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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.


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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