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vMix is software that allows you to create professional quality productions on your own computer at a fraction of the cost. vMix gives you the power to add multiple cameras, videos, images, audio, web streams, Powerpoint, titles, virtual sets, chroma key, and much more to your production. You are then able to display, record and live stream your production all at the same time!
Vmix can be used in large scale multi-camera events or simple webcam one person productions. There is a once off payment to use vMix so you don’t need to pay a yearly subscription fee. Once you pay for vMix you also get free Version upgrades for 12 months! After the 12 months you can pay a small upgrade fee to have the latest and greatest version of vMix. vMix is a live production, streaming and mixing cost effective program for your PC. This is a downloadable product. The product license information will be sent to you after purchasing the software.
vMix is a Software Video Mixer and Switcher that utilises the latest advances in computer hardware to provide live HD video mixing, a task previously only possible on expensive dedicated hardware mixers. vMix runs on Windows 7 and Windows 8 platforms. vMix is a complete live video production software solution with features including LIVE mixing, switching and streaming of SD and HD (up to 1080p) video sources including cameras, video files, DVDs, images and much much more.
vMix Control Surface w/ PTZ Camera Control
In this video we review how easy it is to control PTZOptics cameras with an iPad using vMix. vMix 19 now supports two different ways to control PTZOptics cameras which are IP and UVC. IP controls will work over a static IP address on your network and UVC controls are established over a direct USB connection (USB Models only). Check out this great new iPad app for vMix!
vMix 17 Control and RTSP Streaming
In this video tutorial, John Basile from Stream Dudes, demonstrates how easy it is to set up a PTZOptics camera with vMix and add PTZ controls over the network. John uses the “low-latency” RTSP streaming option to bring in video from the PTZOptics cameras. Then John connects to the PTZOptics camera over IP using the vMix 17 camera control options. From here you can see how easy it is to set up camera presets that control the camera right over the network!
Control your live broadcast remotely
In this video Paul Richards demonstrates how you can control your entire live stream remotely from any computer, smartphone or tablet on your network. Paul also reviews ways you can control the PTZOptics remotely including far end camera control. Gaining access to a outside IP address can be easy if you understand basic networking. If not check in with your IT team and ask how you can port forward a inside IP address to the outside world using your router. This artical is all about gaining far end camera control and many of the techniques covered can be used to gain access to vMix live production remotely as well.
vMix NewTek NDI Integration
The NewTek ™ NDI (Network Device Interface) is a open source IP protocol for sending and receiving ultra low latency, high definition video and audio sources for live broadcasts. The protocol has been pioneered by Dr. Andrew Cross, NewTek’s president and CTO, to become a new standard for the industry. vMix has integrated with this amazing new technology to create some amazing new integration that will push the product to new levels!.
Live Streaming Control
In this video Paul Richards and Patrick Kirby review two great ways to take control of your live broadcast. Patrick mentions that controlling a live broadcast from “outside the room” can be beneficial for church service streaming. Paul talks about the differences between wireless live broadcast control with the iPad and USB connected control options with a MIDI keyboard.
As you can see Paul is able to control VMix overlays and fades with the iPad and the MIDI controller. Paul mentions that the MIDI controller is extremely intuitive because he huge pad buttons. The iPad has solution comes pre programmed and ready to control all inputs in VMix. Where the MIDI controller is better for common tasks, the iPad usually has the ability to do more since it automatically pulls your available options from VMix over your network
- Stream live video in 4K, HD and SD via webcams and capture cards.
- Output the stream to Facebook Live, YouTube, Twitch and Ustream.
- Live Record in full HD to AVI, MP4, MPEG-2 or WMV
- Support for Skype, Zoom, Google Hangouts and VLC.
- Edit, trim clips, apply effects from the live stream in real-time
Our Streaming Video Software Contenders
Now, let’s compare three different streaming video software packages. We consider all three functional options for particular live streaming needs. But it’s ultimately up to you to decide!
First up is OBS Studio. OBS is a free and open-source live streaming video software package. It’s quite easy to use, but relatively light on features.
The next package we’ll look at is Wirecast. Wirecast is easier to use than OBS, but it adds significantly more functionality and power. It does cost more money, however.
Finally, we’ll evaluate vMix. vMix is a highly powerful application, but it does have a learning curve. We’ll get more into the details for each of these offerings momentarily.
We’re not going to look at one of the top-end products – NewTek’s TriCaster systems. That’s because these systems mix hardware and software seamlessly, meaning they don’t quite fit into this blog post topic. However, we can say that NewTek produces some of the best broadcast equipment and software in the business. Professionals, studios, and corporate users may want to seriously.
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