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Studio is more open than ever and now includes support for NDI compatible third-party products, giving you the ability to receive HD camera and video feeds, receive alpha channel graphics feeds, or send a program output from Studio to third party software.
This update allows more flexibility when streaming to Facebook Live. You can now tag a geographic location (check in) or tag friends to live video posts on Facebook. You can also stream to ‘scheduled livestreams’ on Facebook pages and take advantage of advanced audience targeting.
Full streaming module with simulcast functionality in Livestream Studio Web Control (BETA).
End to end 4K multi-bitrate streaming with Livestream Platform.
Studio users can now sync media and project files with Dropbox.
Studio 4.6 requires less processing power for PCs that have NVIDIA graphics cards, with the NVIDIA NVENC feature, and/or QuickSync-enabled Intel processors. With QuickSync and NVIDIA hardware video encoding support, Studio can operate on an expanded list of consumer laptops and PCs.
This update gives producers the opportunity to send a single stream from their encoder to multiple destinations at once. A single stream to the Livestream platform can be delivered to YouTube Live, Periscope, and Twitch simultaneously. Producers can also stream from Studio to Livestream and Facebook Live simultaneously. For a more optimized setup you can also leverage the new simulcasting feature of the Livestream Cloud Platform (Premium and Enterprise plan), which sends a single stream to multiple platforms without clogging your venue’s internet connection.
Web Control gives you the ability to remotely control Livestream Studio software using a WebRTC compatible browser (Safari, Chrome, Firefox). Web Control now includes the ability to fully control your Graphics module, including adding and editing data. Delegate graphics tasks to other team members while you focus on cutting the show on the main Studio interface.
Our latest update, Studio 4.6, adds more functionality to this tool. Producers can add Studio Graphics (.lsgfx) files via Dropbox. This features gives users the ability to insert and modify .lsgfx data, as well as full control over your graphic overlays’ settings.
A Dropbox account is required to use this feature.
Even more powerful than before
For Windows 7+