Online video startup Dyyno is rolling out a new universal broadcasting software that allows users to easily set up and live stream video presentations, games and movies online. The Dyyno Universal Broadcaster (dUb) also helps expand the reach of those live streams by integrating with Justin.tv and tapping into the audience of 30 million users there.
The new dUb product comes with streaming presets for a variety of different video types, including games, movies, documents, and photos, enabling users to easily get video streams rolling. For more advanced users, dUb has custom setting that allow users to adjust the bit rate, frame rate and resolution.
As part of a joint marketing program with Justin.tv, Dyyno is making the dUb available free to the first 10,000 Justin.tv users that download it. Thereafter, it is selling the software for a one-time, $199 license fee. In addition to streaming online, the broadcaster can save a version of the video on the user’s disk for later upload to the web. In addition to streaming directly to Justin.tv, the dUb product can leverage Dyyno’s peer-to-peer software for distribution on their own video portals.
The partnership with Justin.tv expands the number of ways through which its users can distribute video streams online. Earlier this year, the startup introduced a portal through which its users could distribute videos on user TVs through the Roku broadband set-top box. Users can also make their own custom Roku channels. Now, with Justin.tv’s mobile viewing capabilties, Dyyno users can have their videos displayed on all three screens.
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