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    Senior Member cseeman's Avatar
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    Have you thought about a 6 core i7 or 8 or more Xeon cores?

    Consider the number of uncompressed 1080 cameras.
    Consider if you use wireless cameras the H.264 decoding from those sources need more resources than uncompressed sources.

    Recently one Wirecast user informed me they were able to use a JVC HM200 wifi feature to send to Wirecast Pro Webstream plugin. That means one might be use a good "prosumer" camera to wonder around an event space without having to use a Teradek Cube. The decoding would like use more resources than using an HDMI into card though.

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    What are the odds that most people would be able to watch 1080p or even would want to ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cseeman View Post
    Have you thought about a 6 core i7 or 8 or more Xeon cores?

    Consider the number of uncompressed 1080 cameras.
    Consider if you use wireless cameras the H.264 decoding from those sources need more resources than uncompressed sources.

    Recently one Wirecast user informed me they were able to use a JVC HM200 wifi feature to send to Wirecast Pro Webstream plugin. That means one might be use a good "prosumer" camera to wonder around an event space without having to use a Teradek Cube. The decoding would like use more resources than using an HDMI into card though.
    Hey Craig so the new production machine is built but for some reason I am having a horrible time with 1080 with wirecast.

    Specs for the production Machine

    Intel i7 Haswell-E 6core
    16 gigs ddr4 ram
    Asus x-99 Deluxe Motherboard
    AMD R9-280 GPU
    AJA Kona 4 SDI capture card

    For the Camera we have 2 Canon HF G20's

    When I set it to 1080p there is a ghosting effect happening with my video. Any suggestions ?

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    Can you provide a short example of the ghosting?
    Are all your sources 1080p30 (29.97) and Wirecast Preferences set to 30fps and encoder set to 30fps?
    Kona driver current?
    Can you check the Kona in a different app to see if it's Wirecast specific?

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