Sound mixer – audio out tab
You can adjust the following output channels:
- Capture – setting a volume of a video file recorded from the Program window level. The file being recorded is automatically placed in the tab 5 of Media 1 and Media 2 trays.
- Streaming – setting the volume of a live broadcast streaming from the Program window level.
- Headphone – (Jack 6,3 mm) when connecting headphones, you can select from the drop-down list which channel you want to hear on the headphones.
- NOTE: The Mute function works for each input source and the master output. Selected sources are mixed, and create a Master Out signal. On the Headphones you can hear the signal from any input or Master Out output. In this case, the Mute function will not work for the Headphones, despite the checkboxes are on. You can listen any channel on the Headphones with Mute function enabled .
- Master Out – adjusting the main signal level for audio output.
For each channel, you can adjust the signal level using a slider located next to the signal level column. In addition, you can set the output level with a separate slider – Master Out. You can adjust the sound in the range of -40 to +10 dB, where the 0 level (Line In 1,2) corresponds to -10 dBV (-7.8 dBu or 0.316 V RMS) in case on consumer level , or 4dBu (1.78 dBV or =1.23 vlts RMS) in case professional level analog inputs/outputs on audio panel. It depends on audio level setting in Configuration Window: Audio Tab.
In case digital Audio input /output (Camera Input) 0 level corresponds to -20dBFs. Level 0 for the Media file means the maximum digital value of the signal. In addition, you can enable for the channels the following:
- Follow – this feature allows you to mute the sound of a chosen channel up until a video signal associated with the given sound source appears on the vision. This applies to the sources: Media 1, Media 2, and CAM associated with the Line In (Line in 1 when CAM1 appears on the vision and Line in 2 when CAM2 appears on the vision). Enabling this feature for a chosen channel mutes a given sound source, when the source is not used (displayed) on the PRG output.
- Solo – a feature that enables sending a selected signal individually to the output. Enabling this feature for the chosen channel mutes all the other input channels. Only the signal for which the Solo feature has been enabled is sent to the outputs.
- Mute – checking this feature completely mutes the signal of the given source.