From:   Victoria Sobel <victoria@showpaper.org>
Sent time:   Tuesday, November 08, 2011 2:36:30 AM
To:   globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com
Subject:   SPAM-MED: Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Re: EVERYONE CAN #LIVESTREAM
 

amazing- so great that all of these resources are beginning to unfould, so glad to be a part of this amazing effort!! see you all very soon!


ps- i know the internet wg guys have been very hard at work at somestuff that might in someways overlap these interests, maybe i'll try to reach out to one of them to liason with us!

On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 1:54 AM, cseeman <cseeman@optonline.net> wrote:
Hi Vlad (and everyone)
I met you a few weeks ago at OWS media table.

If you want Wirecast training, I'll help. It's my area of expertise
(my day and night job).
You could do this with Wirecast's Desktop Presenter which works not
only on Desktop but can send from other computers on LAN (wired
gigabit is best).

For example:
Open up the streams in separate tabs in a browser (can even be on
other computers on the network) and grab them as a group and crop them
into separate shots that you can transition to. No need to keep moving
around a screengraber box like you'd have to in Procaster. You can
setups a fairly complex picture in picture (multiple pictures such as
quad split if you'd like). You'd also be able to send the stream to
multiple locations if you'd want (Livestream, Ustream, JustinTV, etc.)
simultaneously. Also Wirecast can see multiple Teradek Cubes as a
camera source (short distance wifi, not 3G yet) but that can be a bit
dicey (as you're finding some things are with the Cube.

Of course there's computer resources and bandwidth consideration. As I
think you know there are parts of North Brooklyn where you can get
100mbps down and 15mbps up on Cablevision or, for a bit less money, a
reasonable 50mbps down and 8mbps up.

Give me a shout out if you'd like to talk Wirecast logistics or
workshops. I think I gave you my contact info when we met.

cseeman


On Nov 7, 7:40 pm, Vlad T <v...@glassbeadcollective.org> wrote:
> anyone want to connect with bambuser and see how we can pull feeds out
> directly?  maybe we can link that up with wirecast etc.
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> On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 7:32 PM, Dallas <justdal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I want to help you with this.   I have the same idea of creating an
> > army of smart phone live streamers that can expand all our coverage.
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> > msg me at justdal...@gmail.com or text me at 212-810-0384 and let's
> > brainstorm.
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> > I love it!
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> > On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 6:39 PM, J B <the1sa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hey Dedicated Media Peeps,
> > > Thanks to whoever gave me the heads up on Bambuser.  Its a mobile
> > streaming
> > > app that does a number of intelligent things with data to sustain a
> > > livestream.  I am trying to build a global mobile streaming network using
> > > this app, which will help us decentralize the power of streaming and
> > spread
> > > it to the masses.  IMAGINE if there were 50+ people streaming every march
> > > and action.
> > > If you have a 3G or 4G smartphone with Unlimited Data, and would like to
> > be
> > > involved in my local testing please keep reading.  (Especially if your
> > gear
> > > has been recently stolen and you are looking for a way to get involved).
> > > 1) Go to Bambuser.com and set up a user account.
> > > 2) Go to the APP Store and Download the Bambuser App
> > > 3) Install and login with the credentials from your user account.
> > > 4) Send me your usernames and links to your channel.
> > > 5) I'm going to set up an email notification system for our producers
> > > utilizing your accounts and set up a time soon to do a test of the
> > system.
> > > This is the first step in setting up a hugely democratic network of
> > citizen
> > > journalists.
> > > Thanks for your help, please let me know if you have any questions!
> > > Cheers,
> > > -Josh

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