So I still have to run more tests but, if you have an Atem Mini Pro (or if you use OBS), you can basically do what Streamyard charges you $49/month for (having guests) for free using obs.ninja

For us: Obs.ninja → Browser → Input to Atem → Stream from Atem directly to RTMP endpoint (Owncast, Vimeo, etc.)

(It’s also free and open source under the AGPL license.)

@aral Or, if you want to have hardware: Turs a raspberry PI into an RTMP receiver that can feed directly into the ATEM Mini via HDMI. Really cool stuff! aaronparecki.com/2020/09/07/7/

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@jwildeboer That is very cool (and could be great for streaming in non-interactive media) but the latency inherent in RTMP would make it unusable for holding a real-time conversation. Appreciate the heads up :)

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@aral Give it a try, It works quite OK wrt latency, in my experience. But I might be a bit more tolerant in that regard :)

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