Using a HD-SDI TeleScope for Live Streaming

Written by on December 12, 2017

In Episode 20 of StreamGeeks, we connect our backyard telescopes to a PTZOptics ZCAM-VL (Variable Lens) live streaming camera via HD-SDI and/or IP Streaming to our vMix video production. Every 10 episodes we have a BIG giveaway and this week we are giving away a 4K HDMI to USB 3.0 frame grabber. This week we included our pre-show in the on-demand video because it was planned out and we think very entertaining.

Tie Fighter Virtual Set

Tie Fighter Virtual Set

We used our ReflecMedia green screen to with two setup virtual set ideas to create a Space themed video production. The first part of the pre-show is a video of deep space with a PNG file showing the inside window of a Star Wars Tie Fighter. The second part of the preshow has a real 4K virtual set of the outside of a Star Wars Tie Fighter allowing us to zoom in and out of the virtual set in 1080p quality. I know a lot of you have been asking about a show dedicated to virtual sets and green screen applications, so don’t worry it’s coming. As you may know, if you join our Facebook User group there is a pack of free virtual sets you can use to get started!

Wide Angle TeleScope Live Streaming Lens

Wide Angle TeleScope Live Streaming Lens

Once the show starts we review our feature topic in detail reviewing how to connect a variable lens PTZOptics ZCAM to a telescope for video streaming. We hope you enjoy this show!

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