Yuzzit offers advanced tools for cutting and editing your videos in real time, enabling great flexibility and rapid response to audience requirements.
Yuzzit's user-friendly interface makes replays easy to create, even for less experienced users, making the editing process accessible and efficient.
Yuzzit supports team collaboration, enabling multiple users to work together on the same project, ensuring smooth, coordinated working.
Generating a replay of a live event allows viewers to revisit the content after the live broadcast, offering flexible access and the chance to catch up on key moments they may have missed during the live broadcast. This enhances the user experience by allowing viewing at the audience's convenience.
Yuzzit makes it easy to generate your replay when it's just finished. To do this, you need to connect your video stream to Yuzzit before the event to be recorded. Then you can either schedule automatic generation of your replay, or generate it yourself after it has occurred.
Yes, Yuzzit can generate a replay of any event, offering flexible recording and viewing for all your live content, whether it's a sports show, a TV or radio broadcast, a corporate event... The replay of your live event will be generated in mp4 format and can contain up to 8h of video.
Yuzzit offers a wide range of customization options for live replay. You can cut out extracts from the replay, modify its format, customize its skin, or even add subtitles. Only the length of the replay can be an obstacle, as it can take a long time to process a +1h replay.
Your live stream recording is available by default for 7 days. This period can be extended according to your needs. If you generate a live replay in Yuzzit, it will be stored in the library for an unlimited time.
Yes, before the start of your live show, you can program the automatic generation of the replay by indicating the start date and time, as well as its duration. As soon as your live broadcast ends, a video of the entire live broadcast (up to 8:00) will be generated, which you can find in the library.