Watch the complete mimoLive Keynote
#1 – Connect mimoLive to mimoLive over the internetThe biggest new feature of mimoLive 5.8 allows you to use mimoCall™ as an output destination. The gives you the ability to connect mimoLive to a 2nd mimoLive over the internet.The live demo was produced with this new output feature for the first time. As you can see we have had a crystal clear video and audio quality. Here you can see how our production team used two mimoLive instances.As another example, connection two mimoLives via mimoCall enables you to send an NDI® source from a remote location into your stream. Of course, you can start from here and create much more complex mixes than ever before. Under the covid-19 restrictions, creatives might find new ways to collaborate remotely to create maybe even movies. We will get to that specific example later this month.
#2 – Audio Update for mimoCall™: Mix MinusTo see the section of the live demo: Jump into the video to 29:42mimoLive 5.8 brings another milestone for mimoCall – more options for the audio which is sent back to the caller. Select “Mix Minus” to exclude the caller’s audio from the audio which is sent back to him to avoid echoes and audio feedback.
What is a mix minus? Mix Minus is an audio signal that is carefully designed to avoid feedback and echo in a conference or telephone interface application. Learn more about mix minus on jkaudio.comPair this with the new capability of creating an audio mix to send back to the remote mimoCall to get a powerful tool for remote productions. You can use this new feature to create a talkback channel (aka IFB) to send instructions to the caller. Connect mimoLive to mimoLive over the internet increases the flexibility for every video production and gives creators new ways to be creative.