Livestreaming - as easy as a phone call
miniCASTER® to be workshop live encoding partner at niche11
The keynote and some selected workshops will be broadcasted live on June 4. miniCASTER® will encode the camera signal and deliver an H.264 Livestream via TV1.EUs Content Delivery Network (CDN) . The live stream is going to be available on the website of niche11 and it's Facebook account. The recordeded stream will also be published as an on-demand version after the conference.
Norbert Gierlich is responsible for miniCASTER®s marketing and will host the session "Live Streaming - as easy as a phone call". He is going to introduce the audience to the miniCASTER® functionalities also as the different types of devices, broadcast scenarios and certified and compatible live streaming platforms. The brain behind the world's first H.264 encoder, Michael Westphal, CEO of TV1.EU, will be at Norbert's side at this workshop. All participants on site will be able to test the functionality of the pocket-sized miniCASTER® and are invited to discuss their experiences subsequently with the miniCASTER® Team.
Michael Westphal: "Thousands of bloggers and podcasters are broadcasting to a wide audience every day and would like to create their own live web tv show. Therfore we have designed miniCASTER®, a device that's easy to use, fits in any pocket and enables you to stream on a professional level at very low cost. We are delighted to support the niche11 and to show the miniCASTER ® and are very much looking forward to the Q&A Input. "
The niche11 as "Podcamp Munich" will present 18 sessions for design, production, distribution, promotion and marketing of audiovisual media. All entrants of Nouveau Niche Media are producers of podcasts, web videos and video blogs who are actively participated in the congress. For further information: www.niche11.de
The miniCASTER® is a truly mobile hardware based H.264 encoder that connects to the internet via LAN, cellular or WIFI and converts video signals from a prosumer camcorder and / or a professional camera into one SD and one HD livestream at the same time. While streaming live miniCASTER® does also record the stream as back-up file while making livestreaming as easy as a phone call. The device runs on an own on-board battery and can be operated without being. The generated H.264 codec is favored by companies such as Apple, but also many TV stations and online platforms such as Youtube. So all PC / MAC-users who watch their videos in a flash player, but also users of mobile devices like iPhone and iPad, can be reached. Further Infos: www.minicaster.com