LM-Cam Basic User Guide

1/20/2022 Update Before Getting Started - Wi-Fi recommended. - Turn off Bluetooth for best results. - iOS 15.01 and 15.02 users may experience errors when purchasing a subscription. If this happens, please try again after upgrading to 15.1 or higher. - We recommend that you use the latest version of iOS. Camera Menu Color Temperature / Tint ISO / FOCUS Aperture Screen Lock Zoom Mic On / Off Front / Rear Camera Internal Menu Preset Display Backgrounds Camera name Video encoding Resolution Freme rate Bitrate Recording FAQ Color Temperature / Tint Color Temperature and Tint settings can be manually adjusted using the sliders. You can also choose one of the presets (light bulb, sun, cloud, fluorescent) or auto white balance (AWB). ISO / FOCUS Tap the screen once for custom mode. Tap and move the sliders for FOCUS and/or ISO to make adjustments. Tap on FOCUS and/or ISO to return to auto mode. Aperture Move the slider up and down to adjust the aperature. Screen Lock Lock all the elements on the screen by tapping the lock. This will prevent accidental changes to settings in the Camera Menu. Zoom How to set the digital zoom Press and hold the magnification button to use the "Digital Zoom" function. Releasing the button will set the zoom and the Digital Zoom wheel will disappear. Mic On/Off Tap the mic to turn the microphone on and off. Front / Read Camera Switch between the front and rear cameras. Internal Menu Preset Save video settings (ISO, FOCUS, Color Temperature, Tint, Aperture) for later use. Display When Grid is turned on, grid lines can be displayed. Backgrounds You can select Green background or Blue background for chroma keying. You can choose between High and Low quality settings. Camera name Change the NDI camera name (this is the name that will be used to identify the camera in the NDI environment). Video encoding Select from Full NDI, HX2 HEVC, or HX2 H.264. Note: NX2 is about 1/10 the size of Full NDI but at roughly the same quality. - HX2 (HEVC and H.264) is only available with a subscription. - If you are having trouble viewing HEVC video with Windows broadcast software, you can install "HEVC Video Extensions". NDI is a video over IP protocol developed by NewTek that delivers high-quality and low-latency video. NDI HX is the latest high efficiency version of NDI that is capable of delivering high-quality video in a smaller package than Full NDI. - When using broadcast software on Mac OS: Set Low Latency to "OFF" when using H.264, but HEVC can be used as is. [SRT (HEVC and H.264) ] SRT will usually have about 2-3 seconds of latency, however, it is possible to send high quality streams from outside the studio, even when using cellular data transfer options, like docomo, au, Softbank, or Rakuten. Resolution Select a resolution. - If you are using 4K, we recommend using HEVC. Freme rate Select a frame rate. Bitrate Select a bit rate. A higher bit rate will generally lead to a better stream quality. Recommended bit rate for HEVC 4K: around 15M 1920×1080: around 9M 1280×720: around 6M 640×480: around 3M Recording When turned on, the NDI stream will be recorded. It is also possible to record the NDI stream by tapping the REC button from the Camera Menu. FAQ Q.HEVC video is not displayed by Windows broadcast software (OBS, vMix, Wirecast, etc.). A.You need to install "HEVC Video Extensions" to use it. Q.When using H.264 Low Latency=ON, I cannot use broadcast software on Mac OS. A.Please set Low Latency to "OFF" when using H.264, but you can still use HEVC.

LM-Cam Basic User Guide

1/20/2022 Update Before Getting Started - Wi-Fi recommended. - Turn off Bluetooth for best results. - iOS 15.01 and 15.02 users may...