AVerMedia AVERCASTER HD DUET PLUS for $2,070.95 at Academic Superstore
You will need one of the following documents:
College Students / Parents
  • Instant Online Verification
  • Dated Student ID from the current semester or school year
  • Course Schedule
  • Registration Receipt for this semester
  • Letter of Enrollment on school letterhead.
K-12 Student / Parents
  • Report Card
  • Dated Student ID from the current semester or school year
  • Registration Receipt
  • Letter of Enrollment on school letterhead
Teachers, Faculty, or Staff
  • Link to your faculty web page
  • Current Faculty ID
  • Letter of Employment on school letterhead
  • Pay Stub (cross out confidential information)
Home School
  • Membership in Home School Association
  • Receipt for Home School Curriculum
  • Letter of intent to home school from a state agency
School Districts, Colleges, Universities
  • Your Purchase Order
Non-Profit Organizations
  • Copy of IRS 501(c)3 form
  • IRS letter stating that you are a 501(c)3
Product ID: 1638262 | Mfg Part #: F239-AW

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Deliver Content to a Wide Range of Devices

This single box streams HD content through standard protocols. Live streaming and video broadcasting is delivered to a wide range of client devices, including computers, IP-STBs, kiosks, digital signage, and more. The AVerCaster HD Duet Plus is easily deployed into existing network environments with no extra cost or effort. With H.264 compression, the AVerCaster HD Duet Plus delivers both high video quality and efficient bandwidth usage.

Excellent Scalability and Cost Savings

High compatibility and streaming quality, the AVerCaster HD Duet Plus is a cost-effective solution for internal or external live event broadcasting over an Internet connection. Easy to use with a range of broadcasting scalability, the AVerCaster HD Duet Plus is ideal for both small and medium sized schools.

Back Up Your Files

The portable server can stream two HD video broadcasts simultaneously or stream to one video output while storing content to a network-mapped drive. Save content in the same format as either the input source or a streaming format.