The Wirecast Gear 420 is a tailor made solution with 5 SDI inputs and 1 program output for confidence monitoring or sending to an external encoder, 4 simultaneous NVENC x264 encodes without affecting CPU usage and all of the features of a full fledged Wirecast setup.
Speak directly to Wirecast Gear experts. Get answers to your questions about installation, operations or troubleshooting.
Live video production creates a need for immediate results. If your Wirecast Gear system experiences a hardware failure, we'll ease the stress by overnighting a new or refurbished unit that becomes yours going forward.
Keep your software up to date. GearCare support members holding a Wirecast 8 or later license will get Wirecast upgrades for free*. Software upgrades are major releases and include new features, enhancements.
included in 1st year
|Online Case Submission (3pm–1am GMT)
Case Submission Response Time Targets vary between tiers.
|Case Submission Response Time Targets
Premium Support customer will get priority response.
|< 8 business hours||< 4 business hours|
|Parts and Labor Warranty
Wirecast Gear includes a standard 1-year Depot Warranty. If any of the hardware included in the system fails due to design or defect, we commit to repairing or replacing the components to your satisfaction.
|Free Software Updates/Upgrades
Stay up to date with the latest features and bug fixes/enhancements.
Speak directly to our Wirecast experts.
from date of purchase
|Eligible for Remote Access Services (RAS)
Allow a support technician to access your computer, identify the issue and resolve it quickly.
GearCare upgrades the standard 1-year Depot Warranty to a full 3 years1 of protection. If any of the hardware included in the system fails due to design or defect, we commit to repairing or replacing the components to your satisfaction.
1 GearCare will take effect from the date of your Wirecast Gear purchase.
The entertainment value of sports can’t be under-estimated, especially in this competition-obsessed country. This is the age when the Internet and social media offers fan engagement for every conceivable interest. Intrigued by airport carpets or the ‘endless horse’, Google them for more information. Want to share stories with “People Who Always Have to Spell Their Names for Other People”? There’s a Facebook Group at the ready. So, if every minority interest is catered for, why not your local sports club, or favourite hockey team? What’s to stop them running a live TV channel on YouTube or hosting professional-looking clips on Facebook?