The time has finally arrived. On April 12, 2012 XSplit will officially come out of beta. Good news for them, bad news for your pocketbook!
What it boils down to is this: if you want to stream for GamingInvaded after April 12, you’ll need to have a Premium License. Before April 12, this will set you back $59 USD for two years, but after 1.0 officially comes out that price only nets you a one year license. So, if you’ve got the money, I suggest snagging the free year while you can.
If not, it’s not the end of the world. At least it’s not upwards of $200+ a year, like they had been hinting!
The full announcement from SplitmediaLabs after the cut.
Final Release is Here
Date Posted: 02 Apr 2012
XSplit Broadcaster 1.0 is scheduled to be released to all users on April 12th, 2012. Some users may be offered to optionally update their copy of XSplit Broadcaster before that date.
Users who wish to take advantage of the current presale offer at 39 USD and 59 USD respectively for a 2-year Personal or Premium license can still do so for a limited time. However, this offer will expire anytime without additional warning on or before April 12th, 2012. If you have a non-licensed XSplit account and you wish to take advantage of the current presale offer, please log in to purchase your license here.
To get an overview of the differences between Personal and Premium license, please see the feature matrix overview here.
For a limited time, we will allow users who bought a 2-year Personal license before April 12th, 2012 to upgrade to a Premium license for the difference in cost (20 USD). If you wish to take the opportunity now to upgrade your current Personal license to a Premium license, please purchase your upgrade here (log in using an existing Personal license account).
Full Disclosure about future pricing: On or before April 12th, 2012, the current presale license offer will be replaced by our introductory offer listed below.
Personal License Premium License
3mo 14.95 24.95
1yr 39.95 59.95
3yr 79.95 119.95
With the final release of XSplit Broadcaster, we will still be offering a free trial version of XSplit not subject to payment, but non-paying users will be limited in terms of features, such as resolution and FPS.
via What’s Cooking.