TriCaster Range Comparison Guide

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01 Jul

TriCaster Range Comparison Guide

The Vizrt TriCaster range put an entire suite of media production capabilities at your fingertips, so you can make anything from keynote presentations and webcasts to online training and sporting events look amazing with quality, consistency and efficiency.



With such a comprehensive range of TriCasters to choose from, where do you start? We’ve put together two handy guides to help you navigate your way to finding the right TriCaster for you.


TriCaster Mini Go

If you’re looking to raise production values and deliver professional video content that's easy to use and portable, take a look at our quick summary and comparison table for the entry level Mini Go, Mini X and Mini 4K.

The Mini range offer up to 8 total IP video inputs, 4 mix outputs, 4 MRs with two layers and keyers each.

Whichever model you choose, with NDI®, all TriCasters connect to a wide variety of Vizrt and third-party systems over IP like cameras, converters and custom software applications.


If you are looking for enhanced production tools with 16 or 32 inputs, it's time to look at the TriCaster TC1, TriCaster 1 Pro and the top of the range TriCaster 2 Elite.

TriCaster 2 Elite

The main differences between the large scale TriCasters are the number of video, SDI and NDI inputs, the number of PTZ cameras that can be supported and the number of video, SDI and NDI outputs. Each model will have a different number recording channels, different capabilities for seamless integration of remote callers and options for graphics.


TriCaster 2 Elite

If you’re looking for large scale eSports workflows take a look at the head of the family, the TC2 Elite. If you don’t need the number of inputs available on the TC2 Elite but you’re still looking for a production powerhouse, check out the TriCaster 1 Pro.

If you need less recording channels and PTZ cameras than the TC1 Pro and TC2 Elite offer but still need comprehensive camera coverage and compelling multi-source video mixing, including 16 external inputs and 4 M/Es switching, streaming, recording in HD, 3G, and 4K UHD 60p, head straight over to the TC1.

If you're still not sure which TriCaster is right for you, or you'd just rather talk to a person, contact our technical sales team at  and we'll be happy to help.