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Nicky B

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Live stream church service with zoom added(user friendly)
« on: April 22, 2021, 11:57:01 am »

Hi, just struggling to find a solution for the following that is user friendly,
We currently have a Soundcraft Ui24 feeding an ATEM blackmagic, 3 PTZs and a static camera. Software is Vmix then livestreamed to Zoom and via restream Facebook and Youtube, so far so good. What we need to do now is allow a zoom caller far end to be able to make a reading to the room (church) and be heard over the PA in house(no auxes left so will use headphone jack to connect to PA) but also heard on the live streams without causing a feed back loop. is it possible to strip the zoom audio out without just asking the reader to turn off the camera? This needs to be controlled at the sound desk too so will use an audio HDMI stripper to get a feed that way.  Any solutions for this without me potentially over thinking it?! thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2021, 12:01:19 pm »

Hi, just struggling to find a solution for the following that is user friendly,
We currently have a Soundcraft Ui24 feeding an ATEM blackmagic, 3 PTZs and a static camera. Software is Vmix then livestreamed to Zoom and via restream Facebook and Youtube, so far so good. What we need to do now is allow a zoom caller far end to be able to make a reading to the room (church) and be heard over the PA in house(no auxes left so will use headphone jack to connect to PA) but also heard on the live streams without causing a feed back loop. is it possible to strip the zoom audio out without just asking the reader to turn off the camera? This needs to be controlled at the sound desk too so will use an audio HDMI stripper to get a feed that way.  Any solutions for this without me potentially over thinking it?! thanks!

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