“Streaming Two Cameras (Satellite Camera)” Roland GO:LIVECAST #04

“Streaming Two Cameras (Satellite Camera)” Roland GO:LIVECAST #04


Streaming Two Cameras (Satellite Camera) An example setup using a satellite camera Connecting a Satellite Camera The app must be installed both on the main camera smartphone and on the satellite camera smartphone. Both the main camera smartphone and the satellite camera smartphone must be connected to the same Wi-Fi. Setting-Up the Satellite Camera (Pairing) Connect the smartphone that you’re using as the main camera to the GO:LIVECAST, and start the app. On the satellite camera smartphone, start the app. Tap [Satellite Camera]. The paring begins automatically. When pairing is successful, the name of the satellite camera smartphone appears in the main camera smartphone’s satellite camera setting screen. Using the Tethering Function to Connect the Satellite Camera By using the tethering function of your smartphone, you can use a satellite camera even in a situation where there’s no Wi-Fi router (base station), such as when you’re outdoors (iOS only). Turn the Tethering Function ON that you’re using as the main camera. Select the main camera in the satellite camera smartphone’s Wi-Fi settings screen. Adjusting the Display Position of the Satellite Camera Video Tap [Satellite Camera] to adjust the display position for the satellite camera. You can access the satellite camera’s video by pressing [Satellite Camera] on this unit.

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