Avast software is a live streaming software company, and it recently introduced a new streaming video streaming app called Avast Live.
The company says it has been building the app since 2015.
The app lets users stream live video from up to two screens at once using an Internet connection and is compatible with any Windows or Mac OS X computer.
It can even stream to a Roku box and Chromecast.
The software works on iOS, Android, Windows, and Ubuntu.
The apps also have a built-in Webcam feature, which can capture live video and post it on YouTube, Facebook, or other social media sites.
The Avast app can stream video at up to 1080p resolution, though it says it’s capable of scaling to 1080×720 and 720p resolution.
Avast also has a feature called “video overlay,” which lets users create “layers” on the screen, making it easier to zoom in on images or other content.
The live video streaming feature is supported by Avast’s new Avast Cloud service.
Avasts cloud service offers live streaming video and audio editing for up to five people.
Avaster also recently added support for iOS and Android devices, as well as Windows 10 PCs.
We’ve reached out to Avast for comment on the Live streaming feature and we’ll update this story if we hear back.