) of the camera's HDMI output might not match the TV's input, and live feeding MAY NOT WORK...something along those lines. Will most cameras with an HDMI output successfully live feed to a TV's HDMI input? If all you need is clean HDMI out and 6 to 7 feet of cable, you might want to try a 1080p webcam with a tripod mount and HDMI output like this 4 Logitech.For what you're trying to do, you don't need all of the cost and complexity represented by a camcorder. Bill I don't think we even need to go wireless though.Best bet is a cheap composite video camera for Family has a restaurant with with an extra dining room that cannot SEE our live music being performed in the main dining room.What is the best way to do this without dedicating an entire computer? Hi - you can get pretty much any video camera and TV if you get a 0 Nyrius Aries Pro Wireless 1080p transmitter and HDMI receiver.Audio would be nice but not necessary, as the music can still be heard in the room. Best bet is a cheap composite video camera for I presume you are using a USB webcam, so that won't work, you need a camera with a video output not USB, otherwise you'll need some sort of device (computer/tablet) to convert from USB to video (HDMI, composite etc).
Audio would be nice but not necessary, as the music can still be heard in the room. You will want to get a high quality camera so that the folks in the extra dining room are watching a nice, high definition image. Why are more people recommending component/rca over HDMI?
The camera will probably be within 6-7 feet of the TV--there's just one obnoxious wall blocking the view, and the camera would be around it.