mimoLive 4.0b3: Multi-endpoint Streaming, New Output Management, Multiview, Facebook and YouTube Comments

Time for the next big release of mimoLive! For version 4, we're overhauling the way output destinations are defined and managed. You can now have multiple outputs of the same kind, for example, multi-endpoint streaming to YouTube and Twitch at the same time. Or set up separate audio mixes for the mimoLive operator to monitor the show and for the show host that contains all the audio except the show host’s microphone for mimoCall.

Audience interaction is now easier than ever with a clever new interface for monitoring comments on Facebook and YouTube. If you see a comment you like or like to answer, a simple click brings it up in your live stream.

mimoLive 4 also features a configurable multi-view both inside a new column in the main window as well as in a separate window for use on an external screen. You can click on the multi-view to control the switcher layer.

The new Auto Switcher layer switches up to 9 sources randomly or in sequence, with a fixed or random interval.

To enable this, the user interface has received a revamp, with more flexibility to resize the columns to your liking and a more consistent color scheme.

For the full list of changes, please see the release notes for mimoLive 4.0b3.

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mimoLive 3.2: Manage Multiple Accounts

Happy New Year! This is the first release in 2018 and big things are coming.

Right off the bat, we are updating the way mimoLive handles streaming and social media accounts. It's now possible to set up multiple accounts of the same type and switch between them for the various features without having to sign out and in again all the time.

NOTE: Log out of Facebook and log in again the first time you use this release to update the login data. If you're using a layer that uses social media such as the Twitter layer or the Facebook Likes, you need to select the account you want to use.

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mimoLive 3.0: NDI in and out!

NDI® promises to usher in a new era in video production by taking the video signal to IP making it easier than ever to connect video sources over Ethernet, eliminating the need for special SDI or HDMI wires and capture devices.

In mimoLive 3.0, you can add NDI video sources from your local network and play out your mimoLive document via NDI to other apps and devices supporting NDI ingest. You can use mimoLive either as a very powerful NDI mixer or as a graphics generator for your NDI workflow.

Some use cases for NDI:

  • Use mimoLive as a grapics generator for your NDI production workflow.
  • Convert any camera into an NDI camera by attaching it to mimoLive and sending the mimoLive output via NDI to your production workflow.
  • Use your iPhone, iPad or Android device as a video camera with the NewTek NDI Camera app.
  • Directly play out your edited video from Adobe Premiere without waiting for rendering it first with the NewTek NDI for Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • Connect cameras with NDI like the PTZ Optics NDI cameras (PTZ control supported by mimoLive) or the NewTek NDI Camera.
  • Connect any camera to mimoLive over Ethernet with an SDI/HDMI to NDI converter such as the NewTek Connect Spark or the BirdDog.
  • Include the screen content of a Mac or PC in your mimoLive show by using the vMix Desktop Capture app.
  • Include non-video web content in your mimoLive show by browsing with the Sienna WebNDI app on your iPad.

mimoLive 3.0 also fixes a number of issues and is ready for macOS High Sierra.

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