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    Latest V2 TC1 Update Record in MP4 Feature

    We have a Tricaster 8000 and got just the chance to get hands on a TC1 with the latest software update V2 for the premium access subscription. We compared the features and realized that the possibility to record in MP4 format is gone. At least the option disappeared in the window where you can make your recording settings and where we did it in the Tricaster 8000. We only found the chance to record the MIXes in high res.

    So now the question: is it still possible to record directly in the MP4 format without streaming with TC1, as it is possible with Tricaster 8000?

    In the streaming menu we found strangely the possibility to record in MP4. And to be completely confused the window says that the settings for the two encoder are for streaming and recording.

    So how can I record in MP4 format without streaming and without encoding my high record mix after recording?

    The goal is to just have the MP4 version after record to send it to a NAS.
    Thank you very much in advance.

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    You make a destination of a file in the streaming tab and enable it. You are not required to stream anywhere.

    The TC 1 has the ability to encode two streams at the same time.

    Same video different language tracks.

    same video and audio at different resolutions for different platforms.

    Etc.

    you found the right place for what you want!

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    Wait, it's gone again? Ugh, didn't we already have this argument re: H264?

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    It's not gone, just moved.

    Now you can record two H.264 streams not one. Plus both H.264 streams are completely user configurable with custom bit rates, resolutions and other settings.
    Kane Peterson
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    NewTek, Inc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanep View Post
    It's not gone, just moved.

    Now you can record two H.264 streams not one. Plus both H.264 streams are completely user configurable with custom bit rates, resolutions and other settings.

    100% right!

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