Evercast is a media collaboration platform that combines video conferencing and ultra high quality live streaming, so creative teams can work together on content development in real time - from anywhere in the world.
Feedback from project stakeholders is extremely important when it comes to meeting release dates and the overall quality of the final product. Instead of waiting for file reviews or in-person feedback, Evercast’s ultra low latency, HD live stream enables creative teams to work together and give instant feedback.
Evercast can stream anything: Avid, Premiere, DaVinci Resolve, Pro Tools, After Effects, live cameras from the set... literally anything. This is all accomplished without the need for specialized hardware. All you need is a computer.
Current use cases include:
Remote directors and producers working with editors in real time
VFX reviews and approvals
Music and sound production
Streaming on-set cameras
Emerging use cases include:
Set design reviews
Wardrobe design and selection reviews
Reviews subsequent to wrapping, but prior to release date (i.e. P&A planning/marketing reviews, translations, trailer reviews)
There is no limit to the number of participants who can be invited, but it is recommended that no more than 10 people attend a live Evercast session at the same time - from wherever they are - across town, or across the world.
No. You can choose to stream the software’s user interface, or just full screen video.
200ms, which is less than a blink of an eye.
Yes. If you are air-gapped, we specify a particular, readily available HDMI-to-USB 3.0, or SDI-to-USB 3.0 capture device so you can easily stream from a laptop.
Yes, Evercast has been approved by all major studios and major OTT video content providers.
Yes, Evercast enables you and all participants to draw, point, circle, and type on the screen for everyone in the virtual room to see.
Yes, you can record any session. Recordings are stored securely and privately in your room. When you play back a recording, you have extended functionality, like being able to choose which thumbnail you want to make full screen. Notes can be taken during recordings. When played back, each note is time-stamped to the referenced moment in the recording, eliminating the need to search for it.