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What is ISO recording? Does vMix support it?

ISO Recording
ISO recording refers to the ability to create isolated recordings of your camera inputs. Typically in a live video production you'll record your main program output for distribution. ISO recording means you can individually record each camera which gives you a lot more freedom in post production. 
ISO recording allows you to create a completely different production by using different live camera angles and transition points. As they are clean feeds from the camera you can also compile additional graphics,such as lower thirds, in post production. You can use this camera footage in any way you like...B-Roll, tutorials, behind the scenes, new productions or even give the unedited shots to a client for their own in-house use.
vMix allows you to ISO record your cameras through a feature called MultiCorder. You can set up your production to record any number of camera inputs in your production. This feature is available in the 4K and PRO editions of vMix and will require a powerful system. 
Here's a link to the HELP documentation for the MultiCorder-
And a step by step guide to setting it up!


Last Updated: Tuesday, 13 March 2018 1:42:36 PM