With improved 4K support, Rendezvous conferencing enhancements, interactive web page overlays and social comment moderation, and new subscription options, Wirecast 15 empowers users of any skill level to create professional-looking content that engages and retains viewers. A newly rearchitected, high efficiency software engine enables users to create even more compelling productions while consuming less system resources.
Wirecast 15 supports capture of 4K camera sources, playback of 4K media files, and 4K streaming output to deliver the highest-quality video content to viewers. The Rendezvous peer-to-peer conferencing system now supports live musical instruments as high-definition audio sources in the Wirecast stream through audio processing enhancements that preserve the tonality of the music.
To improve audience engagement, web page overlays are fully interactive in a stream when performing tasks such as live demos or tutorials. Social media comments can be integrated directly into the broadcast (from Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook) with precise control over what gets publicly displayed. Selected comments automatically populate an animated title template enabling users to have a continuously rotating collection of comments playing over the stream.
The new UI in Wirecast 15 allows users to create even the most sophisticated content on their own terms with customizable graphics, templates, stock media, and more. Upgraded audio tools include an enhanced display of audio meters across different views so users instantly see whether audio levels are too low or too high.
Wirecast 15 includes a rearchitected software engine that uses up to 60% less computer resources than previous versions, freeing up valuable CPU and GPU power to enable the most complex workflows. Users can run more programs in the background while live streaming for live on-the-fly updates and changes without impacting stream delivery and reliability.