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merovingio
05-04-2018, 02:00 AM
Hello, we are looking to buy a system which allows us to stream posts comments form social media like Twitter and Facebook, in a graphic template via NDI.

We are using ClassX at the moment, but I am not happy with it and I am looking for something more friendly and modern.

Do you have any advice for such a system? Thank you.

livepad
05-04-2018, 06:44 AM
Hello, we are looking to buy a system which allows us to stream posts comments form social media like Twitter and Facebook, in a graphic template via NDI.

We are using ClassX at the moment, but I am not happy with it and I am looking for something more friendly and modern.

Do you have any advice for such a system? Thank you.

Sienna GraphicArtist (http://www.sienna-tv.com/ndi/graphicartist.html) could be what you are looking for.

It uses HTML5 templates you make yourself and renders them real time as NDI Fill and Key.
So if you can make yourself an HTML page which reaches out and grabs what you want from the web, it will deliver that in any visual format you like with HTML5, CSS and Javascript.


Demo version (http://www.sienna-tv.com/ndi/graphicartist.html) available. If you need templates building any half decent Web page Designer can do it.

The image below shows a Twitter feed and also a stock ticker - both pulled in real time directly by the page, and rendered out fill and key NDI:
http://www.sienna-tv.com/ndi/images/graphicartistcomposite.jpg?crc=4104200398

focalpp
05-04-2018, 07:41 AM
Check out Vidpresso . I use it for Facebook comments and its great. It really helps to drive engagement. Very simple to use. I teach it to my clients and have them monitor and operate it.

merovingio
05-04-2018, 08:46 AM
Check out Vidpresso . I use it for Facebook comments and its great. It really helps to drive engagement. Very simple to use. I teach it to my clients and have them monitor and operate it.

Looks very interesting. What is it like, a software or a whole machine? Do you know the price range of this solution? Thank you very much.

EDIT: can this system be integrated with Tricaster?

focalpp
05-05-2018, 02:35 AM
vidpresso is a web based platform that runs in Google chrome. You set up each broadcast/show by entering the Facebook Stream key and one you start streaming, it pulls in all the facebook comments. The client/producer can favorite them (to use later) or take it right to air. Vidpresso can also create Facebook polls and other titles.

So i have the producer/client using one computer to do this. I then have another computer in full screen mode sending the graphics to the TriCaster via NDI. The graphics have green behind them so I can key it out. I send that input to one of the DSKs.

Plans start at $99 a month. Here is a recent broadcast thats a great demo of the Facebook comments

https://youtu.be/bcR3Lvr3LN0

merovingio
05-05-2018, 03:19 AM
vidpresso is a web based platform that runs in Google chrome. You set up each broadcast/show by entering the Facebook Stream key and one you start streaming, it pulls in all the facebook comments. The client/producer can favorite them (to use later) or take it right to air. Vidpresso can also create Facebook polls and other titles.

So i have the producer/client using one computer to do this. I then have another computer in full screen mode sending the graphics to the TriCaster via NDI. The graphics have green behind them so I can key it out. I send that input to one of the DSKs.

Plans start at $99 a month. Here is a recent broadcast thats a great demo of the Facebook comments

https://youtu.be/bcR3Lvr3LN0

Thank you very much. I heard from them yesterday, I must say this thing to have two computer to do the job concerns me, also they told me their starting plans price is much higher then the $99 you told me. I'm wondering why.

Anyway thank you very much, I'll take a demo from them, in the meanwhile i'm testing out vMix

bryanharley
05-06-2018, 11:15 AM
I’m going to test vMix too. Which version do you need to get to output the social graphics to NDI?