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  • in reply to: Lightning!! W3 Challenge #204588
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    This only furthers my fear of lightning. Great shot!

    in reply to: Church live video production #204317
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    I saw you added something from datavideo, and I've run into those products plenty of times in the production industry – they seem to do very well with switchers.

     

    If you haven't done so, I'd suggest you look at their most updated switchers. Believe it or not, they

    have very decent prices and are sure to give a good deal.

     

    Converters are also some of their specialities – which you might need during live production.

     

    -Ben Ivy

    in reply to: Smartphone Teleprompters #204315
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    that allows you to prop up your smartphone or tablet onto the teleprompter and  voila! You have a practical script running from your device.

     

    That's where it dawned on me whether these products are even necessary, though they do look pretty cool.

     

    I still think font and size is an issue, but it's neat to see that such phone adaptors/ teleprompters are made. Good effort, I guess.

     

    If y'all are wondering where I found the smartphone teleprompter, go to http://www.datavideo.us.

     

    I left them a few comments and questions about myself.

     

    -Ben Ivy

    in reply to: Live Chromakey #204282
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    Whoa, 

     

    That's definitely a large amount of mula.

     

    I think I may actually stick to the datavideo switcher for now, I mean it is affordable and it is very easy to handle.

    in reply to: Live Chromakey #204256
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    Thanks for responding,gentlemen.

    I've used wirecast before for the live streaming, of course it doesn't seem to do wonders for PC -at all.

    Others have also reccommended Blackmagic, I shall have to check it out.

     

    During my lurking on the web, I found a site that also houses chromakey products and much more. I was 

    pretty impressed to find that they carry SD chromakey – compatible with PCs.

     

    If possible, to all who are willing, I'd like some feedback on the DVK-200 chromakey. It seems legit, but I'd like 

    more opinions as to whether it is a good product. Apparently, it also houses CG software.

    the link is http://www.datavideo.us/datavideo-product-families/datavideo-chromakey-cg/

     

    OPINIONS and COMMENTS are all valid!!!

     

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Live Chromakey #204255
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    Thanks for responding,gentlemen.

    I've used wirecast before for the live streaming, of course it doesn't seem to do wonders for PC -at all.

    Others have also reccommended Blackmagic, I shall have to check it out.

     

    During my lurking on the web, I found a site that also houses chromakey products and much more. I was 

    pretty impressed to find that they carry SD chromakey – compatible with PCs.

     

    If possible, to all who are willing, I'd like some feedback on the DVK-200 chromakey. It seems legit, but I'd like 

    more opinions as to whether it is a good product. Apparently, it also houses CG software.

    the link is http://www.datavideo.us/datavideo-product-families/datavideo-chromakey-cg/

     

    OPINIONS and COMMENTS are all valid!!!

     

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Live Chromakey #204250
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    Budget is not an issue, at this point. What i really need is some type of chromakey equipment that will work on a PC and accept S-video and composite.

     

    Thanks for responding, SargeHero!

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