2020 Streaming Video Documents

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Previous years: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019

List of volunteers. Thanks everyone!

Streaming channel: Code4Lib - YouTube

Video sources;

  1. Feed from camera supplied by the A/V contractor (HDMI)
  2. Feed split from the podium computer (HDMI)
  3. Backup camera for speaker (HDMI)
  4. Backup camera for video of slides as displayed on screens (RCA)

Audio source:

  1. Audio system feed to the encoding computer via cable terminated with 1/4" plug (one channel, mono is fine).

Encoding computer:

  • MacBook Pro
  • Encoding/Streaming: mimoLive by Boinx software

Other equipment:

Equipment Needs and Sources
Item Model Connection / Port / Standard Source Notes
Encoder Macbook Pro Peter
Backup camera on speaker Panasonic HC-V110 HDMI Peter
Backup camera on screen Panasonic SDR-S50 Composite Peter Backup for capturing projected content
HDMI to USB3 Blackmagic Shuttle (USB3), Qty 2 Peter One purchased previously by Code4Lib local host committees
HDMI cables 1m, 3m Peter
Audo digitizer Behringer UFO202 Peter Might be able to use a Shuttle to do this
Composite cable 1m Peter
Tripod Peter

YouTube Streaming Setup

Links below and thumbnails to the right bring up a larger sized image.

You can set up all of the events in advance of the conference.

  1. Create event on YouTube
    Create event, step 1
  2. Set advanced settings for YouTube event
    Create event, step 2
  3. Set thumbnail and stream key for YouTube event
    Create event, step 3

Use mimoLive to start streaming to the appropriate YouTube event.

  1. Start streaming from mimoLive
    Start stream


Peter Murray has been asked a couple of times about the setup being used at Code4Lib. See 2018 for previous thoughts. Thoughts below come from 2020.

None at the moment.