The partnership between Teradek and Singular will enable the creation of professional graphics in a streamed feed.
Teradek announced a partnership with Singular to bring professional graphic overlays to live streaming. The new feature-set will be integrated into Core, Teradek’s cloud-based management and production platform.
“We see so many companies claim that they’ve made live streaming simple, but the truth of the matter is that it’s already commonplace and incredibly easy to do,” said Michael Gailing, VP Product for Live Streaming and IP Video at Teradek. “What content creators really want is to offer compelling live experiences and to drive engagement, which is why we’re integrating with Singular. With attractive graphics, a typical single camera live stream can be transformed into a captivating production that results in increased viewer retention and an overall better viewing experience.”
The Singular component of the partnership will enable content creators to easily build and control graphics for live streams. The featureset will include many of the capabilities found in professional broadcast solutions without the expense or operating complexity. With this new integration, live streamers will be able to make their content look more compelling and professional, with lower-thirds, scoreboards, tickers and bugs.
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