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We're running a conference in February and would like to stream it.
Specifically, we would like to:
1. Provide a live video feed, with audio. Due to one thing and
another, we can only do this in Windows Media format
2. Provide a live audio feed in some free format
3. Afterwards, provide downloadable free format video and audio
The light in the theatre isn't going to be good enough to see the face
of the presenter. Pointing the camera at the screen isn't ideal. Also,
a lot of the speakers are likely to have their presentations in some
free software format, as against Powerpoint. At this stage, I'm
looking at having some (Linux based) computer run the presentation,
outputting VGA to the projector and S-Video to a machine running the
streaming encoding software. At the end of the talk, lights up and a
camera on the presenter.
1. Should I bother with the camera on the presenter, or just leave it
on the presentation for the questions?
2. Anyone have suggestions for the format to do the audio stream in?
3. Anyone have suggestions for the format to do the non-live video in?
4. What would the best way be to capture the video for later free
software based encoding?
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