Telestream’s Wirecast S has been designed to simplify creation of live video feeds for corporate environments.
Telestream just released a version of its Wirecast live streaming software designed for the studio-grade production of live events in the Microsoft Stream enterprise video service.
Telestream's Wirecast S is designed to simplify and speed up creation of live video feeds for corporate environments. Combined with Microsoft Stream and Office 365, the package helps users set up streaming to their company or group by using various quick-start templates for town halls, presentations and announcements.
Users can launch Wirecast S directly within Microsoft Stream and begin streaming quickly with user friendly features that support beginners with little or no training required, according to Telestream. The product enables switching between multiple cameras and can add Skype feeds, images, titles and sound tracks within the application.
“Our customers rely on video to create engaging communications that reach across their organization,” said Microsoft Partner Group Program Manager, Vishal Sood. “The integration with Wirecast S will enable our customers to produce highly customizable, live streaming content by using software that seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Stream.”
The software is available as a free 30-day trial download when Microsoft enables live event streaming and scheduling for its Stream customers and then on a monthly subscription basis.
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