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What does Total Inputs and Camera Inputs mean in each edition?

On the Purchase Page of our website is a table that includes a breakdown list of what each edition of the vMix software includes:
 
Total Inputs refers to the maximum number of inputs that you can load into vMix. This includes anything you can add under the "Add Input" menu in vMix. Such as Videos, Images, Titles, Virtual Sets, Cameras etc. Total Inputs includes Capture Inputs.
 
Camera / NDI Inputs refers to the maximum number of camera or NDI inputs you can load into vMix. This includes inputs added via the "Camera" section or the "NDI / Desktop Capture" section under the "Add Input" menu in vMix.
(One exception to this is that "Local Desktop Capture" does not count towards the Camera Inputs total, only Camera and NDI sources)
 
For example, the "Basic HD" edition of the software allows 4 Total Inputs and 3 Camera / NDI Inputs. This means a maximum of 4 inputs can be loaded into vMix, 3 of which can be Camera inputs. If you loaded a 2 camera inputs, 1 video file and 1 title for example, then this would reach the maximum number of inputs allowed in Basic HD.
 
The SD, HD, 4K and PRO editions of the software all feature a maximum of 1000 inputs.

Last Updated: Friday, 29 April 2016 11:54:39 AM

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