Use the Mixer to switch between the two cameras

  • Open the Modulo Mixer software
  • Enter the Designer IP Address
  • Add 1 Destination of 1920×1080
  • Add 2 Sources, one for the Render Surface Camera1 and one for the Render Surface Camera2
  • Drag & drop the Destination into the PGM and the PVW
  • Drag & Drop the Source Camera1 into the PVW and save it into a Preset called Camera1
  • Repeat this step for the source Camera2 and save it into a Preset called Camera2

If the V-Node is Online, you can see the Render Surface’s content in the Mixer

  • To do so, set the mode Live in Modulo Mixer
  • Try to recall the Preset 1 to PVW or PGM

Send the Destination “PGM” content to the V-Node’s Output

  • Drag & drop the Destination into the Timeline CAMERAS
  • By default, the position is x=0 ; y=0 which is the location of the Render Surface RS-VN01 assigned to the V-Node
  • Operate an Online of the V-Node to send it the information

If you switch between the Preset Camera1 to PGM and Camera2 to PGM, your V-Node should now receive the camera content.

Use a Vnode’s Output to monitor the Camera PVW

We will a new Monitoring Output to the V-Node, to acchieve this :

  • Click on the V-Node in the V-Node tab
  • In the Output tab, click on + then Monitoring
  • Set the Out properties of this Monitoring Output to the second output of your graphic card : x=1920 (or, you could enable the NDI option)
  • Create a new Preset and then click on it
  • Set the number of rows to 2
  • Drag & drop the Render Surface RS-Camera1 and RS-Camera2 in the two rows of the Monitoring Preset’s

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