For the latest installment of our vMix Bootcamp series, we explore the best ways to utilize Dante audio while operating vMix.
vMix is a software vision mixer developed by StudioCoast that allows users to switch inputs, mix audio, record outputs, and live stream cameras, videos files, audio, and more, in resolutions of up to 4K.
Dante audio, developed by Audinate, is a combination of software, hardware, and network protocols that delivers uncompressed, multi-channel, low-latency digital audio over a standard Ethernet network.
For those of you who may be unfamiliar with vMix Boot Camp, our YouTube series looks to advance the vMix learning curve and show producers how to build a show from front to back, combine remote and on-prem production and generally learn some of the best ways to utilize this powerful remote production tool.
You can download assets to follow along during the Boot Camp below:
The two major system requirements for vMix are Windows 7 or higher and a DirectX 10 compatible graphics card. Minimum 2Ghz Dual-Core Processor is required (though an Intel Core i7 Processor 3Ghz+ is preferred) along with 2GB DDR3 memory. You'll also want a 7200 RPM Hard Drive for recordings.