Updating graphics live

Dear all,


i am searching for suggestion in order to run and updating graphics while streaming live.

We’d love this package (https://videohive.net/item/broadcast-sports-graphics-package/15474905/comments), but I was wondering which is the best solution to edit and using those graphics during the event in order to not render them one by one.

Anyone using those kind of After Effects projects by - I guess - rendering them as Dynamic PNG without text? How to implement them into Wirecast? And how to edit the text informations?

I am sorry for the questions, but I can’t figure how to do it - if there’s a way without getting a professional broadcasting CG software.


Thank you!

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  • NewBlue Titler live is what you are looking for.  You can download one version free (I think it’s Titler Live Present?) with purchase of Wirecast.  There are additional versions you can purchase like Social or Sport.  It adds great broadcast quality graphics to Wirecast.  As far as using it, Travis White from NewBlue has done webinars showing how to use it in Wirecast.


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  • markhammers  as Alaskacameradude mentions, NewBlue Titler Live comes free with Wirecast. Wirecast Studio with Titler Live Express and Wirecast Pro with Titler Live Present. When you register Wirecast you get the serial number to activate New Blue.

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  • I've used many VideoHive projects over the years (including this same Broadcast Sports Graphics Package). Unfortunately, all the graphics have to be made before the game because of rendering time. If there WAS a way of just adding a text overlay on top of the pre-made graphic from within Wirecast, I would be a buyer.

    I'm not at all impressed with the New Blue graphics. The After Effects projects from VideoHive are WAY better, -- but of course much more expensive and unable to update during a live webcast.

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  • Jerel Peterson Wirecast does support Dynamic PNG.

    If the scoreboard package supports NDI Wirecast can work with that as well.

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