NYC, New York – December 5th, 2016 Paul Richards, Chief Streaming Officer for PTZOptics interviewed, Philippe Laurent, CEO of EasyLive on a livestream available on YouTube and Facebook. Laurent and his team have brought the power of video production into the cloud to serve the ever growing live streaming market! Built from the ground up as a cloud based application, EasyLive allows teams from around the world to easily access the same live video production interface and collaborate in real time. This live show, available on-demand below, was hosted with YouTube Live, part of the a broadcast industry interview series streamed live by PTZOptics Fridays at 11AM PST and 2PM EST.
“It’s amazing what can be done in the cloud these days” says, Richards during the YouTube Live interview “Video production in the cloud is a powerful thing but what exactly will this enable the industry to do?”. Laurent replies live on the show “The ultimate flexibility for creative teams and reliability for cloud based redundancy. One of the main issues EasyLive solves for high end live streams, is live fall back security for the entire stream.” This and more is all explained in our live stream. Don’t miss the original show if you missed it here below along with a post show Q&A from the YouTube chatroom.
Our final interview on cloud based video production with Philippe Laurent CEO of GoEasyLive, follows four additional interviews from the industry including: CEO of vMix Martin Sinclair, CEO of NewTek Andrew Cross, Mark Gilbert CIO of NDI.Cloud and John Landmand of Teradek. Laurent is one of the pioneers of online video editing and production and his EasyLive product is a much anticipated “Cloud Video Editing Tool” made to make live streaming easy. The idea is simple. Capture live video from anywhere in the world, stream it to the cloud and send it anywhere you want. Eventually, this will be the future of live video production and an extension of existing hardware based live broadcasting systems.
Currently GoEasyLive’s pricing is based off of a monthly/yearly subscription and a per minute charge. So while they do offer a low start-up cost, heavy users can may save money with a dedicated on-premise system. Check out the PTZOptics Daily VLOG for a exclusive pricing comparison that shows estimated pricing versus the up-front costs of vMix, TeraDek Core, WireCast and a NewTek TriCaster mini.
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