Broadcast Pix Partners With Switchboard Live

Broadcast Pix users can now create and stream live video content to multiple destinations via a direct integration with Switchboard Live’s product, Switchboard Cloud.

This cloud-based product integrates with YouTube, Facebook, Twitter (Periscope), LinkedIn Live, Twitch, and DaCast. Support for any other RTMP-based streaming destination or provided (CDN, OVP’s, web player, etc.) is supported via a customizable RTMP destination.

New Broadcast Pix BPswitch, RadioPix, and StreamingPix live broadcasting and streaming systems now feature native integration to Switchboard Cloud.

Tony Mastantuono, Product Manager, Broadcast Pix comments, “Although our products already have the ability to stream, we are finding users now need to be able to stream to multiple destinations simultaneously. In following our strategy of simplifying the complex, we are partnering with Switchboard to integrate this enhanced service enabling our users to share their content to a greater audience.”

A 30-day Switchboard Cloud Pro Subscription includes simultaneously streaming to five destinations, one encoder workflow input, watermarking, up to 50 hours of streaming per month and can be done at 5 Mbps (max) 1080p.

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