|Getting to Know the Video Mixer: Basics|
This is the Video Mixer:
The mixer controls what image is being broadcast.
The PC in the audio rack has a digital version of the mixer that you can use to set up your broadcast. This includes but is not limited to:
Set up all of your edits and effects for your shoot in the digital mixer on the computer. It functions the same as the physical mixer, and you can save up to 7 video mixing presets that you can switch between. Unless you really know what you're doing, we suggest sticking to Mix Effects 1 for all effects and transitions.
Technically, you can use whichever Mix Effects settings you like; we recommend using Mix Effects 1 to keep things simple
When you have all of the preferences set for your show, you can save your settings so that you can use them for future shoots.
Keep in mind that other studio users (of all experience levels) can edit the settings of the video mixer at any time. Open your saved settings to make sure every preference is set the way you need it.
On the left are the program and preview buttons.
The buttons correspond to the Source Names above: Cam 1, Cam 2, Cam 3, SkyM (Skyper Mac), and Mimo.
If you are finding that your shot could use more light, add more standing or studio lights before adding Gamma or Exposure
|Using MimoLive & Overlays|
MimoLive is a program that allows users to create and generate overlays for your live broadcasts. These overlays can include ticker tape, clocks, animated backgrounds, or keying.
In order for Mimo to connect to the broadcasting system, the settings must be set to the following:
NOTE ABOUT KEYING WITH MIMO: