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July 21, 2008 at 10:59 PM #45275AnonymousInactive
Anyone using some gear for sony fx1 or other camcorder to shoot directly to internet via wireless connections.
I think I have seen some gear by panasonic cant remember if it was comaptible with any camcoder
Please let me know any experince.
July 21, 2008 at 11:18 PM #188274
July 30, 2008 at 6:01 AM #188275AnonymousInactive
Thank you for your reply.
here is what I would like to be able to do. Shoot direct through wireless connections to a web page on my site. So what I need are which componets to hook up to this. Starting from my Sony would I connect using s-video out to laptop that links with wireless network out to the internet?
Any help would be great. It just seems that someone would have created a wiless device that attaches to the camcoder and transmitts wireless to the internet.
July 30, 2008 at 6:47 AM #188276goldenoakmediaParticipant
Basically what I do is connect my camera with RCA chords to a capture device that has a USB connector to a laptopthat has a wireless connection. You can pick these up atany PC store for around$50.You want to make sure that your upload speed is adequate enough to handle your video. Also keep in mind the resolution of the video.I generally do a 320×240 at282K.I make sure my upload speedis over 400K.It provides a decent enough video that the end user can easily view without distortion or having to wait on the buffer.
Hope this helps.
July 30, 2008 at 11:06 AM #188277D0nParticipant
sony camcorder-firewire cable-mac.
quicktime broadcaster, or evo-cam.
July 30, 2008 at 2:25 PM #188278AnonymousInactive
The only equation missing from yours for me DOn is the mac.
Also DOn I like the quicktime Broadcasting software I wish I could use it on a PC the expense of a mac seems high for me right now. I understand that it can handle H.264
Thanks for the input goldenoak.
Pinnacle has such a device Im goin to see if this works.
What software are you using to keep the 320×240 stream. The sony fx1 has no control on the video size,unless Im missing it.
keep you guys updated
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