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Increased support for 3G streaming: QuickTime Broadcaster includes enhanced support for live streaming to mobile devices that support the 3GPP standard.

iPhone and video. Just a rumour.
 

alexbates

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It must be a slow news day when this makes it to Page 2. :eek:

I have to agree with that. The update looks minor. Only one improved feature was mentioned in the post.

MacRumors should make a separate area for all of Apple's software updates. There are so many of them and most of them are even too small to be mentioned.
 

Nicky G

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Quicktime Broadcaster is free. It is to generate video streams in Quicktime-supported formats. It can also be used to record a file of your incoming video. It can work with Firewire sources, iSight, or video coming in from a full-fledged capture card such as a Kona. It's pretty cool, especially for being free, but Wirecast (now owned by Telestream) is much more full-featured.
 

Freis968

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Quicktime Broadcaster is free. It is to generate video streams in Quicktime-supported formats. It can also be used to record a file of your incoming video. It can work with Firewire sources, iSight, or video coming in from a full-fledged capture card such as a Kona. It's pretty cool, especially for being free, but Wirecast (now owned by Telestream) is much more full-featured.

Thanks for the info.

At $449.00 I would hope that Wirecast is much more full featured...:eek:
 
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