Singular.live announces launch of UNO templates
- 01 October, 2021
UK: Singular.live, the pioneer of revolutionary cloud-based technology for live graphic overlays has announced the launch of its new UNO templates - dedicated, customisable graphics featuring a dynamic mobile-friendly interface to make adding broadcast-quality overlays to content easier than ever.
Each UNO template is designed for a specified type of graphic. For example, UNO offers a soccer scorebug - a digital on-screen graphic which is displayed over the video during a live broadcast to show the game time and score during a broadcast of a sporting event. A countdown clock UNO template is also available. Singular.live will be releasing the offering to other sports graphics in the coming weeks.
UNO templates’ dynamic mobile-friendly interfaces enable anyone to easily and flexibly control overlays from any type of mobile device. It’s also a straightforward and quick process to dock the UNO interface into OBS video streaming software - and output high-quality graphics to the audience in a few minutes. UNO is also compatible with commonly used streaming hardware, such as the Elgato Streamdeck. Thanks to dedicated APIs, UNO templates allow Singular overlays to be controlled via a Streamdeck at the touch of a button.
Continuing to champion the democratisation of broadcast graphics, Singular.live will offer UNO templates without a watermark until 2022 - in exchange for feedback and thoughts on what UNO templates should come next. Please take our brief UNO survey here.
“High-quality graphics are no longer purely the preserve of broadcasters, with control rooms full of expensive and bulky equipment,” says Hubert Oehm, CTO of Singular.live. “UNO templates are our latest initiative in a long running project to ensure that anyone can easily and quickly create and develop amazing graphics and add them to their content. This is something we are incredibly passionate about. We have some very ambitious plans, so watch out for more UNO templates to help content creators capture that broadcast-quality finish for their graphics”.