Advanced Micro Peripherals’ (AMP) standalone H.264 StreamCorder-HD board accepts HD-SDI input at up to 1080p30 for real encoding, streaming over 100/1000-Mbit Ethernet, and local storage. The board’s flexible streaming engine streams compressed video direct from an onboard Ethernet port, and save directly to local storage for later retrieval. Stereo audio embedded in the input HD-SDI source also can be captured and streamed, synchronized with the video. Designed for mobile unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and Vetronix applications, it supports extraction of key-length-value (MSB 0605.3-compliant) embedded data contained within the HD-SDI. Other features include an optional onboard controller area network (CAN), three-axis accelerometer, high-sensitivity GPS receiver, altimeter, and three-axis digital magnetometer (e-compass). The company will demonstrate StreamCorder at embedded world 2014 (Feb. 25-27) in Nuremberg, Germany.