Raspberry PiCam – Facebook Live Streaming (Guide) (Automation!)

Overview NOTE: This will only work with Facebook Pages, it will not work for your own personal Facebook feed as Facebook does not allow API access to users currently. You’ll get an error if you try. In my endeavors to make my #PiCam more useful, I wanted to see if I could make it connect […]

PiCam & OBS Integration (Low-Latency Streaming)

Overview So if you’ve read any of my Chew/PiCam guides (part 1, part 2 and part 3), you’ll know I’m pretty happy with the Chew/PiCam setup. Overall, it’s my goto option when attempting to stream (or record) when at a gig or out in the field. Powered by a nice steady power bank (Anker 20000mah) […]

Chew.TV has gone DARK!

Have you ever been listening to a Chew.TV stream while lying in bed with your favorite device and thought, “Man… the screen is just so bright!” Well… apparently you’re not alone. Today, a few people were discussing whether this would be an awesome idea or not and the conclusion was… yes. Yes it would be. […]

#PiCam/#ChewCam Automation!

Overview: It’s awesome, buuuut….. Note: This doesn’t work unless you’ve read and setup your Pi like described in the previous guides linked below. So you’ve gone thru the first three posts (1, 2, 3) about the #PiCam/#ChewCam and got it going and think it’s awesome as hell, right? Now think of the awesome setups you […]

Malone’s Auto-Hype for The Konduit

So in the old days of Mixify, there was a hype function. It was client-side scripting that sent to server for sheer cosmetic effect and a way for the listener to show appreciation to the dj. As we’re all aware, Mixify is no more (acquired by Chew.tv). I was approached by someone to create an […]

What to do when your laptop screen is not enough?

In the past, and still in the present for many, DJs had to worry about how to access all the information on their laptops… At least for those who use them during live gigs. Often when you’re out with your mobile setup, you’re restricted to whatever information you can cram onto the screen. Take my […]

Remote Recording Solution (Part 3) – PiCam!

A.K.A. How do I use this now??? Holy moly! You’ve made it to part three (the final stage) of the remote recording solution, PiCam! So you’ve followed Part 1 and bought all the parts you need and gotten them assembled. You’ve followed Part 2 and got all the software bits running that you need… So […]

Remote Recording Solution (Part 2) – PiCam!

So you read Part 1 of the Remote Recording & Streaming Solution and went out and got all your Raspberry Pi goodies purchased. You’ve got them all plugged in and everything powers on, now what? Well, let’s see if I can help you out with that some. So let’s discuss what the Raspberry Pi is […]

Remote Recording Solution – PiCam!

So in my endeavors to make my rare gigs more memorable, I’ve been on the lookout for methods to record audio & video of my sets. In doing some perusals of various methods, I happened across a channel on the Chew.TV Slack called #chewcam. As I dug into information on it, it seemed like an […]