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Portable Video Mixers for Your Live Video Streaming Event from LiveStream Studio

Portable Video Mixers for Your Live Video Streaming Event from LiveStream Studio | Online Video Publishing |

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LiveStream, the web company that provides one of the best live video streaming services available, has recently announced a new line of portable live video production mixers and switchers which have been designed specifically for live video streaming of physical events.

The new live production switchers include the Livestream Studio™ HD50 ($ 6,999 SRP), HD900 ($ 14,999) and HD1700 ($ 24,999) and feature the following key specs:

  • HD Live Inputs: HD-SDI, HDMI, Analog and AES EBU Audio

  • HD Live Output: HD-SDI, HDMI, Analog and AES EBU Audio
  • Multi-view: Full field-rate multi-view to preview your cameras in real-time with audio level overlays

  • Live transitions: Fade, SMPTE Wipes

  • Live audio mixing and  monitoring: with support for embedded audio

  • Two Graphics & DVE: Overlay, transparency, dynamic text titling, live countdown, picture in picture

  • Two downstream keys (DSKs)

  • Record to full resolution Blackmagic Design® MJPEG AVI (100Mbps)

  • Two media players: Playback video clip files with automatic transition; built-in transcoder to import other formats such as MP4, QuickTime and  more
  • Built-in live streaming encoder: Enables one-click live streaming in HD multi-bitrate to Livestream or to YouTube™ Live, Ustream™, Akamai™, Wowza™  Media Server and any CDN or server that supports RTMP

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Real-Time Panoramic HD Video Streaming with the Panacast Camera

Robin Good: The PanaCast Experience is a new prototype video camera capable of a 200° field of view, live streaming, and with the integrated ability for each viewer to custom select dinamically his favorite point of view.

"In videoconferencing applications, the Panacast goes beyond a stationary, rectangular screen by providing a real-time panoramic view of the room and giving users the ability to pan and zoom the scene from their computer or mobile device."

"The PanaCast uses a system of six cameras to capture HD video at 60 frames per second, and a custom-developed video processor that synchronizes and stitches all the images in real time to create a single, 200-degree panoramic view of the room."

The Panacast camera itself runs an instance of the Linux operating system and features a dual-core ARM 11 processor.

"Altia’s server then uses a low-latency encoding process that allows you to stream the video over a cellular or Wi-Fi connection, unlike some videoconference systems that require dedicated bandwidth.

Remote participants can view video using the company’s Mac or Windows app or on their iPhone or Android devices.

On mobile devices, you can use familiar touch gestures, such as pinch-to-zoom and swiping left or right, to zoom in on notes written on a whiteboard or to pan over to a speaker on the other side of the room."


Check this review of the Panacast on GigaOM:

N.B.: The PanaCast does not have a built-in microphone.

The PanaCast apps are free, and there is no subscription fee for up to two simultaneous remote participants.

The Panacast camera is being crowd-funded through Kickstarter and it has already reached its funding goal much ahead of its deadline.

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Facebook Live Video Streaming from Your iPhone with Broadcast for Friends by Ustream

Facebook Live Video Streaming from Your iPhone with Broadcast for Friends by Ustream | Online Video Publishing |

Robin Good: Broadcast for Friends is a new video streaming app from Ustream which allows to send live video from your iPhone to your Facebook page.

From the Mashable review: "...Videos can be recorded using either the forward-facing or rear-facing camera on your phone, and there are a number of built-in filters — which can be changed while you film –- in order to give your video a distinctive look.

A free download, signing up for BFF simply requires you to authorize the app via Facebook, a natural move since your ultimate goal will of course to be to broadcast the video you record onto the social network.

...An Only Me, Friends, and Public option shows up before you start, letting you decide how your video is shared.

...Once you select a privacy setting there’s a 3-second countdown and then you’re streaming live.

...Videos are only saved to your Facebook profile if you choose to save them once you’re done filming.

...As you’re shooting your video, likes and comments you receive on your Facebook post are displayed in real time on your phone.

...Broadcast for Friends will be available soon for the iPhone. You can sign up on Ustream’s website to be notified when it goes live."


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Live Video Streaming Straight from Your GoPro: The Wi-Fi BacPac & Remote Combo Kit

Live Video Streaming Straight from Your GoPro: The Wi-Fi BacPac & Remote Combo Kit | Online Video Publishing |

Robin Good: While back in October '11 GoPro had already released a first option for the GoPro Hero 2 that allowed direct live video streaming over WiFi, now the company has made available a full WiFi Bacpac and WiFi Remote combo which provide some really unique additional features to these already excellent portable camcorders.

Here the key features offered in this kit:


-> Control up to 50 cameras a time from up to 600’/ 180m away with the Wi-Fi Remote

-> Enjoy full camera control, including ON/OFF, SHUTTER and SETTINGS control

-> LCD screen mirrors your camera’s status LCD screen

-> Attachment strap, key ring, and charging cable included

-> Waterproof to 10′/3m


-> Use your Smartphone or Tablet as a live video remote control

-> Enjoy convenient live video + photo preview and playback

-> Wi-Fi transfer your favorite videos and photos from your GoPro to your Smartphone or Tablet and share with friends

-> Use your Smartphone as a hotspot to live stream video and share photos + videos to the web


Live stream video or share photos and videos directly to the web from your GoPro, wherever you have a network connection

More info: 

on Amazon:  

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Go Live on Your Facebook Page with Evinar

Robin Good: Evinar is a new app that allows you to live stream your show, webinar, performance or event on your Facebook Page and to sell tickets for it. 

Key features include:

  • Moderated chat
  • Facebook comments integration
  • Transitions and animation effects
  • Analytics 

Here is how it works:

1. Create your show on Evinar 
Set the date, time and ticket price for your show.

2. Get The Word Out
Evinar let's you announce the show to all your fans worldwide in seconds.

3. Fans Buy Tickets
Your fans buy the tickets for your show online and you earn money right away.

4. Show Time
Do a soundcheck, get on the stage and perform to hundreds of waiting fans.


Try it out: 

Fabrizio Pucci's curator insight, December 2, 2012 1:57 PM

Spesso musicisti di jazz mi chiedono come utilizzare internet per aumentare la propria popolarità. Evinar è un'applicazione che può aiutare e quindi da provare!

Sempre più spesso avremo la possibilità di seguire in live streaming i concerti del nostro gruppo preferito: chi anticiperà i tempi non potrà che avere un notevole vantaggio e aumentare i propri fans!

Come sempre fra i musicisti italiani più attenti alle nuove possibilità Paolo Fresu che, il 18 dicembre, sarà protagonista di Jazzy Christmas: concerto in quintetto con ospite il bandoneonista Daniele Di Bonaventura. Il concerto sarà trasmesso grazie a Streamago: così, chi non potrà essere presente di persona al concerto, avrà la possibilità di ascoltarlo e vederlo in live streaming.

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Livecast on YouTube with Wirecast

Livecast on YouTube with Wirecast | Online Video Publishing |

From the official YouTube blog: "This new software is free for YouTube partners and allows you to produce and stream professional-looking live events directly to YouTube from your desktop.

It allows capture and switching between multiple video and audio sources, roll in of media files and images and add live effects and overlays.

If you’re enabled for livestreaming, you’ll see a link to download Wirecast for YouTube in your YouTube account."

More info: 

Learn more about YouTube Live at: 

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Professional Live Video Streaming By the Minute with

Professional Live Video Streaming By the Minute with | Online Video Publishing |

Robin Good's insight:

Camcada is a professional live video streaming service which allows you to broadcast live video from most any webcam, camcorder or IP camera and deliver it to a maximum of 2000 concurrent viewers.

Professionals and organizations can use Camcada also to charge for  viewers to attend, and the video player interface can be fully customized  and branded with your company logo.

The live stream video player can be embedded on any site.

Here is my full list of key features:

  • Stream from your webcam, professional camera or IP/surveillance cameras for up to 2000 concurrent viewers

  • Support for streaming multiple concurrent events

  • Monetize your content by charging viewers and keep 90% of what you charge (Pro plan)

  • Embed the video to your website or customize our player page,

  • Brand and customize your channel / player (Pro plan)

  • Direct support for Adobe Flash Encoder and other streaming encoders

  • Supports multi bit-rate streaming

  • Supports secure - protected streaming via password

  • Live viewer stats

  • Support for all modern mobile devices including iOS, Android and BlackBerry

  • Get email, forum and multi-channel customer support

  • Pay by the amount of time you stream

N.B.: To live stream, you will need a software encoder, like the immediately downloadable Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder or Tricaster.

Free trial available (unlimited use for up to five concurrent users).


Pricing info:

What you need to know:

More info & try-out:

(Image credit - cameraman concert - Shutterstock)

Camcada's comment, March 13, 2013 4:22 PM
Thank you for a great review! In next weeks new features will be available, i.g. pay-by-view, recording etc. If you will have any questions or ideas how to make our service better, please contact us at :o)
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Live Video Streaming: Browser-Based Video Encoding with NanoCosmos

Live Video Streaming: Browser-Based Video Encoding with NanoCosmos | Online Video Publishing |

Robin Good: If you are interested in new tools and technologies in the live video streaming space, you probably want to bookmark this German company, dedicated entirely to the development of professional software codecs: NanoCosmos.

Their newest product, nanoStream 3.0 contains many new features, a new SDK and Web Plugins for Windows and MacOS.

In particular, "the new multi-encoder streaming function allows parallel live encoding and streaming with multiple video formats and quality levels at the same time.

You can even record video in Full HD to H.264/MP4 or MPEG files, in different quality video streams."

Check their live video streaming solutions here: 

Here is a feature comparison with the Flash Media LE:

PDF brochure:

More info about the live video streaming browser plugin:

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Live Video Screencasting On YouTube via Google+

Paul Colligan demonstrates how you can screencast LIVE on YouTube using Google Plus and the screen sharing feature in the Google.


Via Baiba Svenca, Alex Briscese
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Google Hangouts On-Air Is Live: Check Your Account

Google Hangouts On-Air Is Live: Check Your Account | Online Video Publishing |

Robin Good: Google Hangouts On-Air is finally live and accessible inside my Google + account.

You can check whether you can now live stream from Google+ and YouTube by logging in inside your G+ account and creating a new hangout. If you see the checkmark allowing you to activate the "on-air" feature, you are all set.

Find out now: 

For a full comprehensive guide on how to use Google Hangouts On-Air, please check out this one: 

Gianluca Orrico's comment, May 23, 2012 3:56 AM
thanks robin, but in italy the option there isn't. Do you know something?
Robin Good's comment, May 23, 2012 4:08 AM
Hi Gianluca, also in Italy is available eccome! Maybe it is not yet active in your account but it will be soon.
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Live Video Streaming: Google Hangouts On-Air Now Available for All

From the official announcement: "Today we're excited to launch Hangouts On Air to Google+ users worldwide. So if you have something to say—as an aspiring artist, a global celebrity, or a concerned citizen—you can now go live in front of a global audience.

With just a few clicks, you’ll be able to:
Broadcast publicly. By checking "Enable Hangouts On Air," you can broadcast your live hangout—from the Google+ stream, your YouTube channel or your website—to the entire world.

See how many viewers you’ve got. During your broadcast, you can look inside the hangout to see how many people are watching live.

Record and re-share. Once you're off the air, we’ll upload a public recording to your YouTube channel, and to your original Google+ post. This way it's easy to share and discuss your broadcast after it's over.

Of course, launching millions of live stations takes some doing, so we're rolling out Hangouts On Air gradually, over the next few weeks."

Official announcement: 

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Live Video Stream From Anywhere Without a Computer: Livestream Broadcaster

Live Video Stream From Anywhere Without a Computer: Livestream Broadcaster | Online Video Publishing |

Robin Good: This is HOT for anyone wanting to live video stream from just about any location without needing to carry a computer to do so.

This new small red box does everything you need to encode in real-time the HDMI output of your camcorder and to stream it live (up to 2.3Mbps) to the new Livestream video service.

Livestream Broadcaster supports 3G/4G, WiFi and Ethernet direct connections and it will shortly announce a number of selected telecom providers in the US and Europe that will be compatible with this system.

The red box costs $495 for the firsth three months and then $45/mo thereafter and it will be be available from the end of May in the US and Europe. 

Check this short review and video: 

Tech specs: 


More info: 

(Thanks to Alex Briscese for having caught this gem)

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