You can stream live to your virtual video village, from one or multiple camera feeds. This allows stakeholders and department heads to watch what’s happening on set and provide real-time feedback, from anywhere in the world.
For direct capture with a single camera, connect your live feed to a supported capture card, then stream using the Evercast desktop app.
You can also route the camera output to a monitor to apply tools or LUTs, then into the capture device, to provide variations to your remote viewers.
For streaming with multiple cameras into the same room, connect your live feeds to a multi-input switching device. From there use a capture card and stream with the Evercast desktop app.
On many sets, multiple cameras are run to a distribution or switching system via SDI or HDMI, and sometimes via wireless systems like the Teradek Bolt. Video routers are controlled by the on-set DIT or VTR; camera feeds are then distributed to on-set monitors or video villages.
Some capture devices let you use the same computer for both distribution and capture. Alternately, multiple cameras can be run through a switchboard connected to a playback device, which is then streamed to an Evercast room. This allows stakeholders to preview footage before it’s broadcast.
If you are using the EBS software, you can stream multiple cameras into your room without needing a switching system.
If you need help with your specific setup, including live streaming, accurate color grading, or synced audio, our 24/7 Support Team is standing by! Contact Support