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Old 12-03-2019, 06:57 PM   #1
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I'm trying to help a friend locate an encoder box to create a live stream of church services for You Tube. Can anyone suggest an inexpensive solution. Right now I'm looking at Webcaster X1. Interested any outboard encoder that will do the job.
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Old 12-03-2019, 09:24 PM   #2
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I'm trying to help a friend locate an encoder box to create a live stream of church services for You Tube. Can anyone suggest an inexpensive solution. Right now I'm looking at Webcaster X1. Interested any outboard encoder that will do the job.
Depending on the kind of streaming server you are using, the Matrox Monarch boxes may work. If I recall correctly, they can do a direct 1 to 1 stream out of the box, but can be set to feed a server that then works as a 1 to many stream.

They can also act as a recorder to produce a stream ready file that can then be posted on the server for on demand streaming after the event.
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I just placed an order for a Blackmagic ATEM Mini. $295 with 4 HDMI inputs.
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How many cameras? Do you have a LAN connection of at least 5Mbps upstream?

If you have just one camera and don't care about capturing video to a HardDrive, then use the free Adobe Flash encoder on a PC. That's what I used early on for many Red Carpet Movie Premieres. But we used HD SDI switchers and HD tape backups. The multiple camera switch went right to a PC box running Adobe Flash which is very solid

If more than one camera, take a look at this site for some good info on software encoders. You can record your shows to Hard drive while streaming. I've used Wirecast with both firewire and HDMI. Works great

https://www.dacast.com/blog/best-liv...am-webcasting/

And the Blackmagic ATEM Mini that Bassman mentioned is a very good deal. Connect that to a PC with streaming
software as in the above dacast page

Edit: I'm thinking the cheapest for 1 camera would to use your camera memory card for recording your service for backup and later for replay on your webpage. Take your cameras HDMI output to a PC box with the free Adobe Flash Encoder. To ingest the HDMI from your camera, find a used BlackMagic Intensity Pro on ebay,etc. I bought one for $125. used. Also a used Matrox MX02 mini would also work.
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