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Live streaming is undoubtedly a terrific method to achieve your Youtube audiences. However if you’re undertaking it from house, it typically requires an entire laptop computer or computer system and a cam. I presumed it ‘d be an excellent idea to make my specific devoted Youtube live streaming digicam from a Raspberry Pi! And in part 1 of this series, I begin by producing an Liquid crystal show touch display screen user interface. I definitely sure hope this works …

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27 thoughts on “Youtube Live Streaming Digicam From A Raspberry Pi: Element 1”

  1. Could you TRY and up the resolution to it's maximum and see if it is possible to stream at 1080 with the raspberry pi camera? I believe that the 10 second lag time may just be standard for all live streams, right? Could you show the output video quality of your tests in a video?

  2. I've been trying to do this for months! There are a lot of tutorials for this from a couple years ago based on raspicam and ffmpeg, but none of them work anymore presumably due to something YouTube changed that became incompatible with ffmpeg. I'm looking forward to seeing your solution.

  3. I really need to get myself a Raspberry Pi. So many things I could do…

    Also, I just wanna say that if you need a low-cost Windows 10 Mini PC, i'd reccomend the Minix Neo z83-4. Less than 200 bucks, 4gb ram and 32gb built in storage, plus USB, wifi, ethernet, micro SD, all those fun things. It's a really nice little box for most low to mid power computing tasks, really.

  4. Have you tried using Windows 10 IoT for any of your Raspberry Pi projects ?? Image recognition and neural nets would be interesting in Windows 10 IoT please do a tutorial about it, it eliminates many of the features you wouldn't need in an OS like Raspbian or NOOBS !

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