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I would use skype from the remote location into the local computer running wirecast then use their screen capturing option to capture the skype video. The pro version of wirecast allows and input to be RTMP, Web streams and IP cameras. Assuming you have that, you could stream from the remote wirecast and bring it in as a source on the local system. You ...


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How are you routing to Wirecast? SDI/HDMI to thunderbolt? An easy solution is to get a micro/mini recorder from blackmagic and pull in that second feed directly to Wirecast through thunderbolt. Then in Wirecast you can mix the program feed and the second feed while adding layers of graphics. We do it all the time during live broadcasts. Also, having those ...


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Why don't you stream to YouTube? That's free. Make your stream/"event" private. Then it's ready instantly once the "event" ends because there is no waiting period. Then serve that embedded player on your website. This is very flexible and free (less camera and computer expense). No reason to build your own sever ... Maybe eventually, but the YouTube service ...



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