NewTek Expands Developer Network
San Antonio, TX - Apr 26, 2013 - NewTek has expanded the the NewTek Developer Network, a growing ecosystem of companies that create workflows for NewTek customers. The Network, which already includes industry companies such as Avid and Chyron, offers customers an extended set of products that work directly with TriCaster to provide support for live production.
"NewTek's TriCaster has been very popular with Ustream broadcasters with its multi-camera switching, 1080p, video playback, and green screen with chroma key -- basically everything you would want to do on video production at a really affordable price point," said Ustream CEO Brad Hunstable.
The Network includes companies in several different categories: streaming, graphics, content, controllers.
■ Haivision - Automate cloud transcoding with HyperStream Live to reach all Internet audiences with the highest quality adaptive bitrate (ABR) streams.
■ Ustream - Stream directly from the TriCaster to Ustream with one-click.
■ Compix - Linx - Software-based character generator for the TriCaster with optional channel branding and social media integration
■ Graphics Outfitters - IVGA Connect - Connect any external HD-SDI source over the Ethernet to TriCaster.
■ Freeplay Music - Desktop access to free and affordable music for TriCaster.
■ AJA - KUMO SDI routers - connects up to 32 sources with TriCaster 8000
■ Utah Scientific - UTAH-100/UDS - modular router system provides additional sources for the TriCaster 8000.
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