Community Edition (CE) is a free, personal learning license with all the functionalities of our real time design environment. It is available for developing and prototyping templates, scenes and presentation concepts to be used by graphic artists in developing real time broadcast applications for their clients. Standard definition graphics can be rendered to disk and used commercially. The CE suite includes a restricted version of the Sting Server real-time engine which produces watermarked RT output for the purpose of testing live data applications. Explore the wealth of built-in real time design tools that WASP3D offers and see how creating sophisticated real time graphics can be realized easily and quickly. CE is supported through a guided user forum and can be downloaded for free.
A freelance graphic artist can create graphic templates and showcase them on the WASP3D marketplace while protecting their intellectual property.
System integrators can benefit by bundling a graphic solution with services being offered to a broadcaster. This widens the spectrum of services by appointing graphic artists to design templates for their customers using free version of Drone Designer.
TriCaster users can take advantage of the free, full featured Community Edition version of the Drone Designer advanced, template-based authoring environment. The CE workflow for TriCaster uses an IP-based version of the Sting Server engine which produces an IP-stream that is automatically recognized as a source for graphics overlay by TriCaster. A subscription fee is required to go to air.
CE acts as a producer inside CasparCG which generates content for on-air production. The output from the CE Sting server is transferred to CasparCG as a 32 bit video layer with integrated Key & Fill. CasparCG is an open source CG platform which has an independent framework that supports video input & output using standard video cards like DeckLink, Bluefish etc. with full SDI and/or HDMI support for SD and HD resolutions, frame rates, pixel aspect ratios, including support (depending on the video card capabilities) for separate fill and key output and embedded or separate audio. A subscription fee is required to go to air.