Now you can stream to Facebook Live!
Using WebRTC, Live Interview allows you to invite anyone to join your live broadcast with low latency via webcam. All a guest needs is a link from you and a Chrome web browser. Moderators can switch between guests, delivering a revolutionary experience from Livestream Studio.Live Interview Demo
Now out of beta, bonded streaming* brings you a more stable streaming experience by making it possible to spread your live stream over multiple internet connections, including Ethernet, Wifi, 3G/4G LTE modems, or any other connection you can configure in Windows. You can also set a backup internet connection that will be used only if your primary internet connection fails or becomes too slow, avoiding expensive data charges.More about Bonded Streaming
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Studio 3.2 now supports up to 25 inputs, 25 outputs, and 10 remote camera inputs so you can capture every angle and every shot. It’s ideal for any size production.Full tech specs
You can now stream in 480p, 432p, and 360p formats for lower performance computers
All new slide and push transitions are now available for main mixes, auxiliary mixes, and graphics overlays.
You can now use Airplay Mirroring and your GoPro 3 or 4 as remote camera inputs in Livestream Studio.
Studio 3.2 users now have the option of using a Mac laptop or desktop to broadcast their screen, webcam or video input over the network to Studio as a remote camera input.
Studio 3.2 now supports an integrated, automated tools for ISO recording recovery after a stream failure.
With our new Group Layers feature, you can use multiple data sources within a graphics layer.
Our new Input Settings module has a crop and zoom function for your input streams.
Record your program in broadcast quality with (or without) overlays.
Edit clips and air highlighted replays to your viewers without stopping the recording!
Record up to four simultaneous videos in broadcast quality MJPEG to an AVI file. Use an external USB3 hard drive for even greater storage.