|Item Weight||22 pounds|
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NewTek TriCaster Studio Live Production with Switcher, Titler & Keyer
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- Live Production: The Tricaster offers 3 standard composite and Y/C camera input connections along with Mic and standard audio inputs to actualize a three camera live production. The output can be recorded, presented or streamed.
- Live Internet Streaming: Internet or intranet streaming is accomplished using the same input as live productions and outputting through an Internet connection. The GUI offers an easy set up with an IP address for easy user access and viewing.
- Professional Titling: An internal titler allows the user to create titles of many sizes, colors and styles; the titles can roll, crawl or utilize a special effect. Titles can be stored and recalled for user convenience.
- Media Editing: Media can be captured and edited into a clip for roll in capability.
- File Formats Video: DV, AVI, WMV, MPEG-1, Images: png, bmp, jpg, tga, psd, Audio: wav, mp3
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The NewTek TriCaster Live Production Studio is a live switcher, titler, media streamer, media capture device and media storage device all in one. This device comes in a very manageable housing with keyboard, mouse and some cables. It can be used to create a three camera shoot with roll-in video, titles and special effects then stream it as live media through a network connection. Standard video outputs allow a live shoot to be recorded to tape, disk or presented to a large DLP, Projector, or monitor.
Top Customer Reviews
In addition to studio use we do remote productions including an upcoming 4th of July parade. In the past we have taken several cases of equipment that can be not only eliminated by the Tricaster, but our production value in the field just went through the roof.
Our three main outputs are to our cable access channel, authoring DVDs, and web streaming. All of which are done in standard definition. This particular unit is SD and allows us to continue to use our cameras and other devices easily. We have no plans to move to High Def in the next few years at least as the limitation of our cable channel does not support HD. Tricaster is moving ever forward and most of their equipment is HD, in our case we were actually looking for standard def, and this pushes us up to the sky in possibilities. We haven't even touched on so many features such as virtual sets; this brings excitement back into production.
I won't buy another NewTek unit. I will look for hardware based solutions that don't rely on a computer operating system. Our systems were only used once a week for church services. I need something more reliable. A unit that will turn on and function without fail week after week.