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Robert GallowayCapture a live stream directly into Adobe Premiere 2015?
by on Sep 15, 2016 at 6:46:48 pm

I've searched but don't see what I would think would be available these days. We are streaming and HD signal from location but I can only think to screen capture it, then import into Premiere. Seems I could import the live stream into Premiere without the second step? Anyone?

My other thought was to record the stream signal with a GOpro and capture into Premiere live that way.

Thanks!~


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Shane RossRe: Capture a live stream directly into Adobe Premiere 2015?
by on Sep 15, 2016 at 7:12:59 pm

The only way to capture a live stream into Premiere would be to have the signal being fed to the computer via a capture card. So say one computer or device is outputting the signal via HDMI, and then you have a Decklink card or similar on your system with premiere that can accept that HDMI signal, and then capture.

If you are looking at a live stream on a web browser, for example...you cannot just feed that signal to Premiere. It doesn't work like that. You need a signal-to-signal connection...outputting from one device into another that Premiere can capture from.

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Trevor AsquerthianRe: Capture a live stream directly into Adobe Premiere 2015?
by on Sep 16, 2016 at 12:27:03 pm

If you want to edit whilst capturing then you need something like http://www.softron.tv/products/movierecorder

There's more expensive options, that are used for broadcast TV, mainly revolving around https://evs.com/en



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