vMix is a desktop-based live video production software. Like most vision mixing software, it allows users to control mixing, switching, recording and livestreaming of cameras, videos files, audio, and more, in resolutions of up to 4K.

Prepping the Overlays

Before you can output your overlays with vMix, you have to prep them in Studio. If you already know how to do this, skip this step.

Preparing Your Singular Overlays in Studio

A - Log into Singular, Download a Theme

Sign up for Singular (if you haven't already), log in to your Dashboard, and download a free theme from the Marketplace. To access the Marketplace, hit the "New" button in the upper left corner and select "Market".

Selecting "New" and then "Singular Market"

Downloading a theme


If you need a more thorough explanation, check out a quick tutorial on how to do the previous steps, here

B - Open up your theme into Studio, prepare your overlays.

Right click on your newly downloaded theme, select "Open with" and then choose "Studio". This is the Control Application you will use to prepare and operate your live overlays.

Right clicking on theme, selecting "Open with" and then choosing "Studio"


Prepare your overlays by choosing the "Auto Playlist" button from the three dot menu in the upper right corner and then updating the contents of the overlays within the Overlay Editor.

Selecting "Auto Playlist"

Editing overlay contents in the "Overlay Editor"


To learn more Studio overlay operation tips, click here. 

Outputting with vMix

The following is a tutorial on how to add your Singular overlays into vMix:

1 - Add Input

Click on "Add Input" and then select "More" 

Selecting "Add Input"  


2 - Web Browser

Select the "Web Browser" option in the side panel.

3 - Paste URL

Paste your Singular Output URL into the designated field.

4 - Set Resolution

Manually set your Width and Height or it will take your vMix Output default resolution.

5 - Finish Modification

Click "OK" when you finish your modification.

Finishing modification settings



Make sure that your Singular overlay source is layered over your video source.

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