Telestream announces new integration with Blackmagic Design for program feed output from Wirecast

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Telestream®, announced the integration of Blackmagic Design’s Intensity and DeckLink high performance capture and playback devices with Wirecast Pro 5. This integration allows users to take a live Wirecast program feed and capture it to a Blackmagic Design product, for use in editing, effects or other broadcast design workflows. This enables even more flexible live streaming production workflows.

“Our customers have asked for a way to take an SDI program feed directly out of Wirecast,” said Filippa Hasselstrom, director of desktop product marketing at Telestream. “We are pleased to announce this can now be accomplished as a result of the integration with Blackmagic Design using the Wirecast 5 Output SDK.”

“It’s very exciting to see Blackmagic Design’s desktop video products integrated with Wirecast,” said Grant Petty, CEO, Blackmagic Design. “Using Wirecast with Blackmagic’s DeckLink and Intensity products will give customers a high performance, seamless SDI streaming workflow.”

Integration with DeckLink and Intensity products was enabled by Wirecast’s new Output SDK, which was introduced with the release of Wirecast 5. This SDK provides hardware manufacturers the ability to easily integrate their products directly with Wirecast. For more information on the Wirecast Output SDK, contact partners@telestream.net


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