​Dejero Releases Updated LIVE+ Mobile App

A new release of Dejero’s LIVE+ Mobile App includes an exposure and focus lock feature and a simplified on-screen zoom capability.

"With the rise of mobile journalism as a means for broadcasters to supplement their newsgathering, Dejero's LIVE+ Mobile App enables them to cover stories immediately from locations that might be inaccessible or impractical for a traditional news crew," said Brian Cram, CEO, Dejero.

The automatic exposure and automatic focus (AE/AF) lock feature delivers more advanced control for situations in which automatic adjustments are not always ideal, such as challenging lighting situations or when there is movement within the frame. Now, by tapping and holding onto a specific area within the frame, users can choose what to lock the focus on, as well as manually adjust and lock the exposure level. This prevents the camera from automatically refocusing and adjusting the exposure, which can be distracting for viewers, and it also keeps the focus and exposure constant when the user is reframing the scene. In addition, the new on-screen zoom bar enables users to zoom in and out on the subject with a simple sliding motion.

Dejero's LIVE+ Mobile App can be used for covering breaking news, impromptu interviews, and live events, and it provides a backup system if the primary camera or transmitter fails. Users can capture 1080p video from, record video for later broadcast, or import and upload edited video files to designated servers when traditional broadcast equipment is not at the scene.

The LIVE+ Mobile App for iOS is now available for free download from the Apple App Store. A license is required to send live feeds and recorded or edited files to server destinations. 

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