Easily create exciting webcasts from your smartphone or tablet with the Roland GO:LIVECAST, a complete live streaming production studio with a compact desktop interface and a flexible, interactive app. Its versatile I/O and tactile controls let you integrate multiple sound sources, control your device's camera, and trigger media files in no time.
With plug-and-play setup and intuitive icons labeling all ports and controls, the GO:LIVECAST is purpose built for user-friendly operations. Since it is compatible with popular streaming platforms and includes multiple cables for simple hookup to Lightning- or USB-equipped mobile devices, the GO:LIVECAST seamlessly fits in with your preferred workflow.
The companion app offers several features for enhancing the appearance of your webcast—a skin filter provides a softer look, in-camera mirroring delivers the correct left/right perspective to the viewer, automatic portrait/landscape switching. Incorporate a second smartphone camera via Wi-Fi to take advantage of split-screen views and one-touch camera switching for more complex video production techniques. Additionally, the app displays viewer comments in a scrolling window, so you can stay in tune with feedback from your audience.
Complete Miniature Webcasting Studio
Easy Setup and Operation
Enhance Your Live Stream with Various Media
Push your productions further into the realm of professional with custom titles and text. To maximize efficiency and make your work easier, store media elements for different shows in Live Sets, which can be pulled up for easy access before you start streaming.
Supports Popular Streaming Platforms
Designed for Optimal Visuals
For more complex video production techniques, you can set up a second smartphone camera through Wi-Fi and either switch between the cameras or use them both in split-screen mode.
Via the GO:LIVECAST's four knobs, you're given effective control over the levels for the mic signal, line input, pad playback, and headphone output. Plus, there's a mic-mute button for times when you need to cut the mic feed if you need take a drink or cough.