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These settings are valid for both Mac OS and Windows users. By default, in any MXWendler version, Virtual Devices are set and ready to use under the name MXWendler-01, but in case of any changed settings or troubles, follow the steps below to set them up again.
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== Introduction==
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By default, in any MXWendler version, Virtual Devices are set and ready to use under the name MXWendler-01, but in case of any changed settings or troubles, follow the steps below to set them up again.
  
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1. Once the software is started, go to:  
 
1. Once the software is started, go to:  
 
:'''Menu → Settings → Media-Clips, Live, Virtual''' '''(A)'''
 
:'''Menu → Settings → Media-Clips, Live, Virtual''' '''(A)'''

Latest revision as of 16:50, 24 March 2020

This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.

Introduction

By default, in any MXWendler version, Virtual Devices are set and ready to use under the name MXWendler-01, but in case of any changed settings or troubles, follow the steps below to set them up again.

Steps

1. Once the software is started, go to:

Menu → Settings → Media-Clips, Live, Virtual (A)

2. From the dialog go to Virtual Camera tab. (B)
3. Here you can set the Virtual Camera settings: (C)

Select the 'Start and Register MXWendler Virtual Capture and Feedback Devices'.
Set your desired capture height and width.
Select 'Strict Internal Feedback'.

4. Click Ok and restart MXWendler.
5. Open the Media-Clips, Live, Virtual dialog again.
6. From the dialog select the 'Live Devices Tab'. (D)
Here you must be able to see the Virtual Live Device that you set up before under the name MXwendler-01.
7. Select the device and double click on it to open the settings dialog. (E)

Output-Virutal.png

Change from Unknown to Known.
If you want you can change the Width and Height and the frames per second settings.

8. Click Ok and restart MXWendler
9. Go to Preload Tab and click on an empty Preload to open the Preload preview.(F)
10. Click on Live Media and select the MXWendler-01 device that you just configured.(G)

This will send your output signal to a virtual device as input which can be used in different projects and with different ideas. See Tutorial Feedback.

Output-Virutal2.png