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vMix Virtual Control Surface

vMix CS is a software control surface for controlling the video switching program vMix

vMix CS is a software control surface for controlling the video switching program vMix

vMix Virtual Control Surface

by Seth Haberman
vMix Virtual Control Surface
vMix Virtual Control Surface
vMix Virtual Control Surface

What is it about?

vMix CS is a software control surface for controlling the video switching program vMix. This app enables you to control vMix from anywhere within your network. vMix CS also provides the feel of a traditional hardware switcher. Simply press the IP address within vMix CS and type in the IP address of the computer running vMix.

vMix Virtual Control Surface

App Details

Version
2.1
Rating
(5)
Size
22Mb
Genre
Photo & Video Utilities
Last updated
May 5, 2016
Release date
April 14, 2015
More info

App Store Description

vMix CS is a software control surface for controlling the video switching program vMix. This app enables you to control vMix from anywhere within your network. vMix CS also provides the feel of a traditional hardware switcher. Simply press the IP address within vMix CS and type in the IP address of the computer running vMix.

vMix Virtual Control Surface Features:
-12 preview buttons
-12 program buttons
-12 overlay buttons
-12 audio input faders
-12 audio input meters
-12 mute input buttons
-4 DSK buttons to control up to 4 overlay channels
-4 transition buttons
-4 user programmable buttons (programmed within vMix)
-Master / Bus A / Bus B audio fader
-Master / Bus A / Bus B mute button
-Record, Stream, External, FadeToBlack and Take buttons
-Smooth T-Bar

******NOTE****** The host vMix computer must have its network set to "Home". Setting this to "Work" or "Public" will block vDesk from connecting to vMix. This can be changed by right clicking the network icon on the bottom right of windows and selecting "Open Network and Sharing Center". In the Network and Sharing Center, the network that you are currently connected to will be displayed along with an icon. Under the name should list the current security setting. It will either list "Home", "Work" or "Public". To change this setting, click on the link below the network name and a new window will pop up. In this new window, select "Home Network"