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Old 09-18-2008, 9:36 AM
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You don't actually need a camera. Currently I am streaming only my live audio feed to ustream via a headless Windows box. All I do plug in a cord (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...i_to_Mini.html) into the scanner and the other into the Windows box's sound card on the back of the tower. When you open up the ustream broadcast console, it will ask for permission to use the video and audio feeds. Click "allow." Since you won't have a video feed, it will automatically just use the audio feed only. So, in short, no, you don't need a webcam. For an example, you can check out www.iowascanstream.com.

My stream is currently using a spare Pro-2052, but it will be upgraded to a BCT-15 when I upgrade my mobile setup. When that happens, I will be using the same setup for the audio feed, but I will be using bcTool's remote control feature, using something like WebcamMax (http://www.webcammax.com/) to capture the remote control screen to show listeners what talkgroup is currently broadcasting. When using WebcamMax, ustream will recognize it as a "camera." But in no way is it necessary to use a webcam in order to broadcast on ustream.
I checked out Ustream and got it working, pretty neat if you ask me. Now all I got to do is figure out the remote control feature that you talked about using BCTool's remote captue feature. My stream is at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/scanner-online and I embedded it on my site at http://www.keithmj.com/scan.html another way to do it is using ProScan which is a nice program and it has the Server and Client setup system but when I tried it, it was choppy but it still works..And just using the audio at Ustream I can still use my webcam for something else but I couldn't get my account setup without a camera but once you get it going you can shut the video off and if you want to add video you can later on. I am using a BCT-15 on it now but any scanner with a headphone jack would work..I also downloaded and tried WebcamMax but like the software that comes with the Logitech Pro 9000 webcam better, which is a very nice webcam, but maybe you could use either one..Cheers..Keithmj
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