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gefiltafish  
#1 Posted : Friday, January 29, 2021 9:54:03 PM(UTC)
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So as the title says, Left/Right/Up/Down when you zoom in.

Currently, upon zooming in, you can only see the middle of the input you have zoomed it. Would be nice to get some movement, so you can place other inputs properly.

Thanks in advance!

EDIT: I was referring to MultiView, when you change a layer/overlay!
mavik  
#2 Posted : Tuesday, February 2, 2021 2:58:53 AM(UTC)
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If your cam is FHD (A) and you have an optical zoom you still have a FHD image but zoomed in (B).
You can take position A and zomm it in, inside vMix. You have a degradation of quality but gain the freedom with virtual shots to position the zommed frame at different areas of the source A. Thus you can create multicam-like impressions, in lower quality.
Taking a 4K camera and doing the same you can create FHD frames without a quality loss.
With a PTZ you can simple use virtual shots for different PTZ settings but would need a second shot if you don't want to have the camera transition to be seen live.
gefiltafish  
#3 Posted : Monday, February 8, 2021 9:32:24 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mavik Go to Quoted Post
If your cam is FHD (A) and you have an optical zoom you still have a FHD image but zoomed in (B).
You can take position A and zomm it in, inside vMix. You have a degradation of quality but gain the freedom with virtual shots to position the zommed frame at different areas of the source A. Thus you can create multicam-like impressions, in lower quality.
Taking a 4K camera and doing the same you can create FHD frames without a quality loss.
With a PTZ you can simple use virtual shots for different PTZ settings but would need a second shot if you don't want to have the camera transition to be seen live.



This is true! But it's not what I referred to, I was referring to zoom on MultiView, when you add a new overlay.
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