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Live video production software vMix was designed for use on Windows computers. It was also one of the first video production software solutions to announce NDI® support in 2016. Over the years, vMix has become one of the most popular video production solutions. Therefore, reviewing the NDI® implementation available in vMix is an ideal way […]

  Connecting Microsoft Teams with vMix opens up some really cool video and audio mixing opportunities for Teams meetings. Microsoft Teams is a great video communication tool tha you can use with additional video production like vMix. vMix is a video production software available for Windows that allows you to mix together a plethora of […]

Using vMix Playlists A great way to automate your productions in vMix is by using the playlist feature. This feature allows you to create a playlist of inputs and automatically transition between camera, videos, and other inputs you have created. Getting Started Once you have your input sources set up in vMix, click on the […]

External Output (Connecting with Zoom) Seemingly overnight, Zoom became the go to video conferencing platform for businesses, non-profits, government agencies, and schools. While Zoom is a powerful product in its own right, users quickly began to look for ways to integrate other video tools. One of those tools is vMix. Users want to be able […]

vMix Shortcuts As your live productions become more complex, vMix makes it easy to access commands via your keyboard or MIDI device using shortcuts. Nearly anything you can do in vMix, you can do with just a keystroke or button press. Getting Started To get started, just click on the settings button in the upper […]

Stinger transitions can be made with “vMix Video Tools” which is a Windows application installed with the main vMix application. This application is used to create an image sequence from a transparent video file. This method of creating stinger transitions is an efficient way to manage stinger transitions because the vMix Video Tools to break […]

Overlays, available in vMix, are a great way to add depth and dimension to your live video productions. With the touch of a button or click of a mouse, you can overlay multiple graphics and other inputs over your main output layer. You can produce the same look as professional broadcast studios with lower thirds, […]

Live Streaming with vMix One of the most popular features of vMix is the ability to stream live productions over the internet. vMix makes live streaming simple and offers many powerful features and customization settings to help you get the most out of your live stream. There is an ever-growing list of live streaming providers […]

Audio Plug-ins The ability to use third-party audio plug-ins give vMix users access to a massive collection of tools to help create professional-quality audio for their live productions. VST (Virtual Studio Technology) uses digital signal processing to recreate traditional audio hardware often found in professional audio studios. Now with vMix and VST, producers have access […]

Mixing Inputs Together with MultiView vMix’s Input MultiView makes it easy to design custom layouts that combine multiple input sources into one scene. For instance, you could have a camera input as the main image and then add a backdrop, an inset picture-in-picture video, a lower thirds title, etc. The best part is that, when […]


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