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ffmpeg performance degrades over time

I am using a Pi Zero W with the Pi camera (noir) to stream live to Youtube using ffmpeg. The command line I am using is: raspivid -o - -t 0 -h 720 -w 1296 -fps 24 -b 6000000 | ./ffmpeg -ar 44100 -ac ...
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Live stream to Youtube - sound sync

I have Raspberry pi 3 model b. I stream video and sound (from dedicated camera + usb sound card) to Youtube by command: raspivid -o - -t 0 -vf -hf -fps 30 -b 600000 | ffmpeg -i pipe: -f alsa -ac 1 -i ...
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YouTube Streaming with Raspberry Pi 3

Using the following tutorial to broadcast to YouTube Live. Looks like the stream is working on the Pi end, and even YouTube's account page has a little green light saying that it's receiving data from ...
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Iceweasel very slow when running youtube fullscreen

I am using RPi3, with Raspbian minimal + i3wm + iceweasel, with a 1080p monitor. When I watch youtube (720p, about 1.5 hour long), if not full screen everything runs just fine. However, once I switch ...
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Streaming USB Webcam to YouTube Live - Raspberry Pi

all new here. Hoping someone can help. I am trying to Stream a USB webcam to YouTube Live Events but having difficulty. I followed:
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How to remove "YouTube video Player'" hover message in Chromium fullscreen

I'm using a Raspberry Pi for a Digital Signage project for university. I have a small issue with a hover hint box (I don't know the correct name) showing when Chromium plays YouTube Fullscreen. I had ...
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Chromium (Media Edition) Problems

I gave two raspberry pi 4s (8 GB RAM) as a gift (I generally use Linux but am fairly new to these :) ), and wanted to watch Netflix and Youtube on them (for example). Yet Youtube has a lot of screen ...
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