Capture Streaming Video Software

By: Mel Joelle


Streaming video continues to emerge as a mainstream technology that allows for widespread distribution of audio and visual material. As a result of high speed network bandwidth, faster computers and more sophisticated capture applications, businesses and individuals have embraced video streaming as a way to efficiently reach audiences on a global scale.



Video Capture Technology



When a source streams video content, the material is sent downstream through a server application where it can be reconstituted and displayed in real-time through a separate client application. After a video file has been downloaded and viewed, it is no longer physically stored on the user’s computer.



Video and audio capture is the process of using a combination of hardware and software to retrieve the stream and save it for later viewing and modification. Commercial video capture editing programs include features which allow the user to save video files in streaming formats through integrated conversion capabilities. This provides an editor with the capacity to easily manipulate video material and quickly evaluate the results before transferring files between different programs. Such a process is more capably done using broadcast software such as The HD Wave, which allows the user to stream broadcasts from a channel. In conjunction with the software from Eye Partner, TikiLIVE, broadcast streaming can be performed at an optimum level.



Another function of capture software is to allow the operator to highlight various sections of the video source material and save them to specific files. Once captured, streaming video can then be moved into different editing tools and continuously modified, manipulated and polished into presentation form, which can be facilitated using The HD Wave.



Working with Streaming Video



There are various options that are available when saving a video stream that will ultimately affect the quality and accessibility of the material. Among these include the codec, the size of the image, and the number of frames per second. Larger images and faster frame rates consume significant bandwidth and require superior data transfer speeds. Using The HD Wave, up to 60 frames per second can be streamed in HD. It is important to recognize how audiences will be connecting to the internet so that the capture, edit and format process can be adjusted accordingly. Once the connections have been made, TikiLIVE can provide quality broadcast streaming for any live stream.



In particular, the codec format involves disassembling parts of the video image and replacing them with instructions that relate to reconstituting the source material. It is important that the viewer has a codec that is compatible with the format used by the editor, or the material will not play properly. The operator should always choose a well supported codec to reach the largest possible audience without requiring viewers to download additional formats.



Video Capture Packages



Providing a complete service for live broadcasting, you will surely find everything you need and more with Eyepartner’s TikiLIVE. This video streaming software offers all of the necessary tools for producing and managing Live HD streaming content that can be streamed from your very own TikiLIVE channel. Seems like something you may be interested in? Contact Eyepartner at [email protected] to get started with TikiLIVE today!

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