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mimoLive turns your Mac into a TV studio

Boinx Software’s mimoLive is a multi-in, multi-out live video engine that’s a complete overhaul of the popular live production system once known as BoinxTV live video production system. It includes a number of features for optimal live streaming across multiple platforms.

mimoLive minimizes hassle and adds to the fun of live broadcasting by cutting down on production time. Easy to learn, mimoLive is the designed to be an on-the-go TV studio platform for everyone from the novice to the enthusiast podcaster to the professional, who can integrate mimoLive’s graphic power and versatility into an existing SDI broadcast workflow. (I definitely fall into the novice category. mimoLive’s key features include:

Live streaming. You can broadcast live video from sporting events, breaking newscasts, conferences, concerts, video games and more to YouTube, Facebook, Twitch or any other RTMP-based streaming service, without the need for any additional hardware. Simply set up your streaming service credentials, and start streaming.

Direct manipulation in layers. You can adjust all visual elements including graphics information and lower thirds within the recording, thanks to direct manipulation. You can osition, scale, crop and convert the format of video inputs to suit your output format.

Frosted glass effects. You can create cool-looking lower thirds and graphics with frosted glass effects.

mimoLive requires macOS 10.5 or higher. It’s available via the Boinx website starting at $19 per month for personal/education use Users who upgrade from BoinxTV will receive 30% off their purchase. A demo is available for download.

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Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.