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How to broadcast from one PC many webcam videos?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Chicilikit, Jul 31, 2012.

  1. Chicilikit

    Chicilikit Senior Member

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    Hello, I do not know where to post this question so I post it here. I have this new method which needs broadcasting many fake webcam videos from one PC, problem is after few days of trying I have only reached two videos brodcasted simultaneously. Problem is that I cannot find program that broadcast video as signal from webcam to web that you can run in multiple instantions and when I found one (MagicCamera) it cannot broadcast two or more videos, instead it just crazy mix both signals up into one.
    Do you know about some fake webcam software that be either without problem started as multiple instantions or has ability to broadcast many videos at one time? Thanks a lot for help.
     
  2. Chicilikit

    Chicilikit Senior Member

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    no one?
     
  3. HoNeYBiRD

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    have you tried manycam?

    "Use your webcam with multiple chat applications at the same time. Use Skype, MSN, and Youtube at the same time with ManyCam's virtual webcam driver software."

    however i'm not sure if you can broadcast different fake webcam videos with it simultaneously, maybe worth a try
     
  4. Chicilikit

    Chicilikit Senior Member

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    Yeah I tried manycam, it can probably broadcast one video to many different programs, but it cannot broadcast more than one video at time.
     
  5. senior

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    Video is a resource hog. A hard drive can only feed data so fast and your upload speed on most home connections is usually barely high enough to get one video uploading with any quality.

    If you think your hardware and internet connection can handle the multiple videos you can just install virtual box and run your software in virtual machines.
     
  6. Chicilikit

    Chicilikit Senior Member

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    Thanks, those are really low quality videos.
     
  7. senior

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    Well then I guess you have your solution
     
  8. Chicilikit

    Chicilikit Senior Member

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    Yes, virtual box might probably work, but it looks like very complicated solution since I would need to install windows on these virtual machines many times a have lot of space on my hard drive, but if I will not find anything less complicated I will do it this way.
     
  9. manolo12399

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    buy windows vps, broadcast videos from each windows vps, if you only need to broadcast 1 video each, check out the spec that you need may something around 10 dollars a month should do.