Watch live or recorded TV from your favorite Web browser with SnapStream's Web Player. When you run a TV search, it drops you right at the point of mention, highlighting where it found your search terms in the The TV transcript. Click on any word in the transcript to be taken to that point. Do it all from here: make clips, share TV to social media, transcode and more.
Open your favorite browser to watch live or recorded TV in SnapStream. Use Chrome, Firefox or IE for Windows. Use Chrome, Firefox or Safari for Mac.
When a TV search result is played, it starts right from the point of mention. Jump to other keywords with the auto-scrolling transcript and the search tab.
The Web Player provides a simple way to create high-quality clips from live or recorded TV. Another way is through the transcript text.
Clips can be shared or downloaded from SnapStream's cloud or added to a TV playlist. With social TV integration, upload clips to YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.
SmartChapters segment the Web Player's timeline into programs and commercials, making it easy to skip to the content most critical to your TV monitoring operation.
Reply to tweets or tweet out TV clips, TV screenshots and animated GIFs. Post TV screenshots and clips to your Facebook Fan Page. All from inside SnapStream.
The Actions tab provides an easy, direct way to process the TV content currently in view. The options are to ShowSqueeze, SmartChapter or Run a Workflow.
Custom tagging allows you to label media items with relevant terms that become part of the search meta data, making the TV content easy to locate in the future.
SnapStream delivers fluid experiences for Mac and PC users alike. We support Windows XP and above and Mac OS X 10.6.3 (Snow Leopard) and above.
Upon initial playback of a TV recording, the Web Player plug-in knows to install itself. It's that smart. Unless you face high IT restrictions, you won't need assistance.
SnapStream's new multi-viewer allows you to monitor up to four channels simultaneously and compare what's airing at the same time in different places. What did your competitors cover in tonight's newscast? What story were you running? SnapStream helps TV stations and broadcasters gather this valuable competitive intelligence. The multi-viewer is also a handy resource for content analysis at journalism schools, i.e. how Fox News vs. CNN covered a story.
Add as many TV recordings, clips and segments as you'd like into a designated playlist, and you can view them back to back in sequence in SnapStream's Web Player. The playlist feature is practical for instances where you are sharing several pieces of content during presentations and meetings. Playlists are also a simple way to group content together and then do something with it. You can run a batch of common processing tasks, such as ShowSqueeze, SmartChapter and Workflows, on your playlist.