Nick Mattingly and the team at Switcher Studio have just upped the game for iOS broadcasting with their new version of their multi-camera switcher program. Now you can send your live video straight to YouTube. Nick talks about how it can both broadcast and record, how they make the YouTube interaction easier than ever before, and the advantages of having an iOS-based production workflow. Where is your Mac in all this? Nick also talks about some additions and work-arounds that can include Mac-based graphics and peripherals, and outlines the very affordable options that their service offers.
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Nick Mattingly is the Co-Founder and CEO of Switcher Studio in Louisville KY. You can follow them on Twitter.