Supporting up to 4K60 streaming workflows, Wirecast Gear 3 is the latest generation of the company’s live video streaming and production hardware.
Powerful and portable, Wirecast Gear 3 was designed for video streaming specialists who want a pre-configured turnkey solution for producing and streaming live video content, without compromise, in a single package.
Built for the demanding needs of corporate environments and marketing as well as sports, news, education and training, and houses of worship, Wirecast Gear 3 enables live event producers to focus on production and streaming instead of worrying about hardware system compatibility, configuration, and integration.
Supporting up to 1080p HD or 4K resolutions, Wirecast Gear comes pre-installed with Telestream’s multiple award-winning Wirecast Pro software. It also includes NDI input/output, PTZ camera control, pro audio effects, ISO recording, and Telestream Switch Player software for quality control and inspection. Using customizable graphics, templates, stock video and audio media, and moderated social media comment overlays, users can create uniquely branded shows quickly and stream to popular destinations such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and many more. The system comes ready to stream out of the box ensuring that anyone can become a live-streaming professional.
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