SnapStream 6.2 Creating and Sharing at #NABShow

The latest release of SnapStream‘s 6.2 monitoring and clip tool software, is a streamlining your everyday workflows and providing a truly robust television monitoring platform. The workflows that revolve around clipping, sharing and managing TV content are everyday tasks for industry users by allowing them the freedom of editing and transcribing to make monitoring TV more efficient and carefree in general.

New in SnapStream‘s 6.2 release is the Clip-and-Share, YouTube  Integration, Custom Media Tagging, and more! The clipping tool allows users to cut segments with ease and precision where as users can share clips in the cloud, add clips to a playlist, and now upload clips to YouTube! The YouTube integration is a great way for clients to transcode without having the issues!  * It’s easy: Connect your YouTube account and then upload TV clips directly from SnapStream. If you have more than one account, no problem. Connect them all and you’ll be able to choose which clips go where. SnapStream provides all of YouTube’s standard uploading settings, fast and seamless. SnapStream TV Search Appliance

Other nice features of the new 6.2 release is the TV transcript feature. Users can select a text block that you’d like to save, and SnapStream will clip the video segment. For users who read the transcript, SnapStream provides a great alternative to making clips from the Web Player. All of the same options apply in the process,whether you are sharing the clip, adding it to a playlist or uploading it to YouTube.

SnapStream covers a wide variety of clients like Local, State, and Federal Government agencies see: The K-12 and Higher Education market see:, /,  and the Entertainment industry see:  

The New SnapStream 6.2: Major advancements in TV search / Monitor TV from your Mac, PC or iPad /  Play four TV channels at once / Auto-scrolling, editable transcript Cloud sharing and Upload to YouTube / Automated Workflows and TV Playlists / Cluster to monitor even more TV! SEE HOW IT WORKS @

Visit SnapStream at NAB Booth SU4321 or visit them on the web at:

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Matthew has worked in both the private sector and in higher education for over 25 years. He specializes in the areas of digital media project management, broadcast engineering and media production. Matthew has extensive knowledge in digital post production, digital asset management, digital cinema production, and broadcast facility integration. Mr. Harchick actively researches state of the art broadcast, cutting edge digital cinema and smart audio visual technologies for client implementation and is available for your consultation needs.

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