The redesigned GUI includes a larger program out and camera preview windows.
Streamstar has a new release of SW 4.0, its streaming solution. The update features a redesigned GUI.
“Streamstar’s platform has become the standard bearer for serious live stream productions, specifically live sports streaming,” says Radoslav Toth, Streamstar CEO. ”Now we have raised the bar even higher and included a feature-rich GUI, integrated automated PTZ control of up to six cameras, plus numerous other remarkable and powerful features.”
The redesigned GUI includes a larger program out and camera preview windows for improved visual style and easier operation. It integrates automated remote control of up to six JVC PTZ cameras over IP.
“Now playback in/out points can be set to quickly and non-destructively edit media files from within the Streamstar software; files are available for playback instantly without transcoding,” says Toth.
One feature freezes the replay playback and stops the action at the exact frame to highlight a key moment in the game.
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