Sept. 25, 2020 - vMix has quickly become one of the most popular professional live streaming software solutions today. The reason is very simple. The vMix software is affordable, and it offers some of the best features available for video production. Many hear about vMix from a friend, or online because of the active community of users. One of the reasons vMix is so popular is because the community using vMix is constantly collaborating and finding new ways to use the software.
Enter: The Unofficial Guide to vMix
If you have thought about using vMix for live streaming or video production, it might finally be time to jump on board. Yes, vMix is only for Windows, and yes, it’s used by some of the top world broadcasters. But, vMix no longer has to be difficult to learn. The Unofficial Guide to vMix is now offered for free by the StreamGeeks here. The book breaks down the top software features in and includes them in one easy to read book. Becoming a video production expert takes time, and even beginners need a start place. vMix is a great choice for many because you can trust that the software has enough features to grow into as you learn.
The Online Course for vMix
Along with the book, an online course to learn vMix is also available here. This online course has been updated to feature the latest vMix release. If you are thinking about increasing your video production skill set, reading this book is a great starting point. Then you can consider taking the online course on Udemy to enhance your knowledge. Finally, you should consider joining the online communities of users online. vMix has a vast user base online who talk in the forums, participate in Facebook Groups, and most importantly share their knowledge.
Join The StreamGeeks Group
Learning is a collaborative process for many. Perhaps you are a life-long learner, interested in casually learning about live streaming. Get up to speed and enjoy a place to post questions in the StreamGeeks Facebook Group here. Many other group members have already read the Unofficial Guide to vMix and are eager to help others.
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