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The Unofficial Guide to vMix Released by the StreamGeeks


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The StreamGeeks have released a new book called The Unofficial Guide to vMix. Author Paul Richards announced that his eighth book dedicated to live streaming. The book will help readers level up their live streaming with the industry’s top video production software. vMix has become an industry leader in the live streaming software space. The software allows broadcasters to turn regular Windows PC computers into a complete video production studio. vMix features include recording, streaming, NDI, instant replay, animated graphics, and much more. 

A New Guide Book for vMix

The Unofficial Guide to vMix Book

The Unofficial Guide to vMix Book

The Unofficial Guide to vMix, is now available for download on the StreamGeeks website here. The book is also available on Amazon for readers on Kindle and Paperback. Readers can take their learning further with the companion online course available on Udemy.

vMix is one of the most powerful video production solutions available for live streaming, recording, and IP video connectivity today” says the author. Paul Richards is the the Chief Streaming Officer for the StreamGeeks and PTZOptics. “This easily readable book will take you from zero to sixty in the live streaming world. Readers can open their eyes to the possibilities of modern video production.”

vMix Live Streaming Software Becomes an Industry Standard

vMix is a Windows-only video production software developed by StudioCoast PTY LTD. The company has received awards from StreamingMedia Magazine’s “Best of NAB Show” in both 2013 and 2017. Over the past few years, vMix has announced new features that allow users to connect vMix’s live streaming software with remote video callers. This new feature called vMix call was released in version 19. Other industry-leading features include support for NDI, Color Correction, Virtual Sets, Animated Titles, and Isolated Recordings. 

Organizations using vMix will find the Unofficial Guide to vMix a great tool for training employees and volunteers on the software. vMix is ideal for technical broadcast engineers, but new use cases are allowing students in broadcast clubs and volunteers in churches to get involved with the software. “It’s my hope that this book will help new vMix users reduce their learning curve and accelerate their live streaming projects,” says Richards. 


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