- ATEM Mini Pro, streaming directly to YouTube
- Main camera on input 1
- Handheld camera next to me on input 2 for BTS and cat angles
- The computer on the right is running the new chat overlay CSS, fed into input 3. It is Luma keyed and positioned so that only that black top section is shown at the bottom of the screen
- Input 4 is an iPad which we use for showing photos on the screen just using the built in Photos app
- Strata Macros on an iPad Mini for controlling all the macros, which is mainly the start/end buttons which do the audio transitions and load the right graphics, plus showing and hiding the chat and iPad overlays
- Under the iPad Mini is an iPod touch with the playlist of the preroll and outro music running on a loop
Since we’re streaming directly from the ATEM Mini Pro today, dropping the Webcaster X2 from the flow, this does mean a change to how she sees the comments. The new live chat thing I’ve been working on fits well into this workflow now!
Here’s the talent view. New small on-camera monitor, and the larger monitor is a mirror of the laptop that’s got the live chat open which is also fed into the ATEM Mini to show the comments on the stream.
I’ll try to grab a photo once there’s chat on the screen later.
Slightly more complete but chaotic view:
I’m going to be streaming the behind the scenes live to an unlisted video tonight if you’re curious and want to tune in!