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November 11, 2009 at 6:13 PM #37657cyoungeParticipant
I want to shoot basketball live and I want to add graphics and basket to basket scores, what software would be best to use? Any help would be great.
November 11, 2009 at 9:12 PM #166926Luis Maymi LopezParticipant
In Mac OS you can use BoinxTV. This program do exactly what you need. For Windows the only one I know is Adobe Visual Communicator. This program is not as powerful as BoinxTV, but with some extra effort you can manage a good show. To stream live with BoinxTV you need to download Camtwist and subscribe to any live streaming website (such as Ustream) I don’t know how to stream live with Visual Communicator and according to Adobe you need Flash Media Server (No idea of how this works)
November 11, 2009 at 11:31 PM #166927EarlCMember
If price is no object, NewTek has a system to die for that includes all the power you will need.
November 12, 2009 at 4:51 PM #166928AnonymousInactive
I will second the NewTek
November 21, 2009 at 4:00 PM #166929JazzboymontrealParticipant
This is how I webcast successfully on a PC :
Canon XH A1s (in SD 4;3 mode)
PC with Windows 7 Ultimate (64 bit OS) and quad core processor (takes a lot of ressources to webcast)
Adobe Flash Media Encoder 3.0 (free download)
Adobe Flash Player – latest version (free download)
Ustream.tv account and creation of webcasting event (with the provided embedded code you rebroadcast live on any url)
Of course you need a good wifi or wire internet connection with a min of 300kbps upload
I don’t know how to add graphics using Ustream.tv but a quick search should help you
The workflow is a bit tricky but I can give more info if interested…
January 15, 2010 at 10:11 PM #166930DrCampbellParticipant
I produce radio talk shows and am also a talk show host of
my own show (18 years). We have recently started using ustream in the
studio to video our broadcasts. We would like to use chroma key to give
us a cool studio background.
I have Pinnacle Studio Ultimate 12 and we
may have 14 around somewhere. We are using the Logitech Webcam Pro
9000 (an excellent Web cam) with good results, but I haven’t a clue as
to how we can set it up for live broadcasts with chroma key. Our
computers are PC’s with Vista and one with MS 7.
March 10, 2010 at 1:55 AM #166931AnonymousInactive
Only chromakey live program i’ve seen is Adobe Visual Communicator. It is a very forgiving keyer and does great with good lighting.
March 10, 2010 at 5:39 AM #166932RichParticipant
Hi. My company had adopted an alternative to Newtek. It’s called Globecaster. Really it’s almost the same as Globecaster, but as a split off the original Newtek company, it was named Trinity at that time. I was one of the first in Burbank to use the now Globecaster. I use it to Live switch up to 7 camera feeds and/or roll-In video decks along with 3 down stream keyers at the same time, color correction and Titles… This thing ROCKS!
It’s really solid and rarlely crashes. We stream Live events such as church services, Speakers conferences, Live High School Sporting events and Talent Shows, Weddings and Company meetings.
A little pricey at first, you might find a good deal used, but worth every penny io what it delivers.
I’m not a sales person for GlobalStreams, just a very Happy Customer-Client.
September 17, 2015 at 1:24 AM #212805mdbaltimoreMember
You should try http://www.streamingvideoprovider.com/video-cdn-live-streaming-cdn.html as their Live Streaming system is truly great. They even do Pay-Per-View, VideoOnDemand, WebTV and IP Cameras.
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