Here are our resources for advanced and expert streamers. Some advanced techniques for automation require basic understanding of coding.

Coding Video Layers

Masterclass: Coding Video Layers

mimoLive™ Masterclass: Coding Video layers for mimoLive. For experts and advanced mimoLive application. Learn how to code your own video layer with mimoLive™. This masterclass requires skills in software coding.

The Digital Story Photography Podcast

It was a pleasure talking to Derrick Story of The Digital Story podcast about an upcoming feature in mimoLive that makes it great for recording

Using Mentimeter with mimoLive

This cool video by forum user @wibbly is both a show case for using mimoLive to record a screencast and a demo of using Mentimeter to integrate

Controlling mimoLive via script

Many customers have asked if it is possible to automate mimoLive via script. mimoLive comes with an http API that mimoLive uses for the Remote Control Surfaces and

mimoLive for Broadcasters

Chris McHugh has years of experience working in traditional broadcasting. He talks about how dozens of crew and millions worth of equipment now make way

Latest Blogposts

Ultimate multi cam live streaming

Streaming with multiple cameras significantly enhances your streaming experience and production quality — from hosting interviews to streaming music jams and product showcases. Learn through this article, how you can easily set up multi cam live streaming all with just a one-person crew.

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framing and composition

Learn the art of framing and composition

When it comes to video streaming, creating valuable and meaningful content is the key to building a follower base. Once you’ve designed your content, it then becomes your responsibility to make it look good. Framing and composition in video works the same way: your viewers will notice (consciously or subconsciously) if your shots are framed or composed poorly. With a few simple techniques, you can provide an excellent viewing experience for your viewers.

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Understanding Green Screen

A green screen lets you drop in whatever background images behind the subject when the desired background isn’t available—like a fictional, alien, historic, futuristic, or even just hard-to-access location. The green screen singles out the selected color (usually green) and digitally removes it by rendering it transparent. This lets the other image show through.

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mimoLive Update 5.11

Version 5.11, Jul 15th 2021 Download mimoLive 5.11 (78.89 MB) mimoLive Update 5.11 Changes: Version 5.11 July, 2021 New: Audio

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