__/ [ Wes Newell ] on Monday 27 March 2006 17:26 \__
> On Mon, 27 Mar 2006 08:00:44 -0600, skarekrow wrote:
>> Maybe I should have explained better. We currently have a soundsystem
>> setup to record cassetes and tapes. My pastor wants to bring 3 seperate
>> video camers in to record onto dvd. I was wondering if there was a linux
>> based solution to let me capture all this (from the sound and video
>> system) to stream out to the internet.
> So, you don't want to do a live stream, but send out recorded videos?
> In that case, you don't need any extra hardware other than the video
> recorders. But using 3 seperate cameras will require editing the
> production I would assume. Once you have the final video the way you want
> it, just send it out. Still no additional PC hardware required, assumig
> you have the proper interface port for the cameras.
Just as a side note, there are new Linux distributions that are dedicated
fully to media, including audio production and video production. As
everything required is pre-installed, they are worth a browser. Other than
that, then technical requirement should be met and covered by a single
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