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For those who also have After Effects installed: Fastest way for me is to copy the clip, paste it in After Effects (any composition). Enable audio by clicking on speaker icon, copy it again and paste it into Premiere.
Well in general I think we'd need information as to how exactly you are feeding your audio and video inputs into a livestream. But my guess is, you have atleast a basic capture device that supports analog inputs. In which case, with or without an adaptor depending on the model, you can just about connect any 3.5mm jack into. So a Sennheiser g3 would probably ...
First thing is to check whether your audio interface XLR input can supply 48 V phantom power. If the answer is yes, look for a microphone that can be powered by phantom power. If this is not the case, look for an adapter that can power your mic and output to your XLR input. For your use case, I think that a headset mic would be better than a lavalier one as ...
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