VisStudio 1.5 Release Note
VisStudio 1.5 is released today!
1) Support HD 192*1080 23.98P 16:9, HD 192*1080 24P 16:9, and HD 192*1080 25P format.
2) Added streaming media function. H.264 hardware encoding based on GPU, real-time downscale for live streaming of RTMP protocol. VisStudio provides a variety of frame, stream processing, and rate control methods for users to choose regarding stream media, allow you to record H.264 live streaming as MP4 files for network-on-demand.
3) External control panel makes multi-channel switching, lower-third overlaying, and audio adjusting much easier.
4) VisVRSet — virtual set editor. Users can change the background as needed with VisVRSet, and edit the preset 3D objects in the virtual set, such as move, delete, or replace the table, TV, flowers, etc. Meantime, the 4 viewing modes (full shot, mid-shot, close shot, and feature) in virtual set can be customized and saved as template.
5) IVGA Audio is supported. Real-time transferring image and audio from iVGA client as a channel source in VisStudio.
6) Full screen function of original image is added to iVGA support. If the resolution of iVGA desktop is not in accordance with system format, check this option and the desktop will be previewed in full screen with black borders.
7) NLE interaction via XML file. XML file will be generated while switching so as to be imported to EDIUS and Premiere. Storyboard will be formed according to cut points for the convenience of further editing.
1) When there is insufficient space left in one disk, recording of all channels will stop before; but now only the recording of related channel stops.
2) Common operation in iVGA device causes dead halt of VisStudio easily.
3) When the project format is set as interlaced in VisStudio, chroma keying operation cannot be applied to remote device.
4) When iVGA channel is selected as PVW in VisStudio and CG1 and CG2 are overlaid, the PVW channel will be transparent.
5) The out-sync problem of XML video and audio: when frame-drop happens during program recording, the tracks of video and audio will be out of sync.