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    Stream Live Event Over In-House TV Channel

    I've got a setup that broadcasts notices of upcoming events, daily activities, etc. over an in-house TV channel. We are using an appliance made by Senior TV called MessageNow. The OS is Windows XP, SP3 and we send the output through a converter set to one channel that the residents of this facility can tune their TV's to.

    We have a special Veteran's Day program that will be put on in this facility's auditorium that we would like to stream live over our in-house channel and I am looking for recommendations as to how best to do this. We are not looking for anything that will cost us money to acquire as this will be a one-time event. If anyone has any suggestions I'd sure like to hear them.

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    If you get no response here you might try

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    There is a prohibition about double posting and I do not know if this is a different enough venue to activate that prohibition. In any event if you do pursue that option please post the final solution or a link as we are the curious types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavy View Post
    If you get no response here you might try

    https://www.avforums.com/

    There is a prohibition about double posting and I do not know if this is a different enough venue to activate that prohibition. In any event if you do pursue that option please post the final solution or a link as we are the curious types.

    Thanks for the lead. I'll see what comes up here first.

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    Wavy,

    There isn't a prohibition against posting on more than one site (it is discouraged though) as long as you cross link the posts so anyone wanting to offer assistance can quickly check to see if it has been dealt with on the other site(s). The whole idea is to prevent someone from spending their time on a problem that has already been solved.

    See Rule #14 here. Make sure to check out the link in the rule! HTH
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    We strongly discourage posting in more than one community.
    I did get it mostly right!
    David

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