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    how to setup a local live stream

    by j.demoso ·

    I’m looking for options on how to setup a local live stream. I want to have a presenter at one end of the room being recorded with an iPad, webcam, video camera and then have that shown live video and audio on a TV at the other end of the room. Any ideas are appreciated!

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    • #4021775
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      Re: local live stream

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to how to setup a local live stream

      My first thought is Chromecast, although a hdmi-cable might work also. It’s more dependent on the sending device than on the TV.

      • #4021781

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        by j.demoso ·

        In reply to Re: local live stream

        Yeah I thought about casting or airplaying but its only going to send video no audio unless I set the device to record in which case I’m time limited by storage amount. Plus it won’t be a clean feed. You will see the focus lines, blinking red record button, image options, etc…

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      by johnsnow999 ·

      In reply to how to setup a local live stream

      There are a few different ways to set up a local live stream, depending on what type of streaming you’re looking to do and what equipment you have available. Here are a few general steps to get started:

      Decide on a streaming software or platform to use. Some popular options include OBS (Open Broadcasting Software), XSplit, and Streamlabs. These programs allow you to capture video and audio from your computer and send it to a streaming service like YouTube or Twitch.

      Connect your camera and any other video equipment you want to use to your computer. You’ll need a USB or HDMI cable to do this.

      Configure your streaming software to recognize your camera as a video source. This will vary depending on the program you’re using, but generally you’ll need to go into the settings or preferences and add your camera as a new source.

      Set up your audio source. You can use your computer’s built-in microphone or an external microphone if you have one. Configure the streaming software to recognize your audio source in the same way you did for the video source.

      Configure the settings for your stream. This might include setting the resolution and frame rate, as well as the bitrate for the video and audio.

      Go live! Start the stream and share the link to your stream with others so they can watch it.

      It’s a general idea, you can adjust the setup according to the streaming software and platform you use, for the specific instructions you can refer to the documentation or tutorials of the software.

      • #4021873
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        Re: streaming

        by kees_b ·

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        It seems quite a detour to send a video from a camera to a TV in the same room via your Internet-provider. Or can you use a localhost-link with such software?

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          by j.demoso ·

          In reply to Re: streaming

          So I’m not looking to send the video over the internet. I want to send video and audio straight from the camera to TV. Either over local network, wired cables, Airplay, cast, etc….

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