We are broadcasting a speaker live via Zoom in June. Can anyone recommend an HDMI to USB capture device that will work with a laptop? Our Canon XA11 video camera is capable of HDMI out.
I’ve tested things with our older Panasonic DVC20p (RCA out) video camera and laptop. We have a Haupauge USB Live 2. Zoom is capable of using the audio and video from the camera through the Haupauge device but the video is a little pixelated on the edges when the speaker moves.
The HDMI out camera is brand new. The department head doesn’t want just anyone to use the camera. I can’t run this webinar because of a prior commitment. That means one of my users has to run the event using the older RCA out camera. They may have to live with the pixelated edges.
(If I can manage to get a screen shot showing the pixilation, Zoom said they MAY be able to suggest a fix.)
Since I know this department head is going to want to someday stream with the XA11 (HDMI out) video camera, I thought I’d get a newer model capture card and see if I can somehow use it with the older camara and some sort of adapter.