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Telestream Showcased Latest Products at NAB NY

At NAB NY, Telestream showcased several solutions that contribute to live production, streaming and workflow efficiencies. Telestream highlighted the latest integration between Vantage, Lightspeed Live Capture and IBM’s Aspera FASPStream enabling high-quality streaming to remote production teams for near real-time editing and production over standard IP networks. Vantage now has direct integration with Avid Interplay, and enhanced support for growing files for MXF OP1A, Quicktime, and Telestream Intermediate Format (TIFO).

The following technology was on show at NAB NY: 

Lightspeed Live Stream, Lightspeed Live Capture & IneoQuest

Telestream is addressing the live, catch-up, and VOD space with a range of solutions that make it easier to monetise content from every angle. Telestream Lightspeed Live Stream and Lightspeed Live Capture and the IneoQuest ABR Headend, Edge and End-to-End monitoring solutions showcase the latest developments in high-end, enterprise-scale streaming solutions, including.

Lightspeed Live Stream

Lightspeed Live Stream

Altogether, these solutions enable organisations to stream any content to any audience, at any level of resolution, with assurance that it is meeting the highest quality standards.

​Timed Text Speech.

​Timed Text Speech.

Timed Text Speech

Timed Text Speech is Telestream’s new file-based auto-transcription service for subtitling and captioning workflows with MacCaption and CaptionMaker, using speech-to-text and artificial intelligence in the cloud. The latest version enables users to modify transcripts directly in the cloud from a web browser while the speech engine continues to process the rest of the video program, making captioning faster than ever before.


The latest version of Telestream’s live streaming production software, Wirecast version 8, will be on display featuring Rendezvous, a peer-to-peer remote conferencing and multi-site production



future that supports multiple simultaneous remote streams from any Internet-connected computer or smart device. Wirecast Gear, the pre-configured, turnkey portable live streaming and production system will also be on display.

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