2015 Video Recording & Streaming

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Streaming channel: Youtube/Google+

  • Using YouTube Live Events
  • YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/code4lib
    • Footage will be archived here
    • Other Footage can be posted here
    • 2015 Events have been created

Video sources;

  • Presentation computer, via Wirecast Desktop Presenter software;
    • This will be installed on the presentation computer, if any, and be provided to presenters using their own machines on a USB key. It is also available for download from the Wirecast site.
    • Presenters must install the software before presenting.
    • Mac and Windows only.
  • Presentation computer, via VGA tap and video converter; and
  • Camera and encoder (for non-presentation material).

Audio source:

  • Audio system feed to the encoding computer via cable terminated with XLR3 connector (one channel, mono is fine).

Encoding computer:

  • Hardware:
    • Model Identifier: MacBookPro8,2
    • Processor Name: Intel Core i7
    • Processor Speed: 2.3 GHz
    • Number of Cores: 4
    • Memory: 8 GB
  • Software (of interest):
    • System Version: OS X 10.9.1 (13B42)
    • Encoding/Streaming: Wirecast for Youtube (5.0.2)

Other equipment:

Item Model Connection / Port / Standard Source
video camera Model HDMI (out) Someone
Audio adapter Model XLR in, stereo mini-phone out Someone For running pro audio into a camera
HDMI to thunderbolt or USB3 Blackmagic Extreme HDMI, RCA (audio & video) in, Thunderbolt out Someone/td>
VGA to HDMI (Did not work, but worth another shot) Monoprice Comp., SVideo, VGA, Audio in, HDMI out Someone
VGA splitter (active) Monoprice Someone
VGA splitter (passive) Monoprice Someone
Jumpers and adapters Various Various Someone
Computer Model Someone
Tripod Standard screw connector, I suppose Someone