vMix 23 released in BETA

vMix is very close to releasing the next production version of the software…vMix 23. As usual it is released as a oreview or Beta to allow early adopter to review and report issues. If you want to test it out head to the vMix forums. (forums.vmix.com).

New Features and Changes

* SRT In and Out
SRT – Secure Reliable Transport is a point to point protocol for fixed latency streams over an unreliable internet.
vMix supports multiple inputs (Stream Input) and up to 4 outputs in vMix 4K and Pro (1 output in all other editions).
Uses GPU acceleration where possible for H264 and HEVC streams. 2 stream PC encode limit applies on GeForce cards, CPU fallback available where not available on the GPU.

More Audio Buses
A-B audio buses expanded to A-G for a total of 14 channels of audio (7x 2 channel pairs)
Audio buses can be routed to Master to use as groups by selecting the new M button in the audio mixer.
SRT supports up to 8 channels audio in or out. Magewell, AJA and Blackmagic support up to 8.
vMix AVI supports full 16 channel audio recording. (Master + A-G)

Mix Input (4K and Pro only)
Add a “mini mixer” input to vMix with a dedicated Preview/Output bus, Cut button and Fade button.
Existing shortcuts can be used with a new “Mix” dropdown option to select from 1-4 where 1= main mix, 2= first mix input and so on.
Mix inputs support “re-entry” and can be used as Input MultiView sources without any latency.

vMix Media Converter
Bulk transcoding utility to convert vMix AVI into ProRes compatible MOV files for use in video editors such as Final Cut Pro and Davinci Resolve.

GT Text Bounding
Link rectangles, images and other GT elements to Text fields set to auto width and/or height.
This allows these elements to match the size of the text with an optional padding value on each side.

NDI 4
NDI 4.0 support included with ability to record with zero CPU in MultiCorder to MOV and also playback these new MOV files directly from vMix.

* Added option to select either Output 1 or Output 2 for each stream through the Streaming Quality window.
* Facebook destination can now be used alongside other providers due to Facebook policy change.
* Improved codec support for video playback.
* Web Controller authentication support.
* Added ability to select a Row for each text field now in Data Sources.
* Added 2x zoom option to Vectorscope.
* Added Mixer and Lightcast streaming providers to Destination dropdown.
* Added Unselect All option when opening a Preset.
* Updated web browser input to V77 of Chrome. Older version still selectable from downdown for compatibility.