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automix (styled AutoMix) is a software vision mixer controller built for use at Insanity Radio.

It is built to work with ATEM switchers, but you can probably hack it to work with something else.


A blog post on the Insanity Tech blog should describe the hardware requirements for this quite well.

Copy config.rb.dist to config.rb, and edit the values. Import the database schema. This stores timestamps of fader open/closes, so you can easily pull video segs.

Update your operating system kernel so it supports the latest joystick drivers (retro, but EL7 didn't support them initially - it does now).

Install nginx and set up a location based on the nginx.conf file in the project root. Change the security token. This will hopefully become redundant in the future.

In terms of software, run:

bundle install


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An automatic and 'live assist' software vision mixer interface for ATEM, built for visual radio. Running fault-free since 2017







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