LIVE WIRELESS STREAMING WITH CEREVO LIVE SHELL




I recently had to help a friend get a live wireless stream. He needed something that would work with his ustream account so he purchased this cerevo live shell unit. It worked so well I decided to feature it.

High Quality with Simple Operation You will enjoy quick and easy operation by simply connecting the LiveShell to a camcorder via the included HDMI cable and turning the power on. You will experience broadcasting beautiful video and crystal clear audio from a high-end camcorder (sold separately)! Compared to a webcam, the video quality that you get from a camcorder is significantly higher. Stable Operation without PC Have you ever experienced difficulties because trouble occurred with a personal computer or streaming software when important live streaming is in progress? One of LiveShell’s selling points is the ability to do stable broadcasting for long periods of time. When using the included plug-in power adapter you will be able to stream video 24hours a day. Remote Operations from PC or Smartphone A dedicated control screen called the “Dashboard” is used for operating the LiveShell. All operations including volume control, video quality adjustment, recording start and stop, etc. can be done from a personal computer or a smartphone. The screen is easy to understand, and uses an intuitive touch operation. This remote operation is done via the Internet, so as long as you have a smartphone, you can go leave the streaming site. Rich Input Terminals In addition to the video and audio input from an HDMI, both line input (L/R) and microphone input (L/R) have been provided. Broadcasting can be done after doing mixing internally within LiveShell. An analog composite video input has also been provided so that old camcorders can be used as well. You can simultaneously connect with an HDMI cable and you will be able to switch to any video source from the ‘Dashboard’. Inserting still images into videos as well as inserting subtitles can also be done easily.

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