Overview of the Quicklink Switcher user interface

The Quicklink Switcher allows you to produce professional virtual and hybrid live events. The Quicklink Switcher is a powerful, yet easy-to-use platform for creating professional, on-brand productions.

The Quicklink Switcher has been designed with an easy-to-use, intuitive interface, with many similarities to a tradition video mixer. This handy labelled image and subsequent key will briefly describe the core interface of the Quicklink Switcher:

 

Key for the Quicklink Manager

  • A – Preview: current scene in preview.
  • B – Undo/redo: undo or redo changes within the Quicklink Switcher.
  • C – Clock: system clock.
  • D – Transitioning: cut, fade, stringer between preview and program. Read more »
  • E – Program: also known as output. The current scene in program.
  • F – Program audio: monitor program audio levels.
  • G – Scene toggle: toggle between scenes 1-24 and 25-48.
  • H – Lower Thirds: edit, create and control Lower Thirds. Read more »
  • I – Streaming: start/stop streaming. Read more »
  • J – Program recording: start/stop program record. Read more »
  • K – Virtual camera: start/stop virtual camera.
  • L – Audio Mixer: view, monitor, and manage all audio devices, program audio and enabled aux devices. Read more »
  • M – NDI Recorders: assign, start and stop recording using the NDI Recorders.
  • N – DSK: add images, video and other elements that overlay across all switched scenes and transitions. Read more »
  • O – Sources toolbar: properties, filters, transform and other options for the selected source.
  • P – CPU stats: monitor CPU usage and FPS.
  • Q – Save and Exit: save and exit the Quicklink Switcher.
  • R – Projects: access, create, edit and duplicate projects. Read more »
  • S – Settings: access settings for the Quicklink Switcher.
  • T – Multiview projector: pop-out window of the Multiview.
  • U – Preview projector: pop-out window of the Preview.
  • V – Program projector: pop-out window of the Program.
  • W – Sources: all sources that appear in the scene in Preview. Read more »
  • X – Preview scenes: display of all scenes and indicator of scene in Preview.
  • Y – Program scenes: display of all scenes and indicator of scene in program.
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