httpwebwitch - 2:02 pm on May 28, 2012 (gmt 0)
To "televise" a series of conference speaker events, I need to get my infrastructure in place for live, streaming video onto the interweb.
- 1 camera... maybe two. definitely 2 microphones. Mixed live.
- a moderate amount of latency is OK. The speakers won't be doing live phone calls with the remote audience or anything like that. But they will be reacting to interactions via a twitter feed w/ hashtags. So it's got to be actually live, not pre-recorded.
- minimalistic hardware please. If I can do this all on a macbook pro and a cloud server, I'll be ecstatic.
I've only done a little bit of research so far, and I'm not finding much helpful information. It seems like most people hire another company to do this, and it's rather costly. I'm more interested in doing it myself, and I'll rent whatever equipment, cameras, servers etc that I need to pull it off.
I'm not a technical newb and I am willing to put a lot of time and effort into getting this set up. I'm just not sure where to start my research.
can you point me the right way?