Video and the web are coming together. Experience both like never before with TouchCast: a new medium that looks like video, but feels more like the web.A TouchCast is a video that is fully browsable, responsive, and alive.Webpages, images, and an assembly of video Apps (vApps) can be tapped for a two-way video experience.It's a TV studio in your hands.Create broadcast-quality videoswith abuilt-in teleprompter, green screen, visual filters, sound effects, and titles.Watch TouchCasts from any of the apps or online at TouchCast.com. Our Mission is to bring the wonder of the web to video and usher in a new age of expression. Anyone can easily create and edit professional-quality videos that finally behave like the rest of the web. News organizations like the BBC and Wall St Journal are already making TouchCasts daily.Explore videos, express yourself and engage viewers in a whole new way.We invite you to try TouchCast and help define this new medium.Please let us know you're feedback as we strive to improve the experience, including what features you would like to see in future versions.Here are some media reviews:"TouchCast lets people create and watch videos that are layered withlive Web pages, YouTube clips, Twitter streams and other digitaltouchpoints that viewers can expand, manipulate and turn on and off with their fingers."AllThingsD"The idea is to offer a powerful video creation tool that doesntrequire all the work that video editing normally does"TechCrunch"As a video creator, you can create pretty rich, professional-gradebroadcasts directly from your tablet in seconds"The Next WebEveryone has been talking about bringing video to the Web. But now were bringing the Web to video.Andy Regal, senior executive producer, The Wall Street Journal.
What's new in this version:
This is a minor update with some bugs squished... plus:[+] toggle the mirroring of the front-facing camera on / off[+] better coach marks and guides to assist new users[+] save your Project without leaving the Studio or EditorAs always, we love to hear from our users about feature suggestions and any issues you experience. Just tweet @touchcast or email firstname.lastname@example.org -- and remember to visit our Help Center at http://support.touchcast.com. Happy TouchCasting!