The product includes a feature similar to Skype, MS Teams and Zoom Meeting.
Viz Vectar Plus is a software-only, IP-based live production solution for on-premises or virtualized Cloud environments.
“Viz Vectar Plus is truly made for today’s visual storytellers who find the old ways increasingly outdated, difficult, and cost-prohibitive. By providing flexible terms, customers can create more quality content, free from the normal up-front costs,” said Daniel Nergard, president of Vizrt Global. “Live Call Connect very conveniently opens up more ways to bring more actors into the story, regardless of their location or app preference.”
The product launches with Live Call Connect, a feature similar to Skype, MS Teams and Zoom Meetings by transforming conference callers into separate video sources.
It includes Audio Connect, an extension that utilizes NDI to solve the last piece of the virtualization puzzle. It enables a fully virtualized audio workflow connected with a wide range of audio mixing and processing applications for increased flexibility.
A new system re-entry function allows for multiple versions of the same program to be output with different aspect ratios, resolutions, and graphics simultaneously. With built-in media players, recording, streaming, audio, and graphics control, Viz Vectar Plus employs standard computer hardware and network infrastructures with IP connectivity. Almost unlimited IP video sources including SMPTE 2110, NDI, SRT, RTMP, RTP, HTTP, SRC, can be accessed and used simultaneously, providing connectivity with all types of media devices, including the NDI|HX Camera app available for smartphones.
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