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SOS We are using an external capture card Avermedia live gamer portable 2 to screen capture a PowerPoint presentation from a separate laptop and then feeding that in as a live video source on Watchout. I am able to see the screen capture on the Display computer in the application that is required by the software. As a test, I can also see it as a source in OBS. I added the capture card under "Video In" through Ctrl-W on the display computer. I then went to my production computer and added a Live Video Media using the settings attached. Every time I go online, and go to the capture card on the timeline, the Display computer immediately disconnects and I get a "Network Error." The output is 1080p@60fps. When I had chosen 1080p and 60Hz, I was getting a rendering error. When I choose 29.97Hz or 30Hz, I lose connection. I'm not sure what is going wrong... The display computer is running Windows 10 Pro version 20H2. My production laptop is Windows 11 Education 21H2. I had also tested it with a production laptop that was Windows 10 Pro 21H1. Could the issue be the different Windows versions?? If anyone has any answers or insight, I would much appreciate it!