vmix virtual set
Vset3D makes use of NDI® technology, which enables the transmission and reception of video over IP networks.
This video tutorial illustrates the process of utilizing Vset3D as a virtual set for vMix® software. One of the key features of Vset3D is its compatibility with vMix® chroma key, allowing for the transmission of transparent videos through NDI® Alpha 32 video.
With the utilization of a single, appropriately powerful computer, Vset3D is able to generate four NDI outputs: a primary camera, and three static auxiliary cameras. These four outputs provide the capability to run a multi-angle virtual set from a single computer.
Vset3D is compatible with any live production software, providing seamless, real-time access to a multi-camera virtual studio environment.
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4 Simultaneous Ray Tracing views in vMix
NDI technology allows seamless integration with live production software such as vMix, OBS, Tricaster… In this video, we’ll show you how Vset3D can send 4 simultaneous NDI outputs to vMix, allowing for a multi-angle virtual set from a single computer.
One of the key features of Vset3D is its ability to render 3D scenes using ray tracing. This is not a trivial task, as it requires a significant amount of computational power. However, the Vset3D team has developed a powerful solution that can handle the demands of real-time ray tracing.
The 4 outputs generated by Vset3D are available to the director in vMix, where he can switch between them as desired.
This allows for greater flexibility and creative control during live productions. Whether you’re working on a news broadcast, a live event, or a webcast, Vset3D’s multi-camera.