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NewTek Introduces Compact Multimedia Studio

NewTek™ today unveiled the TriCaster Mini™ compact multimedia studio.
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NewTek™ today unveiled the TriCaster Mini™ compact multimedia studio. The portable system allows users to produce multimedia content that looks like network-style TV and stream them live, publish to social media or upload to a website from the office, an event, or any location with an Internet connection.

Creative tools that come standard with TriCaster Mini include:

  • Mix different visual sources
  • Overlay logos, presentations, charts, titles, media files, animations
  • Import your own branding elements and have them appear in transitions and animation
  • Incorporate a slideshow, web-pages from another computer
  • Replace solid backgrounds with a simulated environment
  • Webcast programs on a live video stream
  • Post clips to YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, your web site
  • Have guest speakers call in from their webcams
  • Record the program so people can watch it on-demand
  • Record all camera footage simultaneously so you can edit the program
  • Make keyboard shortcuts for sophisticated sequences with one touch

TriCaster Mini, including the integrated display screen and system storage capable of recording approximately 45 hours of footage, is available immediately for $7,995 USMSRP. TriCaster Mini is also available without the integrated display screen and system storage capable of recording approximately 15 hours of footage for $5,995 USMSRP.

International pricing will vary.

For more information on all NewTek products, visit www.newtek.com.

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