Wirecast 7 Launches!

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It’s Finally Here

We know you’ve all been waiting for it. The wait is over. Wirecast 7 has officially launched, and we couldn’t be happier with it. With an incredible array of new features, improvements and updates, this is the most powerful, highest-performing version of Wirecast we’ve ever released.

Some of the highlights include:

Better, faster performance

  • GPU-Accelerated encoding for better performance and less CPU usage
  • Improved CPU utilization for smoother, faster streams
  • Graphical Output Statistics to see the health of your stream

More powerful, streamlined production capabilities

  • High resolution ISO recording & replay for recordings of your individual (isolated) sources
  • Updated, streamlined User Interface with dynamic editing for streamlined access and more control
  • Scroll or display text from a file, an RSS feed or simply typed, into all your broadcasts
  • Redesigned Audio Mixer for greater control over all your audio sources
  • Audio Monitor/mix minus for removing audio from monitoring
  • Global Hotkey Manager to create hotkeys for all your most-used features
  • Color Correction for fine-tune control over the brightness, contrast, gamma, hue and saturation of any source
  • Video Sync to delay incoming video sources for better A/V syncing
  • Solid Color Generator creates colors for use as a background, or in lower thirds
  • Redesigned Screen Capture to bring in your computer screen
  • System Audio capture to pull in audio from your computer
  • Audio Playout Device Selection for more precise audio monitoring

For a complete list of changes, check out our What’s New page.

Wirecast 7 is a paid upgrade. Check it out before you buy it —  download the free, completely functional trial version from our website

 

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