Singular Web Output
Singular.live provides a simple mechanism to use your overlays in a number of workflow scenarios via the Web Output. The Web Output is a URL that is assigned to a Control Application and displays the actual overlay. The URL can be accessed in the “Share” menu of the the Control Application. Typically, a user would Copy/Paste this into one of the programs listed below.
Because Singular is a native cloud application, the Web Output can be controlled regardless of where the Control Application resides. Overlays will display in a fraction of a second regardless of the operator location. For more information on remote operations, click here.
Web Output Destinations
Singular Web Outputs can be used in 6 general locations: Cloud Production Software, Desktop Production Software & Appliances, NDI, SDI, Post Rendering and HTML Players.
The copied web output can be used in a variety of different cloud production software that supports browser URLs. These options range from professional broadcast solutions, to basic streaming options. The capabilities of these cloud options vary greatly from simple distribution to live production and editing. A few on these options are listed below:
- Suitcase TV
- Pebble Beach
- Sony Virtual Production
- TVU Networks
- Qvest Cloud
Click here to visit our Cloud Production Software tutorials.
For more information on Recast, click here.
Singular just added Reframe in the latest release which allows Singular Overlays to be rendered to a sequence of RGBA .pngs. These files can be integrated in to partner programs for editorial and post production purposes.
For more information on Singular Reframe, contact us at email@example.com.
One of the most exciting aspects of Singular is that you can render directly on end viewers devices. This is accomplished via embedding the Singular Overlay within the HTML video player. Rendering on a users device allows personalized viewing experiences, interactivity, targeted advertising and much more. The following players are supported:
Click here to visit our tutorials on embedding with HTML Players.
Web outputs are free to use with a watermark. To remove the watermark view our pricing options.