|Live transmission using vMix|
|Windows Server Application|
on Windows 8. The video mixing software is the free version of vMix which is adding
a caption to the picture. The output is then sent via a directShow capture filter to a
filter graph which does the sound and vision encoding, it is then sent to DATV-Express
via UDP. The rather washed out picture is then being received on a Satlink receiver. It
is only washed out because of the difference in light between the two display screens
was too much for my still camera.
This example was done to show what is possible with a bit of imagination and is not
supported by the DATV-Express group.
The video capture in the picture above used a Logitech C920 webcamera.
vMix is capable of supporting many other devices and formats. The only other
input format I have tried so far is Firewire but that adds a 1/2 second delay. I am
looking at adding HDMI capture.
The free version of vMix only supports 2 SD input capture devices but is useful for
the budget conscious Ham.