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Eyepartner Launches HD Wave Desk Share V 1.4.0.1
New software allows users to share and record desktops in High Definition

MARATHON, Fla., Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Eyepartner has launched the HD Wave Desk Share V 1.4.0.1 that allows users to broadcast their desktop online in stunning high-definition. Users can broadcast PowerPoints, web pages, documents, video, and anything else from their full desktop or a portion of their desktop. The module offers the highest quality broadcasting at the resolution of the user's desktop up to 1080p.

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"With the flexibility of HD Wave Desk Share V 1.4.0.1, users can easily broadcast or re-broadcast anything from their desktop," said Tim Green, Chief Technology Officer of Eyepartner. "There are so many options for broadcasters such as offering training sessions to unlimited viewers in HD or discussing and displaying projects using the picture and picture feature."

The HD Wave Desk Share V 1.4.0.1 can be used for many purposes. For example, users can provide narration through a microphone while sharing a PowerPoint presentation, broadcast interviews from a chat, or even record a portion of the desktop with notes posted outside the capture area that are only visible to the user. The HD Wave Desk Share V 1.4.0.1 also features Picture-In-Picture (PIP) that allows multiple videos to be shared at one time. The desktop can also be shared at full screen with a camera on the speaker for professional presentations. With the Local Record feature, the HD Wave Desk Share V 1.4.0.1, auto records your broadcast even if the internet connection is lost.

Other functions of the HD Wave Desk Share V 1.4.0.1 include the ability to:

  • Customize the size of the screen using picture in picture
  • Share the entire desktop or snap to a specific zone
  • Stream or record any portion of the desktop in standard or high definition
  • Locally "record" your session or lesson to a local video to edit, publish, or repurpose
  • Record to the server simultaneously and instantly publish the session or lesson

The HD Wave

The HD Wave enables its users to instantly stream LIVE in HD quality without any propriety hardware. With the HD Wave, broadcasters can stream LIVE events such as game tournaments, IPTV stations, world premiere movies, live concerts, faith-based services or corporate events to anyone in the world. The HD Wave can be integrated to stream through IPTV networks such as TikiLIVE, Justin.TV, Livestream or CDN's through an RTMP protocol.

The HD Wave may be private or white-labeled to an OEM's brand. Manufacturers of video capture devices, PCs, switches and broadcasting hardware will now be able to package HD broadcasting as a new add-on feature or it can be purchased through virtual white-label storefronts. The checkout process is simple and the installer can be downloaded directly from the virtual store. The HD Wave also offers broadcasters the ability to monetize live and VOD events.

For more information about the HD Wave Desk Share V 1.4.0.1 or the HD Wave, please visit http://www.eyepartner.com/broadcasting-platform/the-hd-wave/

About Eyepartner: Eyepartner is a software development and hosting company that deploys and hosts rich media enterprise broadcasting software while providing first in class hosting to its clients. Eyepartner solutions focus on delivering high quality video, including both live streaming video and video on-demand (VOD). TikiLIVE is Eyepartner's flagship HD broadcasting service which provides its users with a comprehensive set of tools for producing and managing live HD streaming content. More information about Eyepartner and TikiLIVE is available at www.eyepartner.com and www.tikilive.com. To speak with someone directly, please call 305-289-4557.

Media Contact: Loretta McCarty Eyepartner, Inc., (305) 289-4557, loretta.mccarty@eyepartner.com

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