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Telestream’s Wirecast Go iPhone App

Telestream’s Wirecast Go lets iPhone users turn their device into a mobile broadcast studio. It enables live iPhone productions to be streamed directly to YouTube and other RTMP servers.

Telestream has announced that Wirecast Go, a mobile live streaming application that converts any Apple iPhone into a live broadcast studio is now available for download from the Apple App store.

Building on Telestream’s experience in live streaming with the professional version of Wirecast, Wirecast Go is ideally suited for both trained videographers and amateur iPhone users who want to stream breaking news and live events.

Wirecast Go combines ease of use with additional features, and offers robust live video streaming to multiple destinations, along with the ability to intuitively brand streams, add a range of graphics, and edit shots. Wirecast Go lets users share their experience in a professional-looking production directly to YouTube or to any RTMP server with just a few taps.

For professional TV news journalists and ENG teams, Wirecast Go offers the ability to shoot high quality video footage to produce quality live video that can be streamed to multiple destinations, live from the event.

The standard version is free and enables unlimited live streaming to YouTube from an iPhone. It allows insertion of images, logos and graphics from a user's photo library; social chat and sharing; and the ability to save two shots in a shot list.

The premium features of Wirecast Go can be unlocked for just $5.99. These enable live streaming to any RTMP (Real Time Messaging Protocol) destination, as well as private or unlisted broadcasts on YouTube. Users can also switch between unlimited numbers of shots, and capture and replay highlights from the live production with just a few taps on the iPhone.

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