For NAB this year, Livestream is jam packed with new hardware and software. For consumers, the company has a live streaming app for Google’s Glass wearable device. They also announced a pair of production switchers: the HD510 and HD1710. The HD510 is a portable version with an integrated touch display, yet it’s still full featured with 5 SDI inputs. The rack mounted HD1710 is at the other end of the spectrum. It features up to 17 inputs and can drive 4 displays.
Livestream also is demoing a preview of their 2.0 update of their Livestream Studio software. It features streaming to Google Glass and Mobile, bonded transmission, support to vendors other than Black Magic, and a basic replay mode. The preview release can be downloaded on April 24th with the full version coming sometime in May. The company also expanded the capabilities of the free Windows version of Studio with multi-camera and audio mixing.
Livestream New at NAB 2014:
Wanted to reach out and share our latest news for NAB. Livestream is debuting the largest product suite update to date at the show and thought you’d be interested in learning about the news and/or stopping by the booth for interviews and demos from Livestream’s executive and product team.
Livestream for Glass
Livestream Studio Control Surface
Livestream Studio HD510
Livestream Studio HD1710
free version now available with multl-camera support and audio mixing
Studio Version 2.0 Preview
debuting at NAB the new version of Studio includes wireless remote camera streaming to Glass, Livestream Broadcaster, iPhone and Android devices, bonded transmission to New Livestream, support for non black magic devices and basic replay. Available for preview download April 24th and full release May 2014.
For more details, check out our product blog announcement