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Terence Kearns

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IP streaming

PostWed Jan 22, 2020 5:05 am

Do any of the BM cameras offer network streaming like this?

https://github.com/imaginevision/Z-Came ... -streaming
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Re: IP streaming

PostWed Jan 22, 2020 10:12 am

Nope.. Non of the cameras have streaming at all.
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Re: IP streaming

PostWed Jan 22, 2020 3:01 pm

We use LiveU Solos to stream direct to Twitch or YouTube. They'll take up to 1080p60 at 6Mbps.

https://gosolo.tv

They come in either HDMI in or SDI (somewhat more expensive) versions. Out in the field, we run our Ursa Broadcasts at 1080p30 using a Blackmagic 6G SDI>HDMI converter into an HDMI input LiveU Solo. Works all day very happily. We found the 6G converters give a better image than the Micro converters.

You can run the LiveU Solo via wired net, wireless, or 4G dongle(s). If you're in a good 4G area you can transmit using just one 4G dongle (we use Huawei E3372), or use LiveU's LRT bonding service (i.e 2 x 4G dongles paired) if in a less solid 4G area.

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