These buttons allow streaming to up to three different streaming providers simultaneously. See Using Multiple Destinations for more information.
These buttons will only appear when selecting FFMPEG as the application. (See Applications section below).
Create one or more profiles with unique streaming settings, for example one for each streaming provider.
Only one profile can be used at a time.
Click Add to add a new profile that contains a COPY of the settings from the current profile. Delete to delete the currently selected profile.
Select from one of the built in streaming providers, or select Custom RTMP Server if you want to enter in the streaming details manually.
When using a built in streaming provider destination
Type in the username and password given to you by the streaming provider and click Login to retrieve a list of Channels.
Select the channel you wish to stream to.
When using Custom RTMP Server
Enter in the streaming provider URL for example rtmp://example.com/live
Also known as a Stream Name or Stream. For example myStream
Input Size / Frame Rate
This is the resolution and frame rate of the video that vMix sends to the stream prior to it being resized for broadcast.
This setting matches what is set in Settings - External Output - vMix Video Device and by default will automatically match the settings used in the Streaming Quality window as close as possible for best performance.
The green lock button automatically adjusts the Input Size to match the settings used in Streaming Quality and should be left green for best results.
Select the encoding profile to use for the stream. A number of built in presets are included or you can click the cog icon to customise these.
See Streaming Quality for more information
Use Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder as the streaming encoder. Requires Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder to be installed which is free from the Adobe web site.
FMLE has built in support for H264 video and MP3 audio. For AAC audio an additional plugin can be purchased from MainConcept.
This is a free streaming encoder installed with vMix.
FFMPEG supports H264 video and AAC audio.
FFMPEG provides better quality and AAC audio support, but may not be supported by some providers.
This check box is available for most NVIDIA graphics cards and substantially reduces the CPU usage of the computer when streaming by taking advantage
of the hardware encoder built into most recent NVIDIA graphics cards, including the 750, and 9xx series.
Save all streaming settings and start the stream. This button will light up Red when running in addition to the Stream button in the main vMix window.
View some technical information on the stream while it is running. This is useful when troubleshooting connection issues.
Save and Close
Save all streaming settings and close the Streaming window.