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How do I get a Thunderbolt signal to a PC

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         Ok, So here's the skinny and I am humble enough to know what I don't know.


My church is starting to live stream services. We set up our Mac as the streaming machine but it is also our main media presenter. SO whenever we play a video and live stream there is a crazy audio loop. The Solution is to use a separate machine. Great. Done BUT HERE's The Issue.  we are capturing video using THIS (The Black magic ultra studio Mini Recorder)  It takes HDMI in and is Thunderbolt out. 

    I now need to get that Thunderbolt signal Into the PC machine that we're now going to be streaming from.  Another Mac is off the table. Am I screwed and do I just need to get a new interface for the new machine?

Help Please, and many thanks in advance


I've also attached a pic of the pc specs.



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Edited by WesChap, 14 September 2016 - 10:06 AM.

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