ATEM Feature Requests

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vazendak

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ATEM Feature Requests

PostSat Aug 25, 2012 5:41 pm

I would love to have the multi-view available on the aux bus. That way i can send it over the USB 3 to my notebook for viewing without the need for a monitor or UltraStudio SDI. I'm usually only doing 2 or 3 lock off shoots with simple transitions so i don't need to see the app to run the show.
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Liam Kennedy

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Re: ATEM Feature Requests

PostSat Aug 25, 2012 6:59 pm

Feed the multiview back in to the ATEM on another input. Then set the AUX out to show that camera input.

My head sort of goes in to a time-warp when I think about the consequences of doing this (seems like this should be defying the laws of physics). But it works.
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Re: ATEM Feature Requests

PostMon Aug 27, 2012 5:21 pm

Liam Kennedy wrote:...My head sort of goes in to a time-warp when I think about the consequences of doing this (seems like this should be defying the laws of physics). But it works.


Hahaha...we've done this too before. And I had the same thoughts going through my head.
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Kevin Thompson

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Re: ATEM Feature Requests

PostWed Aug 29, 2012 6:16 am

All I need now is two footswitches
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Re: ATEM Feature Requests

PostThu Aug 30, 2012 11:30 am

Joshua Helling wrote:
Liam Kennedy wrote:...My head sort of goes in to a time-warp when I think about the consequences of doing this (seems like this should be defying the laws of physics). But it works.


Hahaha...we've done this too before. And I had the same thoughts going through my head.


In the days of analogue video this sort of thing could cause serious problems (feedback loops were dangerous) - but with digital there's nothing to worry about really. The signal just goes white at worst usually (or purple or green depending on exactly how the loop is created).

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