(19:24)I have a question about YoloBox and Yolobox Pro. If somebody already has a Yolobox, does it make sense for them to upgrade to the Pro, if they don’t really need another camera input? Thanks.
(21:04)Q do you prefer using the trackpad for your MacMini / MBA or a magic mouse?
(21:57)Q What programming/scripting skill or language has been the most useful for you in making the various tools you have?
(24:10)@Aaron Parecki — trackpads are also typically quieter than using a mouse.
(25:19)Q: How about livestream and repurpose parts?
(26:03)it depends. When watching live the missing focus and more rambly style is ok because the interaction is there. watching later I prefer edited versions
(26:16)and I think superchats are very distracting, especially when they are immediately reacted upon
(27:06)Live is great for being able to raise questions at the time but edited is better than watching a recorded stream.
(27:17)It's not so much distractions, it's people like me interrupting with SuperChats :^)
(27:31)Q: What if? Both? (live and edited, cuz it's fun to watch live. But, way nicer to refer back to edited versions later. Edit is high value add.)
(27:39)Edited overviews with chapters will help me go back to the video for reference after watching it for the first time.
Here to Record
(29:32)I'm a fan of edited videos when I really want an overview, live streams are great for some longer thoughts + Q&A
(29:40)The coolest part of live is the struggle is real, seeing Aaron have issues figuring stuff, or do Google searches to figure it out in real time. Priceless
(29:53)Re: Poll: Each have their place. The edited versions are good for high live overviews, but the streamed version is more like reading the manual when you get to really consider the purchase.
(30:04)I went edited but would then like a livestream a week or so later to be able to ask questions.
(30:19)@Matt Wade yeah I think that's the perfect combo
(30:26)@Aaron Parecki I think I'm not alone that we like to see an edited version (I think that's good for monetization) and then a live stream to go in depth.
(31:40)@Aaron Parecki Can you please remind me of the search term to use to search for your keynote slide show on the right side of the screen?
J S Gilbert
(33:21)When you run a poll like this during a live chat you are definitely going to get more people saying “live stream”. I’m in advertising and have studies showing produced videos on YouTube work better
E van Brakel
(34:28)Q: about the Atem Mini Pro: does the "key"-button work for the DSK or USK ?
(35:51)Q did you test the new hollyland wireless ?
(36:51)Q: First time live watcher - apologies if this has been asked some other time... What is the best budget HDMI wireless transmitter/receiver for camcorder to hdmi input to ATEM?
(41:06)@Aaron Parecki there are the VERY expensive Hollyland with virtually zero latency
(41:18).. the Hollyland 400 is rated >80 ms .. the 300 a bit more .. around 120ms
(41:28)I've been using the Nyrius Aries Pro+ which is $300 and has absolutely 0 latency.
(41:45)@Jari Hakkarainen I think Alex Pettit did a review on that one recently too. Very impressive.
(1:51:44)Q: Have you heard anything about any updates or new ATEM gear from Black Magic? Looking at purchasing an ATEM Extreme ISO soon. Don’t want to buy now only find out they are releasing a new version.
(1:53:10)Q: Aaron my YoloBox Pro program out doesnt work with Decimator LX converter. Wanted to get HDMI signal out through SDI to projector
(1:54:30)Q: Can you schedule the web presenter hd to go live on its own at a specific time?
(1:55:47)Q: what are the differences between the up-/down/chroma/luma/transition keyers on the atem mini?
Juan Carlos Alvarado
(1:57:13)what are you using right now to stream your live ?
Juan Carlos Alvarado
(1:59:15)what are you using right now to stream your live ?
(2:05:33)I’ll have a video about my build One Of These Days ;)
(2:05:36)It’s just so fun to watch Aaron put together stuff! (And photojoseph, here2record, etc, too, of course) instead of sitting down and making content, lol! :)
(2:05:54)Q: How do you deal with video delays, some of my cameras have differing video delays. Have you found a solution to this - other than using multiples of the same camera?
(2:06:10)FOR-A makes a box that lets you adjust video delays & audio delays (5 or 6 inputs, if I recall). But the cost is around US$8,000.
(2:06:20)Thanks for the shares. I think a bunch of people got some very useful ideas for their rigs today.
(2:08:20)Fab! I kind of thought that! That’s basically how I have been working around it. I figured if anyone would know, you would!
(2:08:29)FOR-A makes a box that lets you adjust video delays & audio delays (5 or 6 inputs, if I recall). But the cost is around US$8,000.