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Using a laptop is this way can be problematic and often it is best to have audio go directly to a camera and let it multiplex it with the video. If someone says you are losing “quality” it might be worthwhile to investigate what that means. First, since this to be an internet feed, keep in mind the level of “quality” end-users will have. Second, if the “quality” issue involves distortion in any way, the problem is probably a signal impedance or level mismatch between the audio origin (house mixer?) and the camera. Third, if the “quality” issue is noise then there are engineering or wiring issues to consider, but none of these should be insurmountable.
Having audio and video on separate computer ports is what quite often causes latency issues that are very difficult to overcome.