New Products, New Look and Promotions | NAB 2014

Today, the Livestream team is proud to unveil our biggest and boldest new products. We’ve also released a new look and experience to our website and iPhone app.

New Broadcasting Products:

STUDIO CONTROL SURFACE
Tactile control surface hardware for any edition of Livestream Studio™ now available for purchase and shipping late April 2014. To learn about Studio Control Surface, watch this video.

LIVESTREAM FOR GLASS
The first live broadcasting video app for Google Glass allows users to broadcast live from their Glass camera to Livestream’s Platform™ with a single tap. Additionally, Livestream’s Glass app enables users to view real-time chat messages from audiences online and respond via voice. The app can also be used as a remote camera with Livestream Studio™. For more information, visit Livestream.com/glass.

STUDIO HD510
Ultra-portable all-in-one switcher with integrated touch-screen. For more information, visit Livestream.com/HD510.

STUDIO HD1710
Supercharged rack-mount switcher with bundled control surface for the most demanding productions. For more information, visit Livestream.com/HD1710.

LIVESTREAM STUDIO – FREE VERSION

To further Livestream’s mission to democratize live video, every Livestream Platform producer can now download and use the Free version of Livestream Studio to upgrade their live event productions with multi-camera and graphics. For more information, visit http://new.livestream.com/studio.

STUDIO VERSION 2 

Studio 2 will be demonstrated at the Livestream booth #SL3305 at NAB. Version 2 will be available for download as a preview beginning Thursday, April 24th and is scheduled for full release in May 2014.

New features include:

  • Bonded Transmission to New Livestream – leverage multiple ethernet, Wi-Fi and 4G modem connections directly from Studio to transmit reliably and at higher bitrates to the Livestream Platform
    • New Look and Feel – upgraded user interface to align with Livestream Studio™ Surface
      Broadcast Graphics Module Upgrade
    • Additional graphics module (GFX3)
    • Unlimited layers within each graphics module
    • Save and load layer templates
    • Turnkey templates for lower thirds, sports scoring and Twitter
    • Dynamic data sources including Twitter, Google Docs, local and remote CSV files and more
      Word-wrap support
    • New “Push to Program” paradigm
  • Livestream Studio Surface Enhanced Support
  • Remote Camera Upgrades – enabling wireless multi-camera live event production
    • Livestream Broadcaster™ remote camera support
    • iPhone and iPad remote camera support
    • Android phone and tablet remote camera support
    • Google Glass remote camera support
    • Additional support for webcam and BlackMagic devices on the remote camera agent for Windows
    • A synchronization feature between all wireless and wired inputs will be made available in a later version
  • Support for Non-Blackmagic Devices – now supports any webcam or video device recognized by Windows
  • Basic Replay

This Week on Livestream | January 23, 2017

The 2017 Oscar Nominations, an in-flight call with Astronaut Thomas Pesquet, a colloquium talk with Cornel West, and more — it’s all on Livestream this week. Watch live!


White House Briefing | USA Today
Monday, January 23
1:30 PM ET
“President Trump’s Press Secretary Sean Spicer holds a briefing Monday. It comes two days after Spicer appeared in the same room to deliver a short and combative statement accusing the news media of ‘deliberately false reporting’ by misrepresenting inaugural crowd sizes and artwork in the Oval Office.”

2017 Oscar Nominations | USA Today
Tuesday, January 24
8:30 AM ET
“It’s one of the most exciting days in Hollywood every year. Find out live which actors, actresses, motion pictures, and more will be honored with an Academy Award nomination.”

In-Flight Call with Thomas Pesquet | European Space Agency
Tuesday, January 24
10:05 AM ET
“Education in-flight call with European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet on-board the International Space Station.”

Cornel West | Bay State Event Solutions
Wednesday, January 25
12 PM ET
“A Colloquium Talk with Cornel West, Professor in the Department of African and African American Studies and the Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University.”

Crowdfunding Video Awards | NextGen Crowdfunding
Wednesday, January 25
6 PM ET
“This new awards program aims to showcase the best videos created to pitch and promote crowdfunding campaigns. You can look forward to seeing creative videos from a variety of industries – including technology, pets, and wellness.”

BuzzFeed’s See Something Say Something Podcast | The Greene Space
Wednesday, January 25
7 PM ET
“For this post-inauguration show, BuzzFeed writer Ahmed Ali Akbar is gathering guests to drink tea and talk about what’s on their minds — whether it’s Trump, saying ‘nah’ to speaking on behalf of all Muslims, or pop culture like Ms. Marvel, Call of Duty, or Zayn Malik!”

Marina Abramović in Conversation with Carl Swanson | 92nd Street Y
Wednesday, January 25
7 PM ET
“Since the beginning of her career in Belgrade during the early 1970s, Marina Abramović has pioneered performance as a visual art form, creating some of the most important early works. The talk will be moderated by New York Magazine editor-at-large Carl Swanson.”

The Human Right to Water | AAAS
Thursday, January 20
8:30 AM ET
“Participants will discuss the role of the science and technology communities in upholding the human right to water and the implications of the human rights framework for scientists, engineers, and health professionals who work to improve access to safe, affordable water supplies. Sessions will highlight examples of actionable scientific research that is contributing to human rights-based water policies.”

Celebrating Dizzy Gillespie | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Thursday, January 20
8 PM ET
“Vincent Gardner – JLCO trombonist, composer, arranger, and tonight’s music director – will lead the Orchestra in new and classic arrangements of Dizzy’s music, showcasing the thrilling melodies, hard swing, and kinetic solos that define these works. On the occasion of Dizzy Gillespie’s centennial, audiences will experience the depth, energy, and creativity that this unparalleled genius and beloved figure continues to inspire.”