Pre-Made Solutions from Cattura, VDO360, and Stem Audio

2020 has been a difficult year for many different organizations, and we’ve been spending a lot of time talking to customers who have been under a lot of pressure to quickly find a recording and streaming solution that meets their needs. Over the last several months, we’ve spoken with a number of educational institutions looking... Continue Reading →

Making SSDs the Standard

For quite a while now, every single CaptureCast recorder that is shipped out to customers comes with 2TB of built in storage. That means CaptureCast users don’t have to worry about connecting additional external storage, and can offload media directly from the recorder’s internal storage over the network. Today, we’re happy to announce that effective... Continue Reading →

Expanding One Touch Device Support

Over the last year, our integration with the Elgato Stream Deck Mini  has proven very popular - but we always felt like it could have more features that the 6 buttons of the Mini simply could not support. While the Mini will still serve the needs of many customers, we have expanded our compatibility with... Continue Reading →

Using Hardware Lecture Capture at Home

For many instructors and lecturers there’s an enormous question looming over the entire Fall semester - how do you best serve your students when teaching from home? The emergence of COVID-19 required rapid change and even faster adaptation from teachers. How do you provide an experience as close as possible to the in-person learning experience... Continue Reading →

How to Best Use Capturecast Video Transcription

Here at Cattura Video, we’re always looking for new ways to push CaptureCast to new limits, and the latest way we’ve managed to do that is through direct transcription integration. Now, as soon as a capture is complete, you can send it out for either human or machine transcription. But what are the differences between... Continue Reading →

Now Supporting Panopto External Scheduling!

We’ve always prided ourselves on our extensive integration with Panopto, and now, we’re expanding that integration even further with the addition of full support for the Panopto Remote Recorder interface. This means that now you’ll be able to control and monitor everything about your Capturecast deployment right from the same Panopto interface you use to... Continue Reading →

Opencast & CaptureCast: New AWS Integration Aims To Help Schools Easily Deliver Video Lessons

We’ve always been proud to integrate with Opencast, one of the few fully open video distribution platforms, and today, we’re thrilled to announce that we’re not only deepening our integration through advanced lecture capture, but we’re also making Opencast itself easier for new schools to quickly get up and running. We have posted a simple... Continue Reading →

New Kaltura Integration Updates

CaptureCast announces two critical updates in version 5.1 for Kaltura customers. We've made the exchange between the CaptureCast hardware and the Kaltura API more secure, and we now offer the capability to sync scheduled webcasts along with video-on-demand recordings concurrently from the Kaltura scheduling service. Both these new updates drive more automation and security. Webcast... Continue Reading →

Announcing Lecture Capture Hardware Trade-In Program

Cattura Video, the classroom leader in rich media lecture recording and webcasting , has launched a new program that enables organizations with discontinued lecture capture systems to trade in their equipment for special discounts and free offerings. Organizations can take advantage of discounts towards new equipment, receive free premium support for one year, obtain a... Continue Reading →

Update for YouTube’s multi-camera & screen webcast switching

Cattura is excited to announce a new addition to our YouTube live streaming plugin, a direct multi-camera pass-through to YouTube’s camera switching live streaming player. Cattura users can live broadcast up to four independent 1080p streams into a single YouTube Live player allowing viewers to simply switch camera angles in real-time. This new feature allows... Continue Reading →

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