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Any one may help and tell what is this software?

Postby MGadAllah » Wed Nov 28, 2018 2:23 am

Hi, my friends :)
Please, I need your help with something important for me.
Please is it possible to figure out what is the software from the image attached?
All I know is that it is being used to broadcast live video with a good quality.
This image is the last frame of a video I've watched on facebook live video and I tried to contact the publisher of the video but it seems that he is busy to see all personal direct messages so I thought to ask here :geek:
Thanks :)
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Re: Any one may help and tell what is this software?

Postby John 'twosheds' McDonald » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:02 am

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Re: Any one may help and tell what is this software?

Postby MGadAllah » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:55 am

Simply ... Always go to MuviPix to get the Tricks :)
Thanks a lot my friend for your fast reply.
But any clue if this is the best tool for such a purpose? I mean live videos on YouTube and Facebook or there is something better?
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Re: Any one may help and tell what is this software?

Postby John 'twosheds' McDonald » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:58 am

MGadAllah wrote:But any clue if this is the best tool for such a purpose? I mean live videos on YouTube and Facebook or there is something better?

Ahh! On that question I am afraid I cannot help. Sorry. :(
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Re: Any one may help and tell what is this software?

Postby GerryB » Wed Nov 28, 2018 4:35 am

You could look at https://obsproject.com

A bit of a fiddle to set up initially but it is free and the on-line tutorials, on YouTube, are good.

I trialled it with an old camera with a Firewire connection and a MacBool with Firewire port.

You have options as to which service provider, like YouTube, you use.
Again cruise the web for other opinions.



Ron,
Should/could Video Streaming become a new topic area?
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Re: Any one may help and tell what is this software?

Postby Chuck Engels » Sun Dec 02, 2018 6:58 pm

I use Wirecast multiple times per week to broadcast live to Facebook and a website. It can do a lot and is software used to switch between graphics, cameras, and videos. Text overlays can be used as well as lower thirds and various other graphics and titles. It has layering capability so you can have text with a transparent background overlay a graphic or camera output. The software also will record video and anything in the "Live" window. There is a preview window, to get your next live shot ready, and a live window for what is currently being broadcast. It does have a few quirks and might not replace a good video switcher depending on the number of cameras and type of broadcast. We currently have 1 camera and will be adding another in the near future, we will continue to use Wirecast for the next year at least.
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Postby Chuck Engels » Sun Dec 02, 2018 7:01 pm

If you want to go top of the line and create a complete broadcast studio take a look at this, BlackMagic products are the top of the line.

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