BoxCast and Wirecast have teamed up to allow you to stream directly to BoxCast using Wirecast's video production software. This integration allows you to use Wirecast's impressive production tools with BoxCast's robust streaming platform.
BoxCast is ranked #30 on the Plain Dealer / cleveland.com list of 2018 Top Workplaces in Northeast Ohio in the category of small companies.
BoxCast made the list in it's first year of eligibility, after passing the minimum team size to qualify for the rankings.
The inclusion on this year's list is a validation of what we already know: An incredible team, strong company values, and fast-paced growth make BoxCast a great place to go to work everyday.
We know that streaming video content live is valuable to viewers who are unable to attend an event in person. However, in many cases, the archives of those broadcasts can be just as important for viewers as the live video.
For that reason, it's important to consider where your archived broadcasts will be available for on-demand playback and how you’re going to get them there.
Because BoxCast uses the BoxCaster to encode video, there's no need to purchase an additional computer to stream. While setups may vary by case, here's the most basic way to integrate ProPresenter and BoxCast to stream high production video using these two powerful tools.
If your organization is thinking about live streaming its events, one of the first questions that will undoubtedly come up is “So, how much does it cost?”
Let's break it down. This post will outline three main factors to consider when determining your budget.