Wirecast Setup

Titler Live Plugin

Titler Live lets you add titles directly inside Wirecast.

To add a title, head over to the Shot Bin and click on the + icon. 

A new Titler Live source will be generated.

Click OK to add the shot to your bin.


Expand the collapsible options menu on the left-hand side of the interface to reveal your shot layers. The menu can also be opened by double-clicking on the Titler source.

Click on the Properties tab to reveal the Titler Live 3 Properties panel. Click on the "Configure" button to open the Titler Live Broadcast interface.

To learn more about the Titler Live Interface, see Playout Interface

Titler Live Broadcast comes with a variety of Lower Thirds, Main Titles and Scoreboards. Additional template packs can be purchased separately.


Make sure you make your Title source live in Wirecast before you push a title live.

Click on the Go Live button to make your push your title live. The button will turn red when a title is currently live. 

You can set title play behaviors using Action Buttons or Auto-Play modes. For more information, see Action Buttons.

Using Titler Live via NDI (Not Avaliable in Express)

Titler Live allows you to add Titler Live as an NDI source. This feature lets a user control the Titler Live source remotely, while another person focuses on controlling the Wirecast interface.

To add an NDI feed from Titler Live, select NDI as an output in Titler Live.


In Wirecast, add a new source, go to Capture Devices and select the appropriate NDI source.


Your NDI source should now show up as a shot. Push it live to enable the Titler Live operator to make changes to titles in real time.


Stacking Titles in Wirecast

To stack titles in Wirecast, simply add a second playlist in the Titler UI, this will create an additional NDI source.


 Add a the second NDI source in Wirecast from the NDI source list.


A second Titler NDI Source should appear and be able to stack with your previous Titler Live source.


Once they are both live, they can be operated through the Titler Live interface and used simultaneously.


To learn more about the Titler Live user interface, see Playout Interface

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