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#21 Posted : Tuesday, 15 November 2016 8:14:09 PM
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Siroki wrote:
r@wisla wrote:

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The audio was captured from NX30, ch1 commentary, ch2 hall..

This makes the commentary heared on one ear only. Quite annoying, specially when your viewer watches the stream with earphones.

Do you have cheaper and better solution? :)
When I talk to TV stations here they always do this way on interviews and stuff. On one channel is speaker and another is ambient. The audio is ok on live and no one didn't say it's bad or something like that. I learn this way from others, experienced people ;)

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You can easily fix this within vMix. Open the Audio Settings for the camera input and go to the Channel Mixer tab. By default the Ch1 & Ch2 inputs go to the L & R outputs respectively, but each input can be routed to either or both. By sending each input to both the L & R outputs you will create a mono mix, and at the same time have some control over the balance between the commentary and ambient/FX sound (which you may want to set lower, as shown on the right-hand example in the attached image file).

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So on both channel in this way you turn L and R. On left channel (1) you turn on R and on right(2) you turn on L. So both channels are mixed?
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So on both channel in this way you turn L and R. On left channel (1) you turn on R and on right(2) you turn on L. So both channels are mixed?

Correct. Sending both input channels (1 & 2) to both output channels (L & R) will mix them together so both inputs appear on both channels of the output. Normally, when you have a stereo input on 1 & 2, you would want to preserve the stereo image (sending 1>L and 2>R), but in your case your inputs are two separate mono channels, so they need routing differently (as mono channels sent equally to both outputs, 1>L+R and 2>L+R).
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zenvideo wrote:
Siroki wrote:
So on both channel in this way you turn L and R. On left channel (1) you turn on R and on right(2) you turn on L. So both channels are mixed?

Correct. Sending both input channels (1 & 2) to both output channels (L & R) will mix them together so both inputs appear on both channels of the output. Normally, when you have a stereo input on 1 & 2, you would want to preserve the stereo image (sending 1>L and 2>R), but in your case your inputs are two separate mono channels, so they need routing differently (as mono channels sent equally to both outputs, 1>L+R and 2>L+R).


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I will try this next time

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We did another live stream of basketball tonight. You will see that I manage to fix camera looking similar each other. Colors first.

I didn't found channel mixer to put L and R like @zenvideo suggestion was. I am on vMix16 so I don't know is it able to do that?

Recorded match:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2x2HA98324

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Once again, great job Marko.
Thought that I should mention that I like your custom graphics and scoreboard. I was wondering how you are managing the clock, I'm guessing character recognition of some sort or is it an actual shot of the clock re-coloured?


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Also, I can't remember which edition first provided support for L and R channels in the Audio Mixer, but I thought it was well before vMix 17...
Have you tried clicking on the cog wheel of the Input in the Audio Mixer window?


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Once again, great job Marko.
Thought that I should mention that I like your custom graphics and scoreboard. I was wondering how you are managing the clock, I'm guessing character recognition of some sort or is it an actual shot of the clock re-coloured?


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Hi Ice,
thank you for reply. I shot clock with cheap dvi camera and insert it in vMix over USB like web camera. Than I make multi view and crop and position it on place where I want it. Than I go to camera input settings (cog wheel) and play little with lumia key, white strech, black strech, saturation and setup clock. :)) Simple as that

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Also, I can't remember which edition first provided support for L and R channels in the Audio Mixer, but I thought it was well before vMix 17...
Have you tried clicking on the cog wheel of the Input in the Audio Mixer window?


Ice


I tried a lot of buttons but didn't manage to find it. Tonight we are doing volleyball so I will check your suggestion

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Today we stream basketball to youtube for local TV station that will play recorded match one hour after the game is finished. It's some kind of test before we go live on TV

Basketball Cup semifinal game, 6:00 PM today, you can watch it here

http://www.hercegovinalive.com/...temid=100018&lang=hr

or youtube player:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hhxNs0KNIY


https://www.facebook.com/HercegovinaLive/


2 cameras, 720p, custom graphics, commentary

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We did a nice job. The game was on TV program and will be again today.

Recorded match:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hhxNs0KNIY
https://www.facebook.com/HercegovinaLive/


Crew on half time:
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Today we stream basketball to youtube for local TV station that will play recorded match one hour after the game is finished. It's some kind of test before we go live on TV


vMix is great for this, we show our local football teams matches (both home and away) live on a local tv channel aswell. Even with 4G we get great quality even for tv.
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New basketball season, new streaming demand:
All the same, one camera, 720p, 2mbits, custom graphics:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAzo0Exw2dU

All home games thru season streaming live

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Basketball Cup finals
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATDDw20TaZo

Worked for TV station with 3 cameras (the 3rd on the floor was different brand so it doesn't look so good)
1080p, 3 cameras, commentary, atem tv studio, custom graphics made by me and input them over hdmi in atem with my pc Intensity pro output (external output vMix), crew communication
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