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Digital media tools and workflow production solutions provider Telestream has announced the latest version of Wirecast live streaming and production software for Mac and Windows.
Telestream Wirecast 11March2019
The new version includes support for a built-in stock media library containing a growing database of over 500,000 unique, high-quality media assets. It also includes updates to the popular Rendezvous peer-to-peer remote conferencing and multi-site production feature.

For customers with active support subscriptions, a new custom-built portal gives direct access to royalty-free transitions, motion backgrounds, audio backing tracks, and videos from within the Wirecast interface. Previously, digital media files such as motion graphics would need to be purchased or created separately. For the first time says Telestream, the stock media library is part of the standard Wirecast support subscription which also gives users access to new versions and new features as they are developed.

Users can find moving backgrounds when using chroma keyed content, add backing audio tracks to intros, outros, or even during an event. Telestream says that new templates for titles, and high-quality stock video footage can be found for any stream theme, and custom transitions can be utilized directly from Wirecast transition bins.

“We’re excited that Wirecast is first to market with a comprehensive stock media library to make it faster and easier than ever before to create professional broadcast looks and backgrounds that help attract and retain viewers,” said Scott Murray, VP of product management, Telestream. “Having direct integration of high-quality graphics and audio within Wirecast saves a lot of time and encourages users to take their productions to the next level.”