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Something cheaper than a VGADVI broadcaster?
March 11, 2013
I would really love to own
. Can you recommend any similar products? My budget is about $500.00.
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(4 answers total)
What's your input setup?
on March 11, 2013
What are your requirements - are you looking for the capturing part, combining the two videos part, or the streaming part? Depending on what you need, you might be interested in:
* the free
(Win) will take part of your screen or video inputs and mix them to some extent with PiP, titles, lower thirds, etc.
* software like
($200-$2000) can mix multiple video streams, add effects, add virtual sets to green screen, etc. and then stream them out. I use WireCast; works ok, crashes sometimes. We bought some Blackmagic HDMI cards for a PC that we use to capture & stream.
* for a streaming service, you can go free->expensive with services like Ustream, Livestream, and others.
on March 12, 2013 [
$495. Plugs directly into the camera and streams on its own.
on March 12, 2013
What's the input and application? If it's all for local viewing, maybe a
HDbaseT setup. You could pull the sources into a little linux box, do the PIP and compositing in software and attach it's video output to the HDbaseT feed.
Or use a streaming server, if that's what you want.
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