In this episode I tested and the Yolobox Pro and set it up to live stream and record from multiple cameras. It’s an incredibly easy way to quickly deploy a livestream and you can even use it as a monitor for your camera.
The newest firmware upgrade includes some handy functions such as:
Video Cropping (Crop a video as a new video source with customized aspect ratio)
• You can now name overlays
• You can lock overlays with video sources
• All settings including video sources, Multi-views are saved while exiting a live stream event
• A new tab to see comments from all platforms
• Video and GIF as background for Multi-views
• You can now set border and color for all Multi-views
• Local video can loop or stop at the last frame when it completes playing
• Invite Guest feature optimized (Set guest name, video quality improved while switching)
Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by the Yolobox. It’s a cinch to use and setup and so far it’s been very reliable. I’ll need to test it out a lot more before replacing the ATEM with it, but it’s very promising and works well with my existing live streaming setups.
Here’s my pros and cons
– Easy to setup
– Great user interface, easy to navigate
– Can double as a daylight viewable monitor
– Versatile inputs and outputs
– Noticeable audio delay when monitoring
– Limit on bitrate
– No ISO recording
Yolobox did send me this product to review, but they had no influence on the content of this video.
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