Wirecast
Wirecast
13.1.1

4.0

Wirecast free download for Mac

Wirecast

13.1.1
25 March 2020

Stream live from the desktop.

Overview

Wirecast lets you capture an unlimited number of input devices from live camera feeds, iOS cameras (coming soon), computer desktop, Web feeds, and more. Then add polish and professionalism to your broadcast with live switching, transitions, titles, lower thirds, and more. And finally, use the built in multiformat encoding capabilities and easily stream to integrated streaming services and CDNs.

What's new in Wirecast

Version 13.1.1:
New & improved:
  • Back by popular demand: our watermarked free trial (and removal of the 30-day time constraint), allowing you to leisurely evaluate the product on your own time schedule.
Fixed:
  • A crash that could occur when trying to download media from the integrated Stock Media Library.
  • Stinger Transitions on Windows - for some, it was not working.
  • An issue with Crossposting on Facebook pages.
  • The Text Background Color picker on the Text Properties Panel was momentarily missing its transparency option - it’s back.
  • Added a band-aid for a hang that could occur when clicking a shot in a project document.

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7 Wirecast Reviews

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Libertyforall1776
10 February 2014

Most helpful

5.0.1 is latest: http://dynamic.telestream.net/downloads/download-wirecast.asp?prodid=wirecast
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Version 5.0.0
Libertyforall1776
10 February 2014
5.0.1 is latest: http://dynamic.telestream.net/downloads/download-wirecast.asp?prodid=wirecast
Like (1)
Version 5.0.0
Tony-King
27 June 2010
I agree with most of these comments. If you reduced the initial cost to potential users and developed secondary revenue streams from developing add-ons, extentions and advanced professional features including third party creative enhancements you probaly would find a much bigger market undoubtly happy and satisfied because they are actually wedded-to and productively using your solution and benefiting from that use.
Like (4)
Version 3.5.8
1 answer(s)
Psychiatry
Psychiatry
28 October 2013
I think this software is meant for professionals who would not hesitate at the price. Professional video cameras cost $20,000 for the camera body plus$6000 for each lens. Thus this software is relatively cheap and worth its price. Try asking Adobe to reduce the cost of their Creative Suite. Since it is designed for professionals, Adobe is going to laugh at you.
Like (2)
Organik
13 June 2008
Tried it out, the software is great. Although if the price were $100 or less the market would be many many times larger. I won't pay more than $100.
Like (13)
Version 3.0.5
08nakamuram
23 November 2006
wow. i just found out how cool this software is! You can actually broad cast your self using different kinds of features! This is pretty cool; you can add backgrounds to your video and make it look as though you are in the forest...when your actually at home. This will definately allow a lot of users to start broadcasting and present something to the net. Reading the turtorial is probably the best idea of what to do first after you download wirecast or else you wouldnt get a THINg.
Like (2)
Version 3.0.1
Nomaden
26 February 2006
Wirecast is the best product in its field! It's actually revolutionizing live broadcasts - and it works from everyone from professionals to amateurs. And the price? Actually I find it pretty cheap if a compare it to crap like Live Channel and other software. Nomaden
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Version 2.6.1
Anonymous
17 October 2005
Wirecast rocks and is worth every penny. But, if you were actually in the market for something like this, you'd already know that.
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Version 2.5
Anonymous
05 May 2004
$599!!!!? WOW to expensive software despite that it's a VERY good one! reduce price and more will buy it!
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Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
05 May 2004
We've been in the market for a tool like this and there's nothing like it even close in price. The closest competitor is something like $900 (LiveChannel) on Macintosh and on Windows, the closest is over $600. So it's actually cheaper than anything else and gives us what we needed -- easy to use titles for our internal webcasts.
Like (2)
Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
09 November 2004
I don't think you understand. This product is so incredibly superior to QuickTime Broadcaster that for the pro broadcast market it is DIRT cheap.
Like (1)
Version 1.2
Claesm
Claesm
26 February 2006
I agree. We've bought a licence and it is an EXCELLENT piece of software well worth every cent.
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Version 2.6.1