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Playout output destinations (Program Out)

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mimoLive is a versatile live video production software that allows users to stream to multiple streaming destinations simultaneously, record source independently, send the video to other applications with a virtual camera or through the Syphon technology with direct memory access.

Simulcasting (Simultaneuous Streaming Destinations)

Users can easily configure additional Live Streaming Output Destinations, and depending on their Mac, they may be able to stream to various streaming services at the same time.

Some of the supported platforms for simulcasting with mimoLive include YouTube, Facebook, Twitch.tv, Periscope, Twitter, BoxCast, Screen9, Smashcast, and custom RTMP servers. If users are limited in bandwidth, they can use restream services like restream.io to improve their stream quality. Overall, simulcasting with mimoLive is a powerful tool for content creators and live video producers looking to reach their audience on multiple platforms simultaneously.

ISO Recording (Isolated Source Recording)

ISO recording is a feature that allows for the creation of isolated recordings of individual camera inputs in live video production. This feature enables users to record a clean and isolated video source from each camera, which provides them with greater flexibility in post-production when editing the final video output.

Virtual Camera

Using a virtual camera has several benefits for content creators and live video producers. Firstly, it allows them to integrate their live video production into other software and applications, such as video conferencing tools or virtual events platforms, making it easier to share their content with a wider audience. Secondly, virtual cameras allow for more creativity and flexibility in live video production by enabling the use of graphics, special effects, and transitions in real-time. Thirdly, virtual cameras can be used to record and broadcast live streams simultaneously, giving content creators the ability to create and distribute high-quality content more efficiently. Overall, the use of virtual cameras can greatly enhance the production value of live video content and improve its reach and impact.

Syphon Technology (inter application connection)

Syphon is an open-source technology that allows different video applications to share their video frames with each other in real-time on Mac computers. With Syphon, video producers can easily create workflows that seamlessly integrate various video software and hardware systems, allowing for maximum creativity and flexibility. When used with mimoLive, Syphon enables users to easily bring video sources from other applications into their live productions, providing access to a vast range of visual content that can be combined with mimoLive’s powerful graphics and production tools. Overall, Syphon is a powerful tool for video producers looking to push the limits of their creativity and take their productions to the next level.
Syphon can be used to connect to mimoLive instances on the same computer without losses in performance. To do this, one mimoLive becomes the Syphon sender and the 2nd one uses and Syphon input source to receive the video feed for the 1st one.

mimoCall™ (remote mimoLive-to-mimoLive)

mimoCall is a proprietary feature of mimoLive that enables users to establish a high-quality, low-latency video connection with remote guests and interviewees and between mimoLive instances. To connect multiple mimoLive instances remotely the ability to send the output from one mimoLive to another makes remote collaborative work possible. Read how a video team uses this technology in Alaska, US to broadcast an annual dog sled race.

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