OnTheAir WebLink is a multi-web page broadcast video solution. Built to output web pages in video standards, even as you multitask in other applications. Leveraging the video engine of OnTheAir products, WebLink supports external keying and resolutions up to 8K.
OnTheAir WebLink supports HTML 5 transparent backgrounds, perfect for web-based graphic engines like Singular. Or use background settings to add a background to existing pages.
Broadcast dynamic web pages into video standards like SDI, HDMI, or SMPTE 2110, using supported devices. Or simply output to NDI. OnTheAir WebLink gives you a reliable output that maintains video aspect ratio and frame rate.
OnTheAir WebLink comes with four channels, allowing multiple webpage outputs - each with their own settings.
Support is included in our permanent licenses. There are no recurring fees.
Softron has a worldwide network of highly skilled specialists to help you.
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Make sure to test with our free DEMO version available for download before purchasing so you are sure it fits your need. In DEMO mode, the application will burn a blue frame in the recorded file or at output at some intervals. After your test, you will keep on using the same application.
|Supported Mac computers||
Intel Processors: All
Apple Silicon Processors: All
|Recommended RAM||4 GB.|
|Supported Graphics Cards||All are supported, no specific requirement. A graphics card that supports Metal is recommended.|
|Number of license required||One license required for up to four outputs.|
|Limitations with some websites log in||OnTheAir WebLink uses an embedded browser. There may be limitations logging into some websites. For example it is not possible to log in to all Google services (including YouTube).|
|About playing protected content||For obvious copyright reasons, it is not possible to play protected content from OnTheAir WebLink. You won't be able to play protected videos on YouTube (note that some videos are not protected), nor play videos on VOD services.|
We know that some of our users can not upgrade their macOS very often. This is why Softron tries to maintain compatibility with older versions of macOS as much as possible, but it is not always possible to achieve. Because Operating Systems are usually significantly improved over previous versions, Softron must use many of the more capable built-in functionalities inherent in Apple's latest OS releases. Failing to do so would mean that Softron software would essentially be blocked from using the new Frameworks provided in the OS. For this reason, Softron's free support is provided only on the current and previous macOS versions. Also, most of our tests will be done on these macOS versions, and only basic tests will be done on the previous OS. We will always try to help, but in some cases, the best solution is to upgrade your macOS to a more recent version.
Softron does not warrant that these recommended configurations will always meet specific user requirements. They are intended as guidelines and are based on extensive testing that Softron has done, they can be changed without notice. Hardware, drivers, software and operating systems change regularly and we advise users and prospective users to evaluate their requirements in their specific environment/workflow using Softron demo licenses that are available for downloading from Softron's web site.
Once downloaded, unzip the file, and drag and drop the application in your "Applications" folder.
Warning! Do NOT run OnTheAir WebLink from your downloads folder or it will be quarantined. Always drag and drop from the Downloads folder to the Applications folder before using it.
Just download the latest version and replace your previous version. It is always recommended to run extensive tests with your specific workflow and setup before putting a new version in production. You can use a free demo version for that on a separate computer. Previous legacy versions are available from the general downloads page.
You do not need to deactivate and reactivate your serial number when updating your Softron software. Read the following article to know when to deactivate.
This software uses code of FFmpeg, licensed under the LGPLv2.1 and its source can be downloaded here.