Redunancy and audience reach are important considerations when producing your live streaming event.
Wowza's acquisition of Camfoo will offer an easy workflow to accomplish this.
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Capella Systems develops Cambria Live, a software based streaming video production platform that provides exceptional HD video quality and broadcast-level features. It integrates the latest YouTube Live API which allows professional broadcasters to stream contents seamlessly to YouTube Live channels.
Elemental Technologies is the leading supplier of video solutions for multiscreen content delivery. Providing unmatched solutions for more than 300 leading media franchises worldwide, Elemental helps pay TV operators, content programmers, film studios and sports broadcasters bring video to any screen, anytime – all at once.
SplitmediaLabs Limited is an innovative, Hong Kong-based, software company specializing in the development of multimedia applications and technology. SplitmediaLabs is the developer and publisher of XSplit Broadcaster, one of the most popular applications for live Internet broadcasting, with a user base ranging from teenage hobbyists to prominent professional casters.
Telestream is the maker of Wirecast and Wirecast for YouTube, cross-platform live-streaming production software. We help you create powerful, memorable, professional productions and deliver your content where you need it, to YouTube and beyond.
Teradek is an innovator of wireless video devices and platforms that facilitate creative acquisition and live event broadcasting in full HD. Teradek's H.264 encoders, bonding devices, and latency-free transmission systems are used throughout many industries for aerial video capture, live ENG backhaul, real-time monitoring, and webcasting.
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