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Hi,
my goal is to set my laptop to play live video from a DV camera but play it back with a 20 second delay

i found this software which is for the exact purpose i want, but i need a mac version as i dont really want to dual boot and parallels dosn't support firewire

vidback

i have a macbook pro and a sony DV camera

anyone have any suggestions how i could achieve this i would be most gratefull

Nigel
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Maybe Apple's Streaming Server.
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thanks never thought of doing it that way, need to work out how to control the length of delay, currently about 3-6 seconds depending on the quality settings but this does work

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