Hello Phantom Pilots, I am new to the forum and request your help... I am using a Phantom 4 (Adv) for filmmaking, and also wish to use it for livestream broadcasts. Am going to purchase an HDMI output module for that purpose. However, I would rather not have the controller I am using to fly be teathered to my livestream setup by the HDMI cable. Was theorizing that if I had a second controller, and that controller could be put in a "receive-only" mode, I could perhaps put the HDMI output module on that second controller and place it right next to the livestream equipment. I would be able to move around a bit with the primary (fully two-way) controller, and the second controller would receive and forward the video stream but not be able to interfere with the flying control at all. I've read lots of posts and blogs on forums, etc. but have not seen anything like what I am proposing, or any way to disable the transmit function on a controller while leaving its receive capability intact. We did this with drone controllers in the military to allow multiple units to receive downlink video while only one had control of the drone. Any thoughts?