The path to high-quality video can be challenging when you’re diving into live production or figuring out how to stream live shows on a budget. Meet the all-in-one, multi-camera video production solution that’s simple and affordable enough for anyone with limited funds.

TriCaster 40 lets professionals and novices alike create streaming television, or air broadcast-quality video on the Web and mobile devices―quickly and easily. For television stations, schools, offices, and production startups that don't have access to an SDI infrastructure, TriCaster 40 is a simple solution for creating real-time productions of events and shows and streaming truly professional video programs to the Web. Just plug in cameras and audio, and start creating.

TRICASTER 40 FEATURES

INTEGRATED / COST-EFFICIENCY

All-in-one Live Production.

Mix cameras, video, graphics, audio, titles, network sources and now, even custom animated effects. No other hardware required.

Travel Size.

Whether across campus or across town, the portable TriCaster fits anywhere you have a tabletop or A/V cart.

Fast Setup. Easy to Use.

Just plug in, power on, and you’re up and running with your very own show in no time.

On-budget HD.

The same formats used in broadcast television, with video connections that let you use HD cameras in your price range.

Web-ready.

Choppy, grainy online video is a thing of the past. Go HD directly to the Web with one-button live streaming.

Television-style Sets and Backgrounds.

Turn even the tiniest production space into a lifelike virtual studio with real-time moving backgrounds.

Creative Tools.

Transitions. Animated effects. Full-screen graphics. Titles. Picture-in-picture. Customize your show with network-quality design.

Tour the TriCaster Interface.

See how easy our all-in-one video studio is to learn and operate—all on your own.

TECH DOCUMENTS

Tricaster 40 at a Glance

TriCaster 40 Legacy Comparison

TriCaster 40 User Guide

Tricaster - Feature Comparrison

TriCaster - Specs Comparison

REVIEWS

AVTechnology-April2013

Creative Planet Network