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make.tv - The TV Production Van in Your Browser

make.tv brings live editing equipment into the cloud. It enables collaborative, decentral live production of shows. With interactive tools such as live polling and viewer participation, the make.tv Studio is a unique solution.
Cologne, Germany(2/27/2013) -

Los Angeles, CA (OPENPRESS) November 20, 2012 -- The German start up make.tv is a live video streaming service with a suite of powerful and collaborative live production tools. Using make.tv, everyone can create rich and interactive live shows with their computer and  a high speed internet connection. make.tv is a virtual broadcasting vehicle, delivering the complete studio and broadcast technologies needed to stream live events.

The make.tv studio accepts video inputs from any source and location that has internet access. Live video inputs can be mixed with assets from the make.tv library. Streaming video can also be enriched with on-screen design elements in the make.tv Studio. The audience can be engaged through interactive components such as make.tv’s voting and polling widgets. Audiences can also be engaged through chat, or even be invited to join in on the broadcast using their own live video feed. Since make.tv is entirely browser based, a production team can work together from decentralized locations and communicate right in the virtual studio.

make.tv’s newest additions around audience engagement are: The make.tv broadcaster app -- free in the iTunes and Android store -- enables anyone to stream live video from their iPhone or Android device to the make.tv studio. Using the make.tv app, participants in a live show can transform their phone’s video camera into a live streaming tool. In the make.tv studio, multiple live video streams can be edited together and broadcast as professional quality live video across the Internet.

The make.tv conference tool enables clients to create an organized and attractive live broadcasting microsite for free within minutes. The individual conference site includes a timetable of all live and on-demand shows, as well as a Twitter feed and background info. Live and on-demand video can be browsed -- via the schedule, tags or speakers -- and watched.


About make.tv:
make.tv is a Software as a Service (SaaS) company that offers cloud based, collaborative and interactive live broadcasting solutions. The versatile production software allows its clients to create multi-camera Live Streams adding pre-recorded media and even allow audience cameras. make.tv offers a web-based suite of applications for various aspects of a live production. The short video on the make.tv homepage further explains: http://make.tv/en/

make.tv / Streaming Media Technology GmbH
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