X-Pert Live Inputs Viewer

X-Pert Live Inputs View is an additional application which is installed together with X-Pert Playout.

The X-Pert Live Inputs View icon will appear in the Toolbar .

user interface

The main purpose of the X-Pert Live Inputs Viewer is to preview the video, which is defined as live event in X-Pert Playout.

In order to see preview of the video source, first you have to set some video sources in X-Pert Playout from the X-Pert Playout menu ->  Settings ->  Live Inputs tab.

Important! You have to restart X-Pert Playout after setting up the video sources.

Now you are ready to open X-Pert Live Inputs Viewer. Go to the Streams menu > Add / Remove stream and notice that a Preview List with already defined live video sources can be found there. It looks like the image to below:

In the Device Name field check the respective source names of the sources you would like to preview in the X-Pert Live Inputs Viewer and press OK button.

To remove a video source from a list, just un-check the device name from the list.

Into the left part of the main screen you will see small preview windows of all checked sources. By clicking on some of the small windows, you will see the preview of the respective source into the big screen to the right.

The position of the view-list of video streams could be changed by selecting the desired position from Streams menu -> View orientation. The Video Renderer context menu allows the user to select a video renderer to be used from the list of available presets. Here you can also enable / disable the audio of the configured stream via the Audio Enabled command.

Pressing Configurations menu > Customize shortcuts invokes the dialog, shown below:

Here you can set a list of user’s shortcuts for some main commands, like Add/Remove streams; Alignment, Audio Enabling, etc.

To the left, you will see the list of Available commands, and to the right the relevant shortcut will appear in the Current keys field. If you want to change the key combination for a certain command, select it from the Available commands list, go to the Press new shortcut key field, press the desired keyboard combination, and notice that it appears in the respective field. When you are done with the configuration of your shortcut keys press the Assign button. The new key combination will be assigned to the respective command. To exit the dialog, press OK.