This post exists to collect my notes on displaying a USB webcam on the Raspberry Pi HDMI outputs. This is not the same as streaming the webcam (easy), and this is not for use with the Raspberry Pi camera module. This is specifically for USB UVC webcams.
There are a handful of interesting USB webcams out there, which naturally work great with a computer. But what if you want to combine video from a USB webcam with your HDMI cameras in a video switcher like the ATEM Mini?
It took me almost an hour to add timestamps to my nearly 4 hour livestream all about the ATEM Mini Pro from yesterday! We covered everything from the ground up including basic switching and transitions, audio, adding custom graphics and more!
I had a chance to try out the brand new Hollyland Cosmo C1 wireless HDMI/SDI transmitter while I've been in Düsseldorf! The new model is super low latency and has SDI in and out, so this will integrate great with my studio back at home too. Thanks to Hollyland for sending me to this to review! I'll be talking about it in more detail on my next livestream on Sunday!
I got @speedify running on a #YoloBox! Check out the link in my bio for the step by step how-to video!
Why might you want to do this? Speedify lets you bond multiple internet connections for faster and more reliable livestreams, and since the yolobox has LTE, WiFi and Ethernet, it's amazing to be able to run Speedify directly to take advantage of all those connections at the same time!
Thanks to @yololivtech for sending me these to review, and thanks to @speedify for the premium account to test this out!
Join me at the top of the hour for a joint livestream with @PhotoJoseph to learn how to use the ATEM Streaming Bridge to bring in a high quality video feed for remote interviews! https://youtu.be/aIztuFLGbX8
Last week @tgcallaway joined my livestream and we chatted about lighting! I just published a video explaining the setup I used to bring him into my studio remotely using the new Interview Mode from @ecammtweets and an ATEM Mini!