Tuesday, August 17th 2021

Cooler Master Launches their First All-In-One Live Streamer: the StreamEnjin

Cooler Master, a global leader in PC component manufacturing, is launching the StreamEnjin, their first ever All-In-One live stream broadcasting device.

Streaming. Simplified
Cooler Master is adding a new device to their vast lineup of technology within the portfolio - the StreamEnjin. The StreamEnjin is an all-in-one livestream mixer that allows you to edit and switch your inputs for seamless broadcasting of your content. Easily create and deliver your customized livestream to multiple CDN broadcast destinations, with 8 preset scenes for convenient personalization. Simple button layout makes switching and mixing a breeze, with the versatile iPad app giving you the freedom to edit your overlays to your liking. The StreamEnjin is designed with a portable form factor with a handle-stand to grab and go to stream from any location you desire.

The StreamEnjin gives you the simplicity and versatility to broadcast your content, integrating simple controls with a portable device for any level streamer looking to share their personalized stream or enhance their stream content for a more entertaining and eye-catching livestream.
Features:
  • All-In-One Integration - All-in-one integration of livestreaming, content mixing and switching, stream capturing, and editing
  • Professional Livestream Content - Livestream content like a professional to up to 2 simultaneous CDN destinations and further your audience reach
  • Integrated iPad App - Proprietary iPad app makes image and overlay editing, program previewing, and scene transitioning quick and easy
  • Preset Storyboard Scenes - Up to 8 available preset scenes for a customized layout to broadcast your personalized content
  • Simple Controls - Clean and direct control layout for quick and simple controls at your fingertips
  • Compact and Portable - Portable form factor with handle-stand designed for easy setup and media creation on the go
Availability:
The StreamEnjin will be available for purchase in mid August of 2021. For more information, please visit: www.coolermaster.com/
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9 Comments on Cooler Master Launches their First All-In-One Live Streamer: the StreamEnjin

#1
PilleniusMC
I have one singular problem with this.... it requires an iPad to work..... why?

Edit: I mean fully work with all features.
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#2
Thribits
PilleniusMCI have one singular problem with this.... it requires an iPad to work..... why?

Edit: I mean fully work with all features.
Probably makes it a bit cheaper and easier to develop. I can imagine that it would be way more expensive and difficult to add a screen and develop a interface for it than "just" making an app for it.
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#3
dyonoctis
ThribitsProbably makes it a bit cheaper and easier to develop. I can imagine that it would be way more expensive and difficult to add a screen and develop a interface for it than "just" making an app for it.
Not to mention the cheap and probably old ARM cpu that would have to power the whole thing
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#4
Thribits
dyonoctisNot to mention the cheap and probably old ARM cpu that would have to power the whole thing
True
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#5
Caring1
Are Cooler Master trying to be edgy spelling engine that way?
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#6
CheapMeat
Caring1Are Cooler Master trying to be edgy spelling engine that way?
No, it makes it easier to search and find via SEO. If it was StreamEngine, it would be a more generic name that doesn't do as well in terms of it popping up in searches, etc. That stuff matters to companies that spend a HUGE amount of money to even make these things.
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#7
WonkoTheSaneUK
PilleniusMCI have one singular problem with this.... it requires an iPad to work..... why?

Edit: I mean fully work with all features.
Maybe a "pre-loved" iPad will do?
Here's the list of compatible ones from the product page:-
  • iPad Pro (3rd gen or later) with iOS 11 and above
  • iPad Pro (1st and 2nd gen)*
  • iPad (5th gen or later)*
  • iPad Mini (5th gen or later)*
  • iPad Air (3rd gen or later)*
* The following iPad with iOS 11 and above (Additional Apple Lightning USB 3 Adapter is required)
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#8
Logoffon
What I don't get here is why they're only compatible with iPads. Do they really want us to get into their "ecosystem"?
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#9
TheLostSwede
LogoffonWhat I don't get here is why they're only compatible with iPads. Do they really want us to get into their "ecosystem"?
Software development cost, plus most people that work with video (at least in most Taiwanese companies mind) only use Apple hardware...
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