Live video recording-multi monitors
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I purchased a Go Pro Hero 7 camera which I am going to mount permanently focusing on my stage performance. Reason with Go Pro, it has its own WiFi network which I can control with a separate mini iPad. I can also download the file to cloud. Purchased the audio adapter and will be using my Shure sm58 as mic.

It has a mini HDMI which I have 3 TVs I would like to connect for monitor to other areas of the restaurant. 2 of them on each side of the stage, 12 feet away and 1 of them in other room, 25/30 feet away. In your opinion, what would be the best way to connect. I understand hdmi is best under 25 feet. Should I convert to RCA at some point?
FYI : I may be adding an extra set of speakers for other room TV, so thinking of some kind of small power set. Something later to add?
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Very cool idea! You are going to need an HDMI splitter (preferably a powered one), to go those distances else from one signal split to 3 in anything over 10-15 feet might result in a weak signal going to all monitors. It's only around $40-$60.

Instead of just passing the Shure mic through as audio, why not use one of the AUX outputs from your TouchMix 8 and route your mic, accordion, arranger, whatever out through it as a mono signal to come out of the remote TV's? If you really wanted to get fancy you could probably do that wireless if you had a spare transmitter that you weren't using.
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(17-08-2019, 03:31 PM)JerryPH Wrote: Very cool idea!  You are going to need an HDMI splitter (preferably a powered one), to go those distances else from one signal split to 3 in anything over 10-15 feet might result in a weak signal going to all monitors.  It's only around $40-$60.

Instead of just passing the Shure mic through as audio, why not use one of the AUX outputs from your TouchMix 8 and route your mic, accordion, arranger, whatever out through it as a mono signal to come out of the remote TV's?  If you really wanted to get fancy you could probably do that wireless if you had a spare transmitter that you weren't using.

This may be an option. But maximum 30 feet which I think is enough?
OREI HD-104 1x4 4 Ports HDMI Powered Splitter for Full HD 1080P & 3D Support (One Input To Four Outputs) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007NKOC2W/ref...wDb2NZC7XV
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Yes, that one should work well enough, it's powered. that's the important part. Don't forget to get someone to walk around with a cell phone while you're up there performing, that would be cool to see!
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