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You are about to download a Galicaster software release. This software runs at the core of every Galicaster unit. With Galicaster you can record multistream videos in an easy way. Having your Galicaster up and running is very easy:

Galicaster in 4 steps

Step 1: Get your Hardware

Each specific application of Galicaster calls for certain computer requirements. You can check those in the section Hardware recommendations.

A more detailed introduction to the hardware is available on our [compatible hardware table].

Step 2: Install Galicaster

Once the hardware is installed, follow the Software Installation guide

To install the drivers of the capture devices check our [Compatible hardware table] and visit the Info & Driver of any device or capture card.

If you already have a Galicaster running, please check the upgrading documentation.

Step 3: Configure the system

Once installed, you need to configure Galicaster according to your needs. Take a look to the Galicaster configuration guideline.

Step 4: Enjoy!

When everything is in place, please take a look to our User Guide in order to get started.

Galicaster Support
If you have any doubts or comments, consider subscribing to the galicaster community mailing-list:

This documentation will be improved progressively, so do not hesitate to make suggestions.

Feel free to ask your doubts and make suggestions about Galicaster (and its documentation) to galicaster@teltek.es.

Download Galicaster v1.4.1

.deb package

By downloading, you agree to the non-commercial license.
(Commercial licenses also available under request)

If you are looking for the source code of any release of Galicaster, take a look into the Release Archive

You also can consult our Git repository for development and source-code information.

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