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If your computer has this device then you might not need anything else. However, many audio cards do not offer this feature.There are several ways to solve this: 1) If you have a system in which you can replace the audio card, buy a card that has this feature.You can zoom in the Unit Telescopes, Auxiliary Telescopes, the VLT Survey Telescope (VST), Cerro Armazones (home of the ELT) and even the distant volcano Llullaillaco (at an amazing distance of 190 km from Paranal). On extremely clear days the magnificent 6739-metre volcano Llullaillaco is visible in the background of this photograph.Note that the Moon at times can be so bright that night almost looks like day. It is an amazing 190 kilometres away on the border with Argentina.
You can also try changing the i VGA Pro image quality (by clicking on the gear icon) to help with reducing the bandwidth to keep up the audio quality and the frame rate.
When you are finished using i VGA Pro, you can set the default audio settings back to your Speaker and Microphone to get audio out of your soundcard like would normally happen.
Use wired Gigabit Ethernet as your connection between the i VGA Pro client and the Tri Caster when possible.
When the computer is set to use VB Cable Input as the sound card, you will not hear audio come out of the computer speakers. Next we need to set our default recording device to the VB Cable Output. You will see a list of all of the recording devices available on your system.
Right click on the device called “CABLE Output” and choose the option called “Set as Default Device.” Once you have done this, there will be a green checkmark on the “CABLE Output” device.
The live webcam offers high-resolution views of the Chajnantor plateau, located at 5000 meters above sea level in the Atacama Desert in Chile.