HDMI Output via Internal Port
I am trying to figure out if I am able to use the internal HDMI port of my Windows computer as the Wirecast Program out. I chatted with a sales rep on the Telestream website and they told me I could output video via HDMI port, but as I do research it seems that is not the case. I specifically just bought the Pro version of Wirecast so I could output via the HDMI port as the website alludes to... I had the trial and was assuming a new menu option would appear once I bought it. I know I can put the Live output as the second monitor via that HDMI port but while that works, it flickers in and out and just doesn't look very good.
Essentially, do I need a Blackmagic Intensity Shuttle or UltraStudio to get a good physical feed out of Wirecast? It is unfortunate that I was told it would work with the internal port. I am not happy to have to purchase another piece of equipment when I was told I shouldn't need too.
Thanks for any insight.
Austin Minnihan said:
am trying to figure out if I am able to use the internal HDMI port of my Windows computer as the Wirecast Program out.
You can use HDMI port with Wirecast Multi-Viewer Output as the port is actually a display (computer monitor) output port. The settings you can use depend on the computer's GPU (as it is a monitor port).
The Multi-Viewer Output is always available in the menu.