NewTek’s TriCaster Mini X: The New Desktop TriCaster For Every Video Production Possibility

TriCaster Mini X, the new addition to the ground-breaking TriCaster family boasts Live Link, an all-new feature that brings the power of the internet directly into TriCaster – offering the ultimate in production freedom.

TriCaster Mini X is the first in the TriCaster line of products to offer Live Link. This brand-new feature means users can easily pull any web page elements into a production without the need to use third party applications. Ranging from graphics or images to videos from your organization’s internal training platforms, this turns the entire internet into a source for your productions.

The TriCaster Mini X offers increased power and capabilities, including access to 8 external sources with 4 integrated HDMI inputs and supporting modern resolutions up to 4Kp30; and HTML rendering directly in the switcher, with access to HTML 5 motion graphics, webpages, web-based video playback and more without having to use a separate computer.

Accessibility, unlocked.
TriCaster Mini X brings the possibilities of professional live video production to anyone with a story to tell, no matter their level of experience – without vast investments in infrastructure. Video switching, media playback, virtual sets, social media integration, ability to add graphics, record, stream, and much more.

Flexibility, attained.
Creators can use all their existing devices with the TriCaster Mini X and truly level-up their productions with all the advanced features it has to offer. From cameras to microphones, off-the-shelf HDMI devices connect directly to the Mini X in minutes creating professional level productions – without having to purchase any new equipment.

Built with NDI at its core, the Mini X is an easy to use, futureproof solution that can be simplified or expanded, as necessary. By using IP video and software defined visual storytelling, TriCaster Mini X offers infinite production possibilities.

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