Livestream is a video live streaming platform that allows customers to broadcast live video content using a camera and a computer through the Internet, and viewers to play the content via the web, iOS, Android, Roku, and the Apple TV. Livestream requires a paid subscription for content providers to use; it formerly offered a free ad-supported service but no longer does so as of 2016.
The Livestream Studio software features a configurable layout that allows you to view all of the camera/input feeds, program and preview, clips in the media player, audio levels, and more all on one screen if necessary.
The HD510 is built to perform with a 3.2 GHz six-core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 1TB 7200rpm hard drive capable of recording four simultaneous isolated (ISO) recordings or 20 hours of broadcast-quality HD video. It is designed to broadcast television SMPTE and color sampling standards, supporting formats up to 1080p30/25 and 1080i60/50 and featuring 10-bit 4:2:2 video and 24-bit 48 kHz audio processing.
Livestream’s Broadcaster Pro
Go Live from your Camera
The Broadcaster Pro allows you to stream your content in three ways; via 2.4/5GHz WiFi, a 10/100 Ethernet port, or by using a 4G LTE USB modem, ensuring you’ll always have a way to stream your content direct to your audience.