Most of the hardware equipment is very basic to set up. In this section, I'll go through the different pieces of equipment available and how to set each piece of equipment up.
ATEM Mini Pro
Attach black cable to the wall socket. (All other necessary cables will be attached to the desk).
Click the Liliput standby button.
Video Cameras x 4
Each video camera needs to be plugged in, the cables are in the camera equipment box.
The HDMI and power connector end of the cable needs to be plugged into the ATEM Mini Pro, the power connector and mini HDMI are plugged into the camera.
The camera should then be switched on using the I/O button.
Make sure the cameras are properly secured to their mounts.
Make sure the power cables are in a safe position so that people will not be walking over them.
Rode Microphones x 2
There are 2 rode portable microphones that can be used with the studio equipment
Connecting you're laptop
You can connect you laptop to the ATEM Mini Pro using an HMDI cable. This works in the same way as with a camera.
Connect ATEM to Projector
The ATEM has an output HDMI displayed above. There is an HDMI cable that sits in the back right hand corner of the classroom. If you would like to project you're recording to the classroom connect these together.
Recording to SSD
Recording to SSD is probably the easiest thing you can do on the ATEM. The following section will go through how to record to an SSD.
How to record
How to record
Connect a USB type 3 to ATEM (There is a compatible SSD card in Makespace.)
Once you have finished recording please save your files elsewhere as the SSD could be wiped at any time.
Once connected a green light will appear on the ATEM record light if the device is compatible.
To record simply click record.
To stop recording click Stop
Files that are produced
Streaming via ATEM
Streaming via ATEM is quick to set up. However to stream you will need to first get set up with a youtube (or alternative) streaming account.
Connect your laptop to the ATEM.
Click to "Go live". (I am using Youtube as an example).
Copy your stream key
Go to ATEM studio on your laptop
Paste your stream key
Select your stream quality. (Lower stream quality will result in lower latency.)
Click "On Air" on ATEM keyboard or ATEM software control.
Recording or Streaming via OBS
As well as recording using the ATEM you can also record to OBS. This gives several benefits which are beyond the remit of these instructions (in other words I'm not sure what they are). None the less.
Settings > Output > Advanced > Recording