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3 Free Solutions to get NDI Input and Output (OBS, Streamlabs, MultiView)

There are five software solutions (OBS Studio, Streamlabs OBS, Kiloview Multiview, VLC Player, and vMix) and one hardware solution (MG300 media gateway) to get your NDI stream output.

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Why is my Stream Lagging and How to Fix it?

The reason for your laggy stream is related to network condition, stream setting, hardware. Solutions for OBS setting, game setting, Twitch/discord setting, and hardware are also included.

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How to Make a 24/7 YouTube (or any Platform) Live Stream?

Table of Content: 24/7 stream my mobile phone camera 24/7 stream my computer screen 24/7 stream my security camera 24/7 stream my external (third-party) media FAQ Making a 24/7 live stream to YouTube (or any other public video platform) benefits your audience, brings profit, and makes fun. To stream infinitely, …

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How to Stream to YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook at the Same Time

We listed 6 solutions to send your stream to Youtube, Twitch, Facebook at the same time: OBS plus third party platforms or plugins, or hardware capture cards or encoders.

Microsoft Teams Updated NDI Support, When will Zoom Follow up?

Huge news came that Microsoft updated terms to support NDI and SkypeTx and more! It will offer a more advanced set of production options for public or private customized, high-scale broadcasts.

Notebook HDMI audio and video output setting method

Notebook HDMI may wish to transmit video and audio at the same time. However, many companions will only notice that there are only pictures and no sound.

What’s the difference between live broadcast with mobile and camera

Webcasting is an emerging way of socializing the Internet. It is popular because of its convenience, interactivity and real-time.

Encoders N Decoders for wireless transmission

The development of wireless technology in recent years has made it possible to wirelessly transmit at a rate of 100 Mbps from 30 to 100 feet or more.