Ask The Videoguys - NAB Show 2023, LiveU Solo Pro, YoloBox Wireless Capabilities, Wirecast Gear 3, and More!

On today's episode of Ask The Videoguys, James answers some frequently asked questions we've gotten recently. These topics include the NAB Show 2023, the differences between LiveU Solo and LiveU Solo PRO, wireless capabilities for YoloBox, specials for the BirdDog P200, which Wirecast Gear 3 model is right for you, and adding more IP devices to your NETGEAR Network switch.

Watch the full video below:

What Are Some Highlights from NAB Show 2023?

New! BirdDog X120 NDI|HX3 Enabled Wi-Fi Production 1080p 20x PTZ Camera
The World's First Wi-Fi Production PTZ Camera

  • Wi-Fi 5
  • Sony Exmor R back illuminated image sensor
  • 20x optical zoom
  • NDI HX3 support – can be sent over Wi-Fi or Ethernet
  • SDI, HDMI 
  • USB-C UVC for connection directly to Zoom, Teams, etc
  • Full Colour Matrix 
  • Kelvin control
  • OLED screen for showing IP address and more
  • Filter thread for attaching filters

Epiphan Connect Now Works with Zoom!
A new integration with the world’s most popular video tool that will revolutionize virtual and hybrid productions.​

What is the Difference Between the LiveU Solo and LiveU Solo PRO?

LiveU Solo

LiveU Solo PRO


1080 60p

4k 60p




Maximum IP connections


6 – With hip pouch Y-cables

Power source

Internal battery

Internal battery
with option for usb power banks

Does the YoloBox Have Wireless Camera Capabilities?

  • The YoloBox Pro and YoloBox Mini can bring in remote cameras by using Remote Guests.
  • This feature sends a link to someone phone or computer allowing them to join into the YoloBox wirelessly.

Who Has Access to the BirdDog P200 Sale?

  • By popular demand BirdDog is extending the P200 super promo (which was initially just for Education) to Not for Profit, House of Worship, and Government.​
  • That represents a $700 USD saving alone, plus you get a software pack valued at $897.​
  • Offer expires June 30, 2023

I Am Interested in Wirecast Gear 3. Which Model is Best for Me?

1. Do I Need HDMI or SDI? This will determine which hardware inputs you need on the back of the unit
2. Do I Need HD or 4K? This will determine what resolution you plan to stream/record in

My Network Switch has Reached it's Maximum Amount of Power, but I Still Have Ports. Can I Add More IP Devices on my Switch?
  • If you have Remaining ports on the back of your switch, you can use them, the Ip device simply needs to have power provided by its own power cable. 

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