Channel Storm will be debuting the latest version of Live Channel Pro at Macworld this week. Live Channel Pro 2.0 is a broadcasting app designed to be a virtual live television studio contained entirely on a Mac. The new version features an improved interface and multi-source real time composting. According to Channel Storm:
Channel Storm, the creators of Live Channel software, the TV studio-in-a-box, are demonstrating version 2.0 of the product at MacWorld Expo in San Francisco. The new version adds a new dynamic interface, real-time compositing of multiple video sources, and the ability to not only stream live to the Internet, but now also broadcast directly to video.
Live Channel is the only Macintosh application that delivers all the tools and features needed to edit, produce and broadcast live video over the Internet, without the need for expensive and complex broadcasting hardware.
Live Channel 2.0is new dynamic interface now supports multiple windows for cueing up, inserting and switching multiple videos, audio, graphics and text overlays, including live camera feeds, pre-recorded and graphic source material.
You can now produce a broadcast with multiple live camera feeds and create various arrangements such as "split screens" and "picture-in-picture" effects. These effects can normally only be achieved with expensive professional solutions.
You can find more information about latest Live Channel Pro version at the Channel Storm Web site. Live Channel Pro is available for US$999.00.