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We are pleased to announce that Liminal is joining Zoom!

Over the past year, we’ve been proud to support the virtual events industry by offering software utilities to expand the Zoom platform for production. ZoomOSC and ZoomISO have transformed the way that producers manage their Zoom meetings and incorporate advanced HD video contribution into their workflows.


Now, we’re joining the Zoom team to pursue a greater vision -- to elevate virtual and hybrid events to new levels, directly serving the needs of the events and broadcast industries. 


By bringing our production solutions and services under Zoom’s ownership, Liminal’s technology will significantly enhance Zoom’s events management and production offerings. Our custom services will join Zoom Event Services, supporting a full range of advanced solutions for professional event production. 


ZoomOSC, ZoomISO, and StreamWeaver will remain available for download and purchase on the Liminal website for the foreseeable future. Monthly ZoomOSC subscriptions will continue to renew. Effective immediately, our terms are transitioning to Zoom’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.


For more information on how Liminal fits into Zoom’s broader events strategy and a recap of the progress Zoom has made this year in enhancing their offerings to power the future of events, you can check out Zoom’s blog post.


Two of Liminal’s co-founders, Andy Carluccio and Jonathan Kokotajlo, will join Zoom’s Chief Technology Officer, Brendan Ittleson, and Zoom Event Services manager, Sam Kokajko, on the Office Hours show at 11am EST on December 29th, for a Q&A session, where we will discuss this exciting development in further detail. Please join us for the Zoom webinar here.


We are excited for the future of ZoomOSC and ZoomISO, and we look forward to maintaining a powerful and cohesive development roadmap in connection with the Zoom platform.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact


Thank you as always for your support,


Andy, Jonathan, and Nolan

Liminal’s Founders

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