Two way live webcams
If you’ve read our blog before, you’ve probably seen us mention Black Magic’s Ultra Studio Mini Recorder once or twice (or more…).
Here again, it’s the key to filling up those two Thunderbolt ports on your Mac Book Pro.
This webcam is programmed to scan various parts of the north beach and inshore waters and the entrance to the river Deben.
If you put your cursor over the top right hand corner of the image you can click on the two way arrow to make the image fill your screen.
Currently, there’s no video technology on the market that plugs into that port directly, so you’d have to buy an expensive converter to do the job.
Plus, you might find some good deals on older Apple products if you shop around.
It’s still the least expensive way to bring the HDMI signal into your computer, Mac or PC, keeping your setup costs low.
Bring in a third camera using a USB-based capture device.
Due to its popularity, we decided to revisit the topic and make additional recommendations to the setup as it was originally presented—which has stood the test of time, by the way.
It has more buttons on the interface, so you may not need the control computer for multi-camera switching, but you will still need monitors plugged into it so you can see the camera inputs.