About HD Wave

September 6th, 2013

Eyepartner, Inc. released its new version of The HD Wave Broadcaster, a real-time H.264 live broadcast encoding software solution.

The HD Wave enables its users to instantly stream LIVE in stunning HD without any propriety hardware. The HD Wave Broadcaster is ideal for live web broadcasts: entertainment, sports, business & community events, iPTV and many more.

The HD Wave requires nothing more than an off-the-shelf computer and video source or camera. This software is user-friendly and makes Live Streaming accessible to everybody. It has a clear, simple interface with preset options in order to save your time and help you broadcast the most favorable way possible.

You do not need to invest in expensive proprietary broadcasting solutions when you choose The HD Wave. This application makes it easy for anyone to broadcast streams in HD, up to 60 frames per second, with a simple to use click-and-stream interface. Built on patent-pending technology, The HD Wave delivers stunning High Definition broadcasts at the lowest bit rates possible – 720p feed at only 1.0Mbps or 1080p at 2.5Mbps.

Professional movie makers, broadcasters and enthusiast alike now have the ability to broadcast their HD media across multiple Web and mobile devices; quickly, easily and without purchasing proprietary hardware.


  • The only HD Broadcaster on market built on video driver technology
  • Broadcast desktop view in HD 720p and 1080i using off the shelf PC
  • Low usage of PC processor/resources
  • Multiple video audio capture including synchronized Skype video calls
  • On the fly switching of media sources including partial or full desktop viewing
  • Easy to use with a friendly, clear interface
  • OEM White label SDK

In this chapter we described the process of installing and running HD Wave broadcaster using the proper settings

Note: we reserve the right to change some of the features of the application at any time, in order to improve HD Wave.

For more details please read the following article regarding the HD Wave live streaming broadcaster.

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