|Sent time:||Saturday, November 12, 2011 9:41:58 AM|
|To:||Global Revolution Media <email@example.com>|
|Subject:||[GlobalRevolutionMedia] Re: Livestream vs Wirecast vs Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder|
Affordable switcher alternative to Tricaster would be Blackmagic's
You can run it with switcher software and eventually upgrade to
It actually integrates will with Telestream Wirecast as well as Adobe
FMLE using a Blackmagic Decklink video card
That would give you various configuration and encoder options
depending on the situation
On Nov 12, 11:38 am, cseeman <csee...@optonline.net> wrote:
> Another CDN possibility could be
> eyepartner which also manages tikilive
> On Nov 11, 11:09 am, cseeman <csee...@optonline.net> wrote:
> > Maybe talk to Bigtravity, They've been known to offer a channel to
> > streams that bring eyeballs.http://www.bitgravity.com/
> > On Nov 11, 7:53 am, Melissa Ulto <multost...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > i think considering how livestream has been up and down lately on
> > > performance, we should look at other solutions, as backups. it can't
> > > hurt to do the research. and if livestream will donate (cause they
> > > want the traffic/eyes for their stats/advertisers), then other vendors
> > > prolly will. we have the eyes and audience numbers - normally,
> > > streaming companies SPONSOR streams with this many consistent
> > > watchers. lol. i know they took the ads off the Occupy channels, but
> > > they still include the numbers of viewers in their data to
> > > advertisers, etc.
> > > :) m.
> > > On Nov 10, 10:20 pm, Bruce Wagner <br...@onlyonetv.com> wrote:
> > > > Wirecast 4.1.2 for Mac. FTW.
> > > > As I understand it, Livestream is donating a pro account. That's saving
> > > > $350 or $450/month...?
> > > > Only Love,
> > > > Bruce
> > > > Bruce Wagner
> > > > OnlyOneTV | global television networkhttp://OnlyOneTV.com+1646-580-0022
> > > > On Nov 10, 2011 8:04 PM, "Melissa Ulto" <multost...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > > hi peeps
> > > > > so the time has come to review some of our options in streaming.
> > > > > ideally, we should be using a white label service we can brand and
> > > > > control. but that takes $$$.
> > > > > in the meantime:
> > > > > - tonight for a client i tried to stream using Procaster 20.2 - what a
> > > > > nightmare - grabs all system resources and lists usage at 100% and
> > > > > leads to total stream fail. i'm testing later which version to roll
> > > > > back to successfully and will let you know. its a known issue in the
> > > > > livestream forums. ugh...
> > > > > - i've also used wirecast - which version Vlad are we shooting to use?
> > > > > v3.x is pretty stable but 4.x is nicer. i'm not sure if there are
> > > > > newer versions. the audio issues, however, ugh...
> > > > > - a new player - Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder - works with
> > > > > livestream accounts - lets test this - supposedly CPU/mem lite
> > > > > eventually, for the studio, i see a Tricaster 850 and HDMI cameras -
> > > > > but that's down the road. we should see if we can find a livestream
> > > > > white label service that might donate or give a discount. livestream
> > > > > is so wonky lately and frustrating to work with.
> > > > > what other options - Ustream, Justin.tv, Blip.tv? Boinxtv? also some
> > > > > other services that aren't big brands...suggestions?
> > > > > lets actively research a longer term solution.
> > > > > :) m.
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