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How does media manage to co-host a show from two continents without latency?

There are two key ways to deal with the inevitable latency of live video from the other side of the world: Ignore the video, at least for talent or guest queuing purposes. The person is fed mix-minus ...
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Real time merging of two analog video streams (coming for wireless receivers (pal/ntsc)

You'll need an analog DVE. They aren't really manufactured anymore, but you can probably find something used. If you don't need to resize the overlay video, you might be able to get away using an ...
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If the environment being captured on a video stream becomes less complicated, does the bit rate and latency decrease?

Like much with technology (and life), it depends. You didn't specify what software, protocol, or codec you are streaming with, so there are quite a few variables. Will the bit rate drop? If you are ...
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If the environment being captured on a video stream becomes less complicated, does the bit rate and latency decrease?

so all that is captured in the live video stream is a red light bulb and a black background No. You can't get black background. You will get any possible type of noises, many shadows and all kinds ...
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