How can I add text or title to a live video?

Please, how can i add text or title to a live video (event or church service) am capturing and transmit or export my it to a screen for viewers to see?
Message was edited by: Kevin Monahan Title was changed.

Do you wish to add Titles to a live feed, in real-time?
If so, then you will probably looking at a hardware mixing console/switcher, with character generation capabilities.
Good luck,
Hunt

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