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MacVoices #17194: Nick Mattingly On the Newest Capabilities of Switcher Studio

September 25, 2017

Nick Mattingly of Switcher Studio is back with another update to their video switching and broadcasting app for iOS. This time, features like in-app frame templates, editable titles and lower third templates are added, as well as exporting to KineMaster, an all-new Switcher dashboard, a new “My Videos” library, and more. Nick details it all, and gives a demo so you can see how easy it is.

This edition of MacVoices is sponsored by CleanMyMac 3 from MacPaw. Clean, optimize, and declutter your Mac safely and easily.

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