BoinxTV production software has made a name for itself by letting small broadcasters turn their Macs into their own personal studio. (Read a review from StreamingMedia.com) The latest version, v1.6, adds a conference recording template that makes streaming conference sessions easier.
Called “your own personal broadcast truck—without the truck,” BoinxTV lets organizations record to disk, stream live, or project live video to a stage. It’s used for lectures, video podcasts, sports events, concerts, religious events, and more.
The new conference recording template includes layers for creating customizable opening credits, placing a source video in an area defined by four screen points, and automatic crawls. It also offers sidebar options and an iPhone demo layer.
With the new template, users can put a presentation for broadcast together in minutes, with no post-production required.
“The brand new conference recording template in BoinxTV 1.6 provides users with the inspiration to set up their own custom templates for live conference recording from their own personal studio – their Mac,” says Oliver Breidenbach, CEO of Boinx Software. “This most recent update makes the task of producing and broadcasting live events quicker and easier. Layers for introducing conference sessions, switching between multiple cameras, adding unique lower thirds, placing movies or clips into the background, adding sidebars to feature conference sponsors, and branding your broadcast with the all-important logo give broadcasts an especially creative and professional edge.”
This latest version also includes BoinxTV’s rendering engine for enhanced performance on multi-core, hyperthreading-based Macs. A fail-safe system ensures that, should your system crash, you won’t lose your footage.
BoinxTV costs $499 for a single license.