, even more trying to do Full HD via RTMP, sending it from Bosnia to America. It was impossible."

Frankie and Booker
Rift Watch Gaming TV
"We basically downloaded the free version of VT on both ends, and it was the easiest setup we ever experienced. It was a matter of clicking a few buttons, starting outputs — and it all worked first time. We weren't used to this! And the best part — we were now able to input a high-resolution, low-latency game feed from the other person! It looked like we were playing side by side, in the same house, through a local network."

Gisli Gudnason
"Due to the peculiar linguistic situation in Switzerland, a multi-language production was considered right from the start: in Swiss German and French. The original plan was to build two twin studios within the same facility to simultaneously serve two productions, each in their own language.

Joshua Shaw
"I see Video Transport as having a lot of potential uses in our world, really happy I've found it, so far it's worked very well and is very simple."

Lukas Wiinholt
"Video Transport was a life saver. A lot of programs allow to video chat, but we needed the cams to be available as separate inputs so that we could do our own mixing and graphics in OBS. It also allows a higher quality alternative to Skype."

Goran Kanceljak
Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
"We are using Medialooks because it's the best way to do it. It is a very simple, cost-effective and efficient setup."

On premise
3 months
1 year
Small Business
Up to 5
Up to 10
Up to 20
VT Server on premise editions
Frequently Asked Questions
What hardware do I need to start working with VT Server?
It's simple. At each location, you need a dedicated Windows-based workstation with a GPU card. Suggested configurations:

  • Windows 8.1, 10, Windows Server 2012, 2016
  • CPU: Intel i7-4770 or newer
  • RAM: 16Gb
  • .Net Framework 4.8
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070Transfer of 2 channels of FullHD 60p video with a bitrate of 30 Mbps
  • NVIDIA Quadro M2000Transfer of 4 channels of FullHD 60p video with bitrate 10 Mbps
  • NVIDIA Quadro P4000Transfer of 8 channels of FullHD 60p video with a bitrate of 10 Mbps
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070Transfer 1 channel UHD 25p video with bitrate 40 Mbps

Does VT Server support SDI input and output?
Yes. We recommend using hardware by Blackmagic Design and AJA.
Are the video streams transmitted through your servers?
No. Video streams are transmitted via point to point (P2P). In rare cases (complex network configurations) the video streams will be routed through our secure server.
Can I run VT Server fully on my own infrastructure?
Yes. The unlimited version can be fully deployed on your own servers. We will provide help in setup and configuration if needed. Please reach out to our sales team to discuss pricing.
What do you refer to as a channel in terms of licensing?
If a license is for 15 channels, it means that you can transmit no more than 15 video streams simultaneously. The number of locations, publishers and receivers are not limited.
What are the bitrate limitations of the transmitted video stream?
With VT Server you can use any bitrate for video streaming that your publishing computer can encode and the Internet connection can handle. The bitrate can be changed on the fly according to the network fluctuations.
How many receivers can get the same stream from one publisher?
This is only limited by the number of licensed channels. As well as Internet bandwidth and GPU power of the publishing computer.
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