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Hi guys. If anyone with experience using the Panasonic HMC150 knows, I'm trying to find out if it can stream live video through its HDMI port. I've found information that it can do so through its composite (RCA) port, but I want higher quality than that. The camera we bought is not capable of streaming live video out its ports; only recorded video from the memory card. So I want to make doubly sure this model can stream live video. Thanks for your help!
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Yes, the Panasonic HMC150 outputs *uncompressed* 1080 "live" digital video through its HDMI port; it is 8-bit 4:2:2 sampling. Uncompressed means enormous bitrates (something like 10B per minute). How do you plan to stream this massive amount of info?
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It will be going into an ATEM Television Studio switcher. It is made by Blackmagic. The rep told me the signal has to be interlaced; the Studio will not see progressive. Can you tell me which it is out of the camera?
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