Share Computer Audio for Videos while on Zoom or Microsoft Teams Calls

Our lightboard studios give users the ability to overlay graphics including images, videos, or just about anything else that can be shown on a computer screen. However, when you’re on a video call, sharing audio from a video or other application doesn’t happen automatically, because you’re only sending your microphone audio to meeting participan...
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Video Capture Devices

Video can be recorded in a variety of ways, but some users need a way to send a live signal to a computer, typically via HDMI cable. This can allow live-streaming to a distant audience, overlaying external images, and eliminating file transfer from production workflows. Normal HDMI ports on a computer cannot accept an incoming signal, you must use a video capture device or card. We discuss options and share our recommendation here.
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Broadcast Software Options for Going Live

Note: Our Lightboard Control Center™ (included in all studio packages) eliminates the need to use broadcast software. Video Mixing/Production/Broadcasting Software Video mixing/broadcasting programs can be used to simultaneously mirror a lightboard video feed, overlay graphics if desired, output a live video signal (displayed locally or streamed...
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Technical Considerations when Going Live

Internet Bandwidth A wireless internet connection may be sufficient for streaming in many cases but a hard-wired ethernet connection to your computer will be the most robust if available. The maximum quality you can stream reliably will be limited to no more than about 75% of your internet connection upload speed. To determine the upload speed o...
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