FlowCaster Remote Collaboration

Share the output of your editor over IP

FlowCaster lets you share high quality video over IP for remote collaboration and review workflows. Securely share the output of your Adobe/Avid/Resolve etc. editor, with time code, closed captions, metadata, at extremely low latency. Meeting sites like Zoom/Skype etc., can use the FC VirtualCam feature to see FlowCaster's output as a webcam. Also, check out the flowcaster.live site for feature rich review, including chat/webcam/telestration.


ossupport     Windows 7 or greater, macOS 13 Ventura - macOS 14 Sonoma, CentOS/Red Hat 7.4-7.8

FlowCaster TextFlowCaster software provides a secure connection from your creative software to a local monitor, no matter where the software or the monitor is.  The FlowCaster.live site uses FlowCaster components to provide a feature rich secure remote collaboration environment. FlowCaster lets you keep your creative software and media safely in your facility or cloud. No upload to an external server is required to allow your editors and artists working remotely to get the pixel perfect frame accurate display they need to create their magic. 

FlowCaster Remote Monitoring and Collaboration

FlowCaster software utilizes a range of IP protocols including SRT, WHIP, UDP, RTP, and RIST to securely stream high quality video and audio via the web for collaboration, review, live edit, and approval workflows. The FlowCaster.live site uses WebRTC to provide a complete set of workflow sharing tools for remote collaboration, including webcam/chat, text/emoji comments, telestration, and import/export Adobe/Avid/Resolve session markers. FlowCaster also includes a VirtualCam setting for output to meetings sites like Google Meet, Zoom, Skype etc., and an OpenFX plugin to view the output of editors that support OpenFX, like DaVinci Resolve and Foundry Nuke.

FlowCaster 90 Second Overview

Live Edit Review

Use FlowCaster on the www.flowcaster.live site for real time group review of edit sessions anywhere in the world, without rendering or uploading your media to a server!  FlowCaster.live receives audio/video/captions/time code from the editor's output in real time, while providing a shared area of talk, webcam, commenting, and collaborative drawing, all time code locked to your edit.  Changes can be made in real time, or noted in the comments and drawing, and saved for later retrieval.  All the comments and drawings can be loaded as markers back into Premiere, Media Composer, Resolve and many others.  With Premiere, our custom flowcaster.live panel provides a sync locked output image with overlays and comments, to allow the editor to see the required changes, without leaving Premiere.  Full integration with Frame.IO is also supported via fioxml files. See more Live Edit Review.

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Live Event Review

The FlowCaster Live Event Review captures SDI or IP signals simultaneously as high quality MXF files and as time code matched proxy MP4s. The FlowCaster.live collaborative review site can use the proxies in real time, while still recording, to log and mark up the live event, or any part of the event that has already occurred. The proxy markers and all the collaborative drawings simultaneously show up in a panel in Premiere, or in Avid MediaCentral, for the editor to use to work with the high resolution, edit while capture, MXFs. The editor can then use the high resolution MXF to edit clips and packages based on the input of the group on flowcaster.live to be sent out for broadcast and delivery. See more Live Event Review.

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Synchronous Collaborative Review

In a synchronous collaborative review workflow, the operator selects a proxy file/timeline from any network storage that is available to all participants and begins a FlowCaster.live session. All participants join the FlowCaster.live session. Any of the participants can play, pause, and seek the media, and commands will be duplicated to everyone in the session's players, so that they all remain in sync for everyone. As they work through the material, everyone can comment, add notes, emoji, and drawings collaboratively, seeing everyone else's feedback as well. The session can be saved and loaded into Adobe/Avid etc. By using this method, rather than the Live Edit Review method, creatives can work together to make decisions without tying up an editor to drive the session, and more efficiently realize their vision. See more Synchronous Collaborative Review.

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Asynchronous Collaborative Review

Any individual, at any time, can load a file session into FlowCaster.live and add comments, emoji, and drawings with time code accurate precision. Other stakeholders can join the session, or load the session data at a later date to add their comments and creative decisions. Once the session is complete, it can be saved out for the next stakeholder, or loaded into a new session, or directly into an Adobe or Avid editor, to implement the changes discussed in the session. See more Asynchronous Collaborative Review.

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Work from home/cloud/remote monitoring

Shared desktop software and online conference sites are great tools for discussing a project. If you can use the compressed/low bit rate/random frame rate output signal for collaboration, then please check out the VirtualCam tab, where we describe sending your editor to meeting sites using FlowCaster.

However, specific workflows (including color grading) absolutely require the highest quality image display possible. With FlowCaster, audio/video is transported separately from the desktop sharing, using low latency/high quality compression, with the project frame rate. This gives you the ability to share a session online at a quality similar to that of a hardware output to an independent monitor. FlowCaster also supports HDR/HLG/WCG, any video resolution, up to 32 channels of high quality audio and ancillary data including closed captions, active format description and v-chip information.

Production team sharing/collaboration

There are a number of ways FlowCaster's audio/video and desktops can be shared to a group for collaboration:

  • SRT MultiCast or Haivision Gateway - maintain direct control of encrypted feeds by using SRT to all the collaborators.  With the gateway, different users can be given different passwords and address/ports that can be fixed to a user's IP address for further security
  • RTMP - send your output and desktops to any RTMP compatible server like twitch/youtube/facebook, and use the server's tools to share live audio/video, host chats and handle authentication
  • WebRTC - use any WebRTC compatible server, to support live A/V chat, authentication and text chat for one on one or multiuser collaboration

Here is a page with more detailed information on Using IP video streaming.

Cloud production or capture feed

Using SRT, signals from your creative software (Adobe/Avid/Assimilate/DaVinci/etc.) or from baseband feeds (SDI, HDMI, NDI, IP) can be sent directly to the cloud and captured to MXF, MOV, AVI, MP4 or others by the FlowCaster Server.  Optionally, a proxy file can also be generated.  All FlowCaster Server capture files support edit while record and playback while record, for local clipping or editing in Adobe Premiere.  Signals can also be sent from the cloud, from Adobe/Avid/DaVinci/FlowCaster Server via SRT to be played locally as SDI or HDMI using a supported A/V device (AJA, Bluefish444, Blackmagic, Matrox).

IP format conversion

The FlowCaster Server can also be used to convert UDP, RTP, NDI and SRT to a new UDP, RTP, NDI or SRT stream.  The server supports both re-wrapping of the compressed data and transcoding of the signal to a new compression type.  As well as IP to IP, both baseband (SDI/HDMI) to IP and IP to baseband are also supported.

Cloud to cloud

FlowCaster supports cloud to cloud transmission.  Both compressed, via RTP, UDP and SRT, and uncompressed transports are supported.  FlowCaster also has the ability to read and write directly from cloud object storage, like Amazon's S3 storage.  File mode may also be used for guaranteed copies of media to be moved from one point to another.

Adobe Editors


FlowCaster includes a native transmitter plugin for Adobe Premiere, After Effects and other supported Adobe software. This allows FlowCaster to appear as a physical output and get the highest quality audio and video to send from Adobe to the remote player. This enables one, or more, remote viewers to see exactly what would normally be on the local monitor. FlowCaster also fully supports Adobe's NDI output, for high quality monitoring.

The free FlowCaster Live Review Panel lets you view your flowcaster.live session directly within the editor. Details including how to set up and use the FlowCaster Live Review Panel can be found here.

There is a Quick Start guide for Adobe Premiere available here.

Avid Editors



FlowCaster includes an Avid OpenIO device that acts like a hardware output for your Media Composer and sends that signal to your remote viewer(s). This includes high frame rate/high bit rate video, up to 32 channels of audio and ancillary metadata including closed captions. FlowCaster can work with an Avid Media Composer cloud instance to provide a true audio/video monitor on your desk from the cloud. FlowCaster also supports Avid's NDI output for high quality monitoring.

There is a Quick Start guide for Avid Media Composer available here.

OpenFX Editors

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FlowCaster includes an Assimilate direct and OpenFX monitor plugin, allowing monitoring of any software that supports OpenFX. For Assimilate SCRATCH, high quality audio and video monitoring is supported. RGB, as well as YCbCr, signals are supported with up to 12 bits per component, using JPEG2000, or 10 bits per component, using HEVC. Other editors also support the OpenFX standard and should be able to output to FlowCaster, including: DaVinci Resolve, Foundry Nuke, Sony Catalyst and MAGIX Vegas Pro, Filmlight Baselight, Boris FX Sapphire and Silhouette, and RE:Vision Effects.

There is a page with details on Using the OpenFX plugin for DaVinci in a FlowCaster Live Session available here.


FlowCaster provides a standalone application that can capture a local source, along with the creative tools output from: 

This allows FlowCaster to share the editor itself, via desktop sharing, or other software that does not directly support FlowCaster, via NDI, SDI/HDMI, or SMPTE 2110 capture.  Along with professional audio/video boards from AJA, Bluefish444, Blackmagic and Matrox, FlowCaster also supports USB-2/3 capture devices for low cost SDI and HDMI capture.

FlowCaster Rivermax Software 2110 for Adobe, Avid and Resolve

FlowCaster supports a wide variety of network transports.  The highest quality transport is SRT, which can transmit full HDR at up to 16 bits per pixel.  There are a number of ways to receive and view the compressed data.  Each player will have varying support for the available formats.


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videoQC - Drastic's videoQC provides playback for SRT, RTP and UDP, and supports all the transports FlowCaster provides, from H.264 and HEVC to full 16 bit JPEG-2000.  It also supports starting streams from a web browser using the videoqc:// url. It is available on Windows, macOS and Linux, and provides support for

  • Full screen output
  • Optional SDI/HDMI output with AJA, Bluefish444, Blackmagic DeckLink, and Matrox boards
  • Waveform/Vectorscope/Gamut/Audio scopes and loudness monitoring
  • Up to 32 channels of audio
  • Closed caption (608, 708, OP-47) decoding and display
vlc logo teeny   VLC - VLC is a free player from VideoLAN that supports basic h.264/h.265 in UDP, RTP and SRT with two selectable audio channels and a full screen mode.
obs logo teeny   OBS - The Open Broadcaster Software supports receiving SRT streams with h.264 compression and two channels of audio.  It can be used for monitoring, compositing with other signals and re-transmission.

Apple iPad/iPhone

flowcaster logo teeny    FlowCaster Player - The FlowCaster player supports h.264 and HEVC using the SRT, RTMP or RIST protocols.  It can be instantiated with the videoqc:// url protocol, just like videoQC.     itunes flowcaster tv download  
haivision logo teeny    Haivision Pro Player - The Haivision Pro Player is a free player for Apple iPhones that can play back h.264 and HEVC, along with a selected pair of audio channels from the available audio channels.  It supports SRT.

Apple TV

flowcaster logo teeny    FlowCaster Player - The FlowCaster player supports h.264 and HEVC using the SRT, RTMP or RIST protocols.  It can be instantiated with the videoqc:// url protocol, just like videoQC.  itunes flowcaster tv download

Android Phone/Tablet/TV

flowcaster logo teeny    FlowCaster Player - The FlowCaster player supports h.264 and HEVC using the SRT, RTMP or RIST protocols.  It can be instantiated with the videoqc:// url protocol, just like videoQC.  google play 
haivision logo teeny     Haivision Pro Player - The Haivision Pro Player is a free player for Apple iPhones that can play back h.264 and HEVC, along with a selected pair of audio channels from the available audio channels.  It supports SRT.

Online Redistribution

flowcaster virtualcam sm   FC VirtualCam - FlowCaster includes a virtual camera setting, which allows the output of FlowCaster to join a meeting as a camera, on sites like: meet․google․com, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Skype, Webex Meeting, and GoTo Meeting.
youtubelogo teeny    RTMPwww.youtube.com, www.twitch.com, and many other sites can redistribute FlowCaster's RTMP h.264 signal with two channels of audio. 
wowza logo teeny      Wowza - Wowza supports both RTMP and SRT streams and can create a number of standard webcasting standards from them.
birddog dog logo sm   BirdDog - BirdDog accommodates multiple NDI® video, audio, and metadata streams on a shared connection using standard network infrastructures.


There are a wide range of software apps and devices that can be used to view FlowCaster output streams: https://www.drastic.tv/support-59/supporttipstechnical/240-viewing-flowcaster-streams

FC VirtualCam for Meeting Sites

your preferred site

FlowCaster now includes a Virtual Camera output so you can send FlowCaster streams to your preferred remote conferencing sites.

Our flowcaster.live site offers an impressive range of collaboration, approval, and review features including live edit, and event review. However, we also know that many companies have already chosen a site, and adapted their workflows to accommodate the available feature set. Depending on the number of users, moving the team over to a new site could pose challenges, and would take time.

The solution? Use the VirtualCam feature to stream your output to the site you are already using!

Many remote meeting sites already support virtual cameras, and will be quite ready to add the FlowCaster VirtualCam to a meeting.

We Support Your Existing Collaboration Solution

FlowCaster supports sites including: meet․google․com, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Skype, Webex Meeting, and GoTo Meeting. There's no need to migrate to a new site to share FlowCaster's secure, high quality video streams with your team.

How to send an editor to your meeting

Install FlowCaster, and get at least a temp license. Run the Adobe/Avid/Resolve etc. editor. Set it to the FlowCaster Transmitter setting.

In Adobe Premiere, this is located at: Edit | Preferences | Playback.

FC virtualcam setup editor

Click the FlowCaster Transmitter Setup button.

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This opens the FlowCaster Setup window. Use the Transmit Type pulldown menu to select FC VirtualCam.

fc select virtualcam

Open your remote meeting site. Log in. Start a meeting. Open the device settings area, and find where they keep the camera settings. Use the menu to select FC VirtualCam.

FC virtualcam setup camera

Invite people to join and watch along with you.

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Use FlowCaster to Send Other Sources

In addition to creative software such as Adobe/Avid/Resolve etc., FlowCaster can also send other sources to a remote meeting. The following inputs are supported:

NIC IP Video
AJA Shared Mode
Adobe ScopeDirect
OpenFX ScopeDirect
Assimilate ScopeDirect

Send the Output of an AJA Board

The below example shows how to send the output of an AJA board to the meeting, using the FlowCaster VirtualCam feature.

Run FlowCaster.

On the Input tab use the board type pulldown menu to view available sources. In the below example, an AJA board is selected, and some of the other inputs are displayed.


On the Config tab set the Transmit Type to FC VirtualCam, and check the This Application button to use a source other than your creative software.


You may need to press the Enable button, and/or Set New Config button to enable the configuration changes in FlowCaster.


In the Config tab you can also check the Burn in TC checkbox to send burned in time code along with the board’s output.


FlowCaster.live Remote Collaboration Site

your preferred site

Share High Quality Video With The Team

What if you could just click on the web and show your continuity expert today's panoramic view of the marketplace you just shot? Or parade the latest walkthrough edit to the product placement and costuming teams?

Not just a proxy, but the actual output of your editor, frame for frame?

FlowCaster provides a collaboration site called FlowCaster.live, so remote stakeholders in the creative process can come together virtually and discuss a project using the high quality video actually being worked on.

Just Point, Click, and Collaborate

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FlowCaster.live web based collaboration is as quick and easy as using any meeting site, but with so many more tools! It provides frame accurate display of your editor, with chat/webcam/telestration tools to make sure everyone's input is used in the creative process. No need to upload a file, and wait for a proxy to be generated. Simply point, click, and begin a session.

FlowCaster.live uses WebRTC to securely send video, along with time code, captions, and metadata. Participants show up similar to other meeting sites, and can discuss the media aloud via the webcam, add text comments and emoji with the chat features, and place drawings on the screen to clarify or add to the discussion.

Anyone can sign up and create an account to get started creating sessions. Want to show your current edit to the team? A couple of clicks and your editor output is up on the screen, and you can send invites as needed.

Avid, Adobe, Resolve, So Many Others


FlowCaster.live supports a wide range of creative tools including most of the industry standard editors used in broadcast and production workflows. Anyone can share a screen or application on their system. Avid and Adobe direct plugins are available to show direct output of your timeline, and Resolve/OpenFX editors are supported as well.

Add a Watermark

You can add a watermark to what you are sending so the content cannot be commercially exploited. When setting up the Config, you can click a browse button and select an alpha blended PNG to superimpose over the image. Its location can be specified by entering X and Y location points for the top and left borders of the PNG.

add watermark

Using the Session Markers to Implement Changes

Once everybody has reviewed and commented, the comments, drawings and any other feedback provided in the session can be exported to markers. The Session file can be opened in your editor and the comments and drawings are shown as markers on the timeline, matched to the time code locations at which they were made. Frame.io is fully supported, and other creative tools can also import and use the comments to conform all the edits discussed.

Try it Now and See

It's as easy as point and click. The link below opens the site.


Supported Sources


fc supported software

  • Adobe - Premiere, After Effects
  • Avid - Media Composer, NewsCutter
  • Assimilate - SCRATCH family
  • Blackmagic - DaVinci Resolve
  • OpenFX - Windows, macOS and Linux
  • Desktop - Any full screen

fc supported hardware

  • HDMI/SDI - requires an AJA, Bluefish444, Matrox, Blackmagic, or USB capture device
  • BirdDog - NDI In/Out
  • Haivision - SRT In/Out/Gateway
  • Osprey - SRT/RTP In/Out
  • Evertz - UDP/RTP/SRT In/Out
  • Kiloview - NDI/SRT In/Out

Supported Outputs

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For setup details please see the following page on Using IP video streaming.

  • BLS - (Browser Live Stream)
  • CDI - (Amazon Uncompressed)
  • HLS - (HTTPS Live Stream)
  • IP - (internet protocol)
    • UDP (User Datagram Protocol)
    • RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol)
  • NDI - (Newtek Network Device Interface) Any NDI audio/video source
  • SMPTE 2110/2022 - requires an optional license for Rivermax and Mellanox NIC
  • RIST - (Reliable Internet Stream Transport)
  • RTMP - (Real-Time Messaging Protocol). See the FlowCaster Quick Start guide for RTMP
    • youtube.com
    • facebook.com
    • twitch.com, etc.
  • SRT - (Secure Reliable Transport). See the FlowCaster Quick Start guide for SRT
  • WebRTC - (Web Real-Time Communication)
  • WHIP - (WebRTC-HTTP ingestion protocol)


  • 8, 10, 12 or 16 bit per pixel video
  • 16, 24 or 32 bit audio, up to 32 channels
  • Uncompressed, h.264, h.264/HEVC or JPEG-2000 compression
  • SRT, RIST, WebRTC, WHIP, UDP, RTP or NDI transports
  • SRT, RIST and WebRTC/WHIP provide low latency, with end to end encryption

Supported Targets

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There is a more comprehensive list at the following link: Viewing FlowCaster Streams

  • Cloud - Millicast, BirdDog, Cloud 3, Haivision Gateway, FlowCaster.live
  • Windows - VLC, OBS, videoQC
  • macOS - VLC, OBS, videoQC
  • Linux - VLC, OBS, videoQC
  • iOS - FlowCaster Player, Haivision Player
  • Apple TV - FlowCaster Player
  • Android - FlowCaster Player, Haivision Player
  • Social - Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, etc.

Any target may be watermarked with an alpha blended PNG image

Download FlowCaster

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Available for Windows (7 or greater), Linux (CentOS/Red Hat 7.4-7.8), or macOS (macOS 13 Ventura - macOS 14 Sonoma).

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Download FlowCaster Version 7.0 for macOS

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Download FlowCaster Version 7.0 for CentOS/Red Hat

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Please check out a demo to confirm your workflow is supported. Once you are happy with FlowCaster, delivery is effected via licensing.

Download FlowCaster Players


Free Player for iPhone & iPad


Free Player for Apple TV

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Free Player for Android Phones, Tablets and TV Boxes

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Download FlowCaster Player for Windows 64 (videoQC)

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Download FlowCaster Player for CentOS/Red Hat (videoQC)

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Download FlowCaster Player for macOS (videoQC)

Download the FlowCaster Google Extension for Chrome

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Download FlowCaster Google Extension for Chrome

The FlowCaster Google Extension for Chrome integrates Flowcaster meeting and review sessions with Google apps such as Calendar, Gmail and Contacts. Our extension provides a quick start icon in the toolbar to start a new meeting/group review, or schedule on your calendar. Within the calendar edit dialog, flowcaster.live links can be inserted to set up meetings in the future as part of the calendar event.

Download the FlowCaster Adobe Live Review Panel

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Download the FlowCaster Adobe Live Review Panel from Adobe Exchange

The FlowCaster Adobe Live Review Panel provides real time feedback between Adobe editors (Premiere, After Effects etc.) and Drastic applications including FlowCaster and the flowcaster.live site. The panel is available through the Adobe Exchange, at the following link: https://exchange.adobe.com/apps/cc/108802/flowcasterlive.

If for some reason (corporate policy for example) you cannot access the Adobe site, there is a download link for our ZXP installer, here. It requires an installer designed for ZXP files, such as ZXP Installer. There are installation details on the following page: https://www.drastic.tv/support-59/supporttipstechnical/214-flowcaster-live-review-panel


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Adobe, Inc. - Adobe, the Adobe logo, Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, Creative Cloud, Frame.io, and Iridas are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe in the United States and/or other countries.
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Avid Technology, Inc. - Avid Media Composer®, Avid MediaCentral®, Avid Interplay®, and Avid NewsCutter® are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Avid Technology, Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States and/or other countries.
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