Here are some tools that are very handy for live broadcast producers using mimoLive.

Virtual Video Director

The Windows application Virtual Video Director by New Zealand company Noise Productions Ltd. can control mimoLive on your Mac via the http API. It includes tools for automatic camera switching based on audio. More Info…

ZoomISO

ZoomISO turns your Zoom call into a number of separate video feeds, so that your production becomes independent of the automatic layout that the regular Zoom client creates. You get a dedicated feed for each caller, for example. ZoomISO sends video to mimoLive via NDI from a separate computer or saving resources with Syphon when used on the same Mac. More Info…

Loopback and Audio Hijack

Loopback by Rogue Amoeba is great tool for routing audio to and from other applications. In mimoLive you can use it for example to capture audio from a Zoom call. Audio Hijack, also by Rogue Amoeba let‘s you capture sound from any source, be it a YouTube video or a game. Both products are available in a convenient bundle package. More Info on Loopback and Audio Hijack

mimoLive super user Gustavo Reis posted an excellent show case on how to use Audio Hijack to add audio processing to mimoLive in the forum.

Black Hole

The free Open Source software Black Hole is a more basic alternative to Loopback and allows you to set up a simple virtual audio device to channel audio from one application to another. More Info…

butt

With the help of the strangely-named “Broadcast Using This Tool” free and open source app, you can use mimoLive to also stream to audio streaming servers using the SHOUTcast and Icecast protocols. Read more…

Internet Clicker

If you’re having a speaker call into your show via mimoCall and want the best quality capture of their PowerPoint slides, Internet Clicker allows you to run their slides on your computer while they control them over the internet from their remote location. More Info…

ngrok

Although not for the faint of heart, this tool allows you to punch a hole into the Internet and control mimoLive remotely via the HTTP API and the Remote Control Surfaces by creating a private on-demand VPN between the remote mimoLive computer and your computer. More info…

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