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Quad Monitor Support

Now in all professional TriCaster models
Drive two additional VGA monitors or projectors, with advanced scaling and frame-rate processing. Each display port supports an independently selectable output signal, increasing flexibility for multi-screen monitoring and output.

Custom Multi-View Layout

Now in all professional TriCaster models
Multi-view displays are now fully configurable, with sources and overlays selectable per viewport, enabling more flexible monitoring and allowing the operator to customize the workspace according to preference.

Output Selections

Secondary output channels now support expanded source selections. Choose to follow either of the primary outputs, or select any internal or external video source – with full frame-rate, color space and scaler – for more flexible output configuration.

Export Active Recordings

Export active ISO recordings to local storage or FTP while recording is in progress—and let postproduction staff begin working with recorded content as soon as the program begins to reduce turnaround time.

Queue Active Recordings

Add local or shared ISO recordings to DDR playlists and the Publish queue while recording is in progress. Trim, playback or export even as recording and live production continues for instantaneous access to content being captured – locally or remotely – for playback, publishing or postproduction.

Network Tally Display

TriCaster intelligently detects connections between replay channels and network inputs, providing automatic tally configuration for TriCaster-3Play workflows and reducing the risk of mistakes happening on air.


Advanced Rendering Engine

Optimized processing for image sampling, downscaling and warping results in higher-quality video images and even cleaner, better-looking video.

Photoshop Blending Modes

Combine mix/effect layers using any of the standard Adobe Photoshop blending modes for more sophisticated layering and compositing, new visual effects opportunities and higher production value.


Replay Functionality

Create basic highlight clips for instant playback and publishing with shortcut commands that insert the last 4 seconds of program output into your choice of DDR playlists, the Publish queue, or both—and expand your content-creation opportunities with no additional effort.

TW Controller Clip Marking

Clip marking with the TW controller now occurs on a continuously recording clip with adjustable In and Out points, rather than the TW controller starting and stopping recording to create clips with fixed In and Out points. This means the system retains full ISO recording functionality on all channels, even with TW controller in the workflow, extending playback control in single-channel replay workflows.

Automatic Media Retrieval

TriCaster now automatically locates and populates session media, even when drive settings have changed—saving valuable time spent searching for missing media and rebuilding sessions, and lessening the burden on operators to maintain a large volume and assortment of assets.


Multi-Format ISO Recording

Now in all professional TriCaster models
Record multiple channels of video direct to disk with independently selectable file format on all channels, and effectively eliminate racks of recording and transcoding equipment. Capture multiple versions of program output simultaneously or retain multi-camera source footage for archive or post-production use.

Frame-Synchronized ISO Recording

Synchronizes frames of recorded signals to internal switcher timing, so you can ensure frame accuracy between ISO recordings – with or without camera genlock.




Media Browser

Media Browser now includes a Session Recordings category, so operators can readily locate and identify session recordings, including those that are currently in progress. Actively recording clips are also identified with a Record symbol overlay for increased visibility.

Clip Thumbnails

For faster navigation, organization and file management, you can choose the thumbnail image that represents a clip in DDRs and the Media Browser, including distinctive, individual thumbnail images for duplicate clips.

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