Streamstar Webcast Case
This portable, live HD/SD webcast production tool includes: full-featured webcast production software; cut/crossfade/transitions switching modes; instant replays with slow/fast motion playback; replays in/out animations; graphic overlays and inserts; PIP and split screen layouts; video clips and complex playlists playback; external signal capture over DVI with keying; built-in Streamstar Encoder; direct streaming to Internet and mobile devices; popular streaming platforms integration; HD recording of the production while streaming; second display multiview grid; HDMI video out; multi-system PAL/NTSC; audio mixer; built-in high-resolution, touchscreen HD display; briefcase-sized compact package; and full access to all internal components for easy service and upgrades.
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