Streamline your live events and presentations with dynamic on-air graphics.
Streamline your workflows and cut production time with Titler Live 4 Present. Easily prepare and queue your lower thirds, crawls, and more by connecting to Excel spreadsheets, CSV files, RSS feeds, clocks, and more.
Leverage 3D animated graphics for corporate events, presentations, lectures, house of worship services, or other live events using 1 channel of NDI or SDI key/fill.
Quickly connect your graphics to Excel spreadsheets, CSV files, RSS feeds, clocks, and more to simplify your pre-show preparation and cut your production time.
Customize a full suite of lower thirds, crawls, main titles, motion bugs, and more. Even import your own graphics from Adobe Photoshop.
Easily work with leading streaming solutions including Wirecast, NewTek, Broadcast Pix, EVS, Lumantek, vMix, Blackmagic Design, Roland, Panasonic, and more.
Connects directly with the Elgato Stream Deck and displays your title graphics directly on the keys, for fast visual graphics control.Learn More
Titler Live 4 Present delivers new workflows and controls to help you get started quickly and easily make changes on the fly. Flexibly design, set up, and playout your graphics in one complete solution.
Drag and drop included design templates onto your playlist or import your own designs from Adobe® Photoshop®. Flexibly edit text, color and images right in the Edit/Preview window.
Easily connect data to your graphics to streamline your set up. Drag and drop data inputs or variables onto any part of a design to repurpose it as you need. Even connect multiple inputs to a design.
Experience faster playout with an enhanced render engine. Quickly make animated updates to your graphics on the fly. Deliver one live graphic on a single channel.
Save time and simplify your production workflows with dynamic lower thirds and crawls driven by Excel spreadsheets, RSS feeds and more.
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