Introducing yet another game-changer for the media and entertainment industry
With 5 users minimum, ELEMENTS Satellite subscriptions start at 75 € / month and user for a minimum of three months. Special pricing available for enterprise and volume customers.
For environments without an ELEMENTS system, or customers wanting a separate broker for ELEMENTS Satellite, a dedicated cloud instance of the ELEMENTS GATEWAY is available.
Just fill out the form below and one of our team members will personally contact you for a dedicated test setup.
Up to 4K in 60fps
Minimum 10Mbps per client connected, 30Mbps or more recommended
Below 30ms between host and client is a good amount, but below 60ms is still fine for most people
MacOS 10.13 and up / Windows 10
Core 2 Duo or better, Core i5 or better recommended
Intel GMA 950 / NVIDIA 6000 series / AMD Radeon X1000 series or better
Minimum 4GB RAM
Keyboard and mouse support only (no other devices such as Wacom tablets etc.)
Monitor or HDMI emulator dongle must be connected on host computer
Satellite works with MacOS from 10.13 onwards and PC’s with Windows 10
Satellite works with most common GPUs, including Intel, NVIDIA and AMD. The host GPU needs to support H.264 hardware encoding (unfortunately the „old“ Mac Pro does not!) and H.264 hardware decoding on the remote client.
Satellite will try to open up connections from the inside using UPnP which is supported by most routers, however in some cases it might be necessary to configure manual ports on the firewall.
In cases where UPnP is disabled, the host needs an inbound UDP port forwarding to the host machine´s IP.
We recommend using a wired connection with Satellite, but WiFi and even LTE can be used as well. But remember: Connection quality and latency are very important to get a good experience.
For best possible quality, we recommend 30Mbps or better upload speed, the remote client will need around 10Mbps download / 2Mbps upload speed or better. But the actual bandwidth depends on the amount change in the transmitted picture and will be dynamically adapted. We have seen common video editing streams to use 3-6Mbps on average.
Unfortunately not. Only mouse and keyboard are supported for now, but we know that this is a common feature request and are working on a solution in the future. USB network server software can work around this limitation, but the support depends on the 3rd party software vendor. For example, Mac OS 10.15 is not supported yet by any USB network server software.
When a successful connection to the host has been made, a license slot is assigned to that host until the end of the month. When a new month begins, the licenses are released back to the pool.