Telestream Wirecast Pro 4 for Windows (Upgrade from Wirecast 4)
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The Telestream Wirecast Pro 4 for Windows (Upgrade from Wirecast 4) is a software solution for switching, producing and streaming live events at a professional level of production. The software allows you to capture live video from multiple cameras and switch the output to a real-time encoder for Internet streaming, while adding 3D graphics, chroma-keyed video and even virtual 3D sets. You can also webcast the live video & audio of your computer desktop. For corporate communication teams, government entities, educational institutions and houses of worship, Wirecast Pro 4 represents a powerful alternative to traditional broadcast.
The software is the bridge between the camera inputs into your laptop or desktop PC and a streaming server. You can use FireWire to input the live output of many DV/HDV cameras or use a USB webcam - or a capture card from Blackmagic Design (Intensity Pro, Intensity Shuttle and Decklink SDI, Studio, Duo & HD Extreme 3D) or Viewcast (Osprey 240e, 450e and 700e). This way you can input live or recorded video from HDMI, SDI and analog camera outputs.
Version 4 of the software supports Teradek's Cube devices, which encode and decode video output from many HDMI- and SDI-enabled cameras for wireless transmission directly to your computer. You also get support for selected wireless IP cameras (Sony SNC-RZ50N, Cisco WVC80N and Axis P1344, M1104 & 211W) and LiveU video-over-cellular transmission.
Wirecast Pro 4 lets you import graphical elements, switch between multiple cameras, employ picture-in-picture and scoreboards and even add 3D virtual sets. The real-time encoder outputs to QuickTime, On2 (VP6) and Main Concept H.264 formats so you're ready to feed your streaming server with standard-definition or even HD video. (A basic streaming server is integrated into the software and it makes it easy to set up your broadcast for the streaming service of your choice.) You can also output video as Windows Media (WMV) files and point the output toward a Windows Media streaming server. Start with just a camera, a computer, an Internet connection and Wirecast Pro 4. Your professionally produced webcasts will then be accessible to anyone online.
|System Requirements 1||Processor: 2.3 GHz 32 or 64-bit / 1GB RAM (Windows 7 )
2.3 GHz 32-bit (x86) / 1GB RAM (Vista)
2.1 GHz 32-bit (x86) / 512MB RAM (XP, SP2)
Hard Disk: 200 MB (for install)
32 MB PCI-Express graphics card with 3D acceleration (GeForce- or Radeon-class card recommended)
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c
GeForce 5200, Radeon 9600 or better for chroma key
Sufficient upload speed (300 kb/s for low quality, 700 kb/s for good, 1.3 Mb/s and up for HD)
|System Requirements 2||CDN/Streaming Media Host Requirements: RTMP: Live streaming of H.264 Flash (VP6 or Spark codec not available); Flash Media Server (3.5) or Wowza Server (5 or later); FME authentication (this may no longer be a problem with 3.5.3); sufficient upload speed (300 kb/s for low quality, 700 kb/s for good, 1.3 Mb/s and up for HD)
RTSP: Live streaming for RTMP (H.264 or MPEG-4 recommended); sufficient upload speed (300 kb/s for low quality, 700 kb/s for good, 1.3 Mb/s and up for HD)
|System Requirements 3||CDN/Streaming Media Host Requirements: MMS: Live Streaming for MMS; sufficient upload speed (300 kb/s for low quality, 700 kb/s for good, 1.3 Mb/s and up for HD)
Video Input Devices: Live USB cameras
Live FireWire cameras (DV or HDV)
Analog to FireWire converters (DV or HDV)