New York, NY – In June 2015, Kalman Venczel launched a Kickstarter campaign that raised $6,837 for Cameleon, a new and easy way to stream live video to YouTube. On June 6 2016, the team returned Kickstarter to raise money for Cameleon 2.0, an upgrade that will let you post videos to both Youtube and Facebook Live!
“Cameleon was created for one reason, making Live Broadcasting available to everyone, without the need for any technical knowledge,” the creator explains, “During the past two years, we simplified posting (and sharing) live videos to YouTube with a simple button click. With Cameleon 2.0 we’re doing the same for Facebook Live.”
With Chameleon 2.0 you can broadcast live video to the world from any camera, laptop or smartphone. This is great for any company that uses social media since it gives them a chance to connect with customers in real time. It’s also great for anyone who wants to share live video with their friends and family. It’s also completely free!
Cameleon 2.0 is an upgrade that uses a new kind of media-server to take advantage of your device’s own resources – no more need for the cloud. This version lets you stream in HD, with a high frame-rate and two-way sound. Cameleon brings you all the bells and whistles of complex live streaming solutions, only simpler and without compromises.
“Easy, simple and extremely powerful. Cameleon is the absolute must-have for everyone working with social media,” says Venczel, “It saves you a tremendous amount of time and has more features than you’ll ever need.”
In exchange for pledging to the project, backers can gain access to a variety of rewards including the opportunity to become a beta tester for Android or iPhone for $5, Facebook Live early access for $10, and more. Backers can also pledge $50 for full early access to the Cameleon 2.0 apps in July or August.
For more information, please visit the Kickstarter page here or contact the creator below.
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Company Name: Cameleon 2.0
Contact Person: Kalman Venczel
Country: United States