Broadcast Bridge New Features: Native App
New native app
Version 1 of Broadcast Bridge required some serious dev know-how to get up and running, but that has all changed now that there is a desktop app for Broadcast Bridge. 🪄
Available across all operating systems
With v2, we now have MacOS, Windows and Linux applications available. And they’re code-signed with the relevant authorities so that they don’t give you that annoying pop up telling you to be careful and trying to dissuade you from running the application. 🙌🙌🙌
Easy to get started
We’ve got a lot of plans for the native app’s capabilities but, at the very core, now the app is available, it means a user can simply log in rather than having a complicated set up process. Everything is still controlled via our web interface. In the browser, you can set up a ‘room’ for your streaming session, and link the room to the app running on your machine to manage all your media inputs. ✨
Choose your output type
Whether it’s NDI outputs you want, or via SDI or HDMI with an AJA or Decklink card, simply select the desired output type for each stream inside a room, and Broadcast Bridge will magically link your stream with your chosen format(s) without needing to monitor multiple applications in multiple windows 🤩
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Everycast Labs team
(written by Dan Jenkins and Ellie Robinson)