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Revision as of 12:25, 26 February 2020

This tutorial applies to MXWendler version 6 and above.
Spout is a video frame sharing system for Microsoft Windows, which allows sharing of OpenGL textures between applications in a similar way to Syphon for the Mac.
There are multiple numbers of Softwares and Applications which can send and receive video through Spout. Through this interconnectivity of Windows-based video and music application, Spout opens up a wide range of creative use to be applied to MXWendler.
In this tutorial, we will send and receive video through Spout, in and out of MXWendler.

Pre-requisites

1. Download the latest version of Spout from their website:

https://spout.zeal.co/

2. Unzip the folder and run the installer.

Sending Spout in MXWendler

1. Open MXWendler and go to Streaming settings. (A)

Settings → Media - Clips, Live, Virtual → Streaming

2.