Vset3D and vMix

In this video, we’ll explore how you can seamlessly integrate these two software solutions to enhance your live video productions


Optimal performance:

Before we dive in, it’s essential to note that Vset3D and vMix should run on two different computers. This setup ensures optimal performance and flexibility.

One computer runs Vset3D for creating stunning virtual sets, while the other hosts vMix for video production and streaming.


Chroma keying:

First, let’s talk about chroma keying. Whether you prefer doing it in vMix or Vset3D, the choice is yours.

vMix offers robust chroma key capabilities. You can fine-tune your green screen settings to perfection.

Once your chroma keying is set, you can send the video feed with alpha transparency from vMix to Vset3D using the power of NDI.

For more advanced settings, you can also perform chroma keying directly in Vset3D

Another option, is to perform chroma keying externally with a powerful device such as the Blackmagic Design Ultimatte, and send the matt and fill signals to Vset3D.


Media playback:

Now, let’s talk about media playback. You have options here as well.

vMix allows you to play media files seamlessly during your production. It’s perfect for adding videos, graphics, and more to your live show.

And guess what? You can send those media files from vMix to Vset3D through NDI, making integration a breeze.

But wait, there’s more! Vset3D also comes with its own media player, allowing you to play content directly within the software.


Multi Camera:

You can send several Vset3D outputs to vMix through NDI, giving you the flexibility to switch between different scenes or camera angles seamlessly.



In conclusion, the vMix/Vset3D workflow offers a seamless and powerful solution for your live video productions.

Whether it’s chroma keying, media playback, multiple outputs, audio management, or streaming, these two software applications complement each other brilliantly.