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    Gnuron and LiveToAir allow you to have four skype lines on one machine

    This is an interesting production box. From what I understand they have integrated skype in its software and the user can control everything from audio delay to color correction.

    http://www.gnuralnet.com/resources/i...tek-tricaster/


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    Any news on this device? Might be a better solution than the Skype TX box

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    Hi Andrew,

    I'm John Mahoney from Gnural Net. We are just about ready to relaunch our LiveToAir solution - now based on WebRTC. (Skype discontinued access to their 3rd party API before launching TX) It provides four simultaneous guest connections, with return video and built in audio mix-minus (no external mixer required). Details on LiveToAir can be found on our website (www.gnuralnet.com), but people should also feel free to reach out to us directly via email (info@gnural.com) or phone (609-223-2434). We'd be happy to answer any questions.

    -john

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnural View Post
    Hi Andrew,

    I'm John Mahoney from Gnural Net. We are just about ready to relaunch our LiveToAir solution - now based on WebRTC. (Skype discontinued access to their 3rd party API before launching TX) It provides four simultaneous guest connections, with return video and built in audio mix-minus (no external mixer required). Details on LiveToAir can be found on our website (www.gnuralnet.com), but people should also feel free to reach out to us directly via email (info@gnural.com) or phone (609-223-2434). We'd be happy to answer any questions.

    -john
    Very cool.

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