Friday, March 19, 2010
Our new encoder can also be started on mobile devices that support flash 10.1 -like Googles "Nexus One" Android mobile- offering the possibility for a live broadcast from almost everywhere. For the link to the make.tv live encoder see "encoding tools" on your channel page.
It's rather simple to produce a live show this way. Just press the red "send button" located next to the chat-icon in the player. Select your camera and your microphone, choose a name for the show and click on "start show" and you're on the air.
During your show your player gives information about the number of viewers and the length of the show. By opening the chat window, you can communicate with your audience. To stop broadcasting, just press the "stop show" button. It's as easy as that ;)
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
The preview section provides a live control of the state of your show and your current broadcasting scene. In the lower part of the show control window you can find information about the number of viewers and the duration of your show as well as the amount broadcasting minutes of your channel that you've already used.
For specific setups the "make.tv simple-show-control" offers a perfect, resource-saving alternative to the make.tv studio. Needless to say that you can additionally start the make.tv studio within a running show for the realization or preparation of a more difficult set up like scene within a scene transmission. All make.tv tools are automatically synchronized with each other offering the possibility of a decentralized production from different locations.
March update: New tools on make.tv – Some simplifications in the usability: live encoder, simple-show-control and broadcasting via the make.tv player
You’re a professional producer and you just want to publish an already completely produced signal online?
You simply want to broadcast via your mobile phone or netbook without further ado – but you do have exact ideas and requirements to your stream?
Of course you may as well use all make.tv tools in combination with each other or with the make.tv studio. You decide which tool suits your purpose best. Give it a try!