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Video display similar to a News Cast

by SoftBlade / March 14, 2012 7:37 PM PDT


I'm looking for software that would display videos and feeds similar to that of a news cast, where you have some main video feed, maybe another feed next to it, and a something like a news feed at the bottom of the screen.

It would be great is the system is customizable as well, being able to place things wherever you want them.

Thanks in advance Happy

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by MarkFlax Forum moderator / March 14, 2012 8:52 PM PDT

Finding the right term for a search is tricky, but I found what looks like a good listing in Google with this search term;

How to create Newscast type videos

See if that helps for you.

I won't add any links since I don't know how much money you have to spend, but in my listing the very first hit was for Adobe's "Visual Creator 3", which seems useful.

Hope that helps.


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by daterdave / March 14, 2012 9:38 PM PDT

theres a program called scenic.its free and on linux

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