Update: Telestream Wirecast 14.1 with Rendezvous Backchannel Chat, More
Telestream Wirecast 14.1 is now available with great new features like Rendezvous Backchannel Chat and ISO Recording of Shots (Pro). Not only that, get SRT Output, ProRes Encoding on Windows, and more!
What’s new in Telestream Wirecast 14.1?
- Rendezvous Chat: Behind-the-scenes messaging between hosts and guests in Wirecast’s Rendezvous peer-to-peer remote conferencing solution.
- ISO Recording for Shots (Pro): Independently record any shot in your document, including Rendezvous and audio-only shots, for use in post-production.
- SRT Output: Stream using Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) an open-source video transport protocol for delivering high-quality and secure, low-latency video across the public Internet. (Supports Caller Mode, in x264 or Apple H.264)
- Additional features and updates:
- ProRes encoding on Windows: Great for NLE workflows, now available for Windows, for both ISO recording and record to disk.
- Media playback improvements: Performance and efficiency improvements for playback of PNG animations.
- Mac audio capture plugin: Restored the ability to easily bring audio from any application into Wirecast on a Mac
- Updated Blackmagic SDK: Adds new resolution options and improves capturing at certain resolutions.
- Rendezvous connection improvements: Better reconnection if Rendezvous guests somehow get disconnected.
- LinkedIn Live Schedule Broadcast: Schedule your page or profile’s live video in advance and notify your followers.
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