The new technology from Google called Wirecast enables users to cast audio from almost any internet enabled device to their personal computer or laptop, mobile device or television. The new technology requires little technical skill and can be very inexpensive. The old technology required high-end graphic cards and was very restrictive for recording purposes. Since many users record from mobile devices or use their personal computers as a television screen, the old system did not allow users to share recorded media.
Users can create and upload videos directly from their computer to an online player such as YouTube using a standard web browser or an Adobe Flash application. The software uses an encrypted session, so it's secure and private. After uploading the file, users can preview the video in real time via a WebRTC compliant browser on their smartphone, tablet or personal computer. From there, they can select to stream the file publicly or privately. Both options have similar benefits including the ability to stream live and delayed audio streams. In order to use the Wirecast system, users must have an internet connection that has been enabled for VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) service.
Google's Wirecast does not require any special equipment or software to operate, which makes it perfect for a small business or individual. With the innovative technology, individuals can easily record anything and share it with anyone, anywhere. With this newest technology in home video streaming production software, you will be able to turn your computer into a convenient portable recording studio. You can also use the Wirecast system to preview captured live or delayed audio streams and share them using popular social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter. Wirecast is a great investment for individuals who need affordable, easy to use and powerful home live streaming production software.