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Yes I believe you can. It would show up in the control panel as device and device (2). Would work the same way. I'm not sure what software your using, if it would have a problem though. Though depending on what you're trying to do there are probably better ways to handle it now. I use cards that accept multiple inputs on one card. But it depends on your use ...


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I'm not familiar with the setup you described, but does that adapter have some sort of iris control built into it? I have the adapter pictured below and it doesn't allow the BMPCC to adjust the aperture of the lens, which means I need to use the iris control to adjust the amount of light getting let into the camera. The vignetting is caused by how the ...


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I would use the Blackmagic Video Hub products to distribute any input to any output with no latency concerns (assuming you're going all sdi to sdi). Check it out on their website. This question certainly belongs here as it is directly relates to live video production with latency concerns. But, maybe I'm wrong in that regard. Though I urge you to check out ...


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I see four basic differences (in what I believe is the correct priority order): Lighting. The lighting on Kevin Spacey is classic three-point lighting with warm fronts, a 2:1 key/fill ratio, and cold back/rim/hair light. Proper 3-point lighting is the biggest difference between the pro look of episodic television and the amateur look of most YouTube ...


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If anyone is still looking for a similar setup that won't break the bank, I'd go with a laptop mounted cam - I have a Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 which can be mounted on a tripod, too. The quality is amazing for the price (under $80), and I've used it to record lectures, demonstrations, as well as for recording and live streaming of some pretty unruly comedy ...



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