Blackmagic Design has released Blackmagic Video Assist 3.3 update, which adds Webcam support to the USB-C connection. Furthermore, this update allows users to connect Video Assist to computers and live stream video in Full HD 1080p using any major streaming software or platform. Supported platforms and services include OBS, YouTube Live, Facebook Live, Skype, Zoom, Twitch and more.
Live Stream Your Video Production Shoot to Clients Remotely
When connecting your Video Assist recorder/monitor to your computer the software is tricked into seeing it as a common webcam, when it’s actually streaming the incoming SDI or HDMI source from a camera or playing back previously recorded content.
With the new webcam support users can even live stream the video shoot to their clients from a remote location, anywhere in the world.
Blackmagic Video Assist 3.3 – New Features
- Support for USB webcam output
- for Video Assist 12G HDR and Video Assist 3G
- Audio monitoring channel selection
- for Video Assist 5” 3G and Video Assist 7” 3G models
New features for the Video Assist 7” 3G
- Added XLR audio mapping to different channels
- XLR external timecode
In addition, Video Assist 3.3 update also adds support for audio channel mapping and audio monitoring channel selection on Blackmagic Video Assist 3G models as well as XLR audio mapping and timecode features for the 7″ 3G model.
Blackmagic Video Assist 12G HDR and the more affordable 3G models include innovations such as 4 built-in scopes, enhanced focus assist features, a tally indicator and built in 3D LUTs.
Moreover, the 3G Video Assist models support formats up to 1080p60 and the 12G HDR models up to UHD 4K/60p. Additionally, the Video Assist 12G HDR models have a brighter touch screen for a much better experience filming in bright exteriors.
You can download Blackmagic Video Assist 3.3 update for free from the Blackmagic Design support pages here.