Teradek and Singular show dynamic graphic overlays at NAB New York

Teradek and Singular have announced a partnership to bring professional graphic overlays to live streamers around the world. The new feature-set will be integrated into Teradek’s Core.

Creating interactive live graphics quickly and easily is the promise coming from Teradek and Singular. Teradek is demonstrating the result of their association at NAB New York.

Teradek brings dynamic graphic overlays to the cloud with Singular, creating the conditions for live streamers around the world to have access to the same capabilities of professional broadcast solutions without the expense or complexity. Developed by industry experts, Singular aims to allow anyone to create interactive live graphics quickly and easily, and the new partnership and the integration into Core Teradek’s cloud-based management and production platform, means live streamers will be able to make their content look more compelling and professional, with lower-thirds, scoreboards, tickers, bugs, and more.

Graphics for a better viewing experience

“We see so many companies claim that they’ve made live streaming simple, but the truth of the matter is that it’s already commonplace and incredibly easy to do,” said Michael Gailing, VP Product for Live Streaming and IP Video at Teradek. “What content creators really want is to offer compelling live experiences and to drive engagement, which is why we’re integrating with Singular. With attractive graphics, a typical single camera live stream can be transformed into a captivating production that results in increased viewer retention and an overall better viewing experience.”

Teradek’s Core is a cloud-based suite of IP video management tools for broadcasters, production companies, and live streamers. Among its many features, Core specializes in remote codec management, digital video routing, transcoding, multi-platform delivery, and network bonding. Core is compatible with Teradek’s Cube, Bond, Slice, T-Rax, and VidiU Go codecs, as well as 3rd party encoders and decoders.




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