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comment Live stream from GoPro to YouTube or another video service
Yes, you will need a device that can encode the HDMI bitstream and start a web stream with a protocol compatible with YouTube. F.e. the one you linked.
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answered Is it possible to automatically generate highlights from video?
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revised Make video look like it was shot in a dark room
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reviewed No Action Needed How Can I Reduce Noise On a 5D Mk3?
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reviewed No Action Needed Video with person 'writing on glass' effect
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reviewed No Action Needed Using LG G3 for youtube videos
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reviewed No Action Needed What to do when camcorder angle does not cover entire area to record?
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answered Make video look like it was shot in a dark room
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comment How to have a non square video inside a video?
Any of the tools mentioned here will do this: video.stackexchange.com/questions/12208/…
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answered Looking for a suitable lossy video codec to quickly record video in-game
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comment Ingesting professional sony beta and sx tape into iMac thru Canopus ADVC 110
No, if your hard drive is internal or external makes absolutely no difference when capturing with any sort of device. I can't really recommend you anything as I dont know what you are playing back from but all you need really is a device that can capture analog video, like the Canopus. A cheap capture stick can do the same but maybe not with the same quality. Though that can be delectable if you dont plan on further editing the footage and just want to save some home videos. amazon.com/Elgato-Video-Capture-Device-10020840/dp/B0029U2YSA
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answered Ingesting professional sony beta and sx tape into iMac thru Canopus ADVC 110
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comment Rendering without quality loss in Kdenlive
The lossless MPEG profiles can't be truly lossless and the h264 lossless profile is extremly bad supported by software not based on ffmpeg/x264. FFV1 is a codec by the FFMpeg devs and in an experimental state, also again bad compatability outside the linux world. I would recommend to go with HuffYUV but try PCM instead of FLAC if possible. Be aware that HuffYUV produces extremly huge files. If you are doing your final encode and are not encoding the file a second time after your export I recommend to make a good quality h264 encode instead.
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answered Rendering without quality loss in Kdenlive
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reviewed Reviewed AE Error : Imager Buffers exceed internal limits. Decrease the memory requirements for the rendering of this frame. (12804)
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comment AE Error : Imager Buffers exceed internal limits. Decrease the memory requirements for the rendering of this frame. (12804)
It says in the screenshot that his project is 8bit.
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reviewed No Action Needed Why is my Time Ruler in After Effects displaying seconds like this?
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answered Why is my Time Ruler in After Effects displaying seconds like this?
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answered Bulk cutting and compression