Filters allow you to add various effects, filters or actions to sources to achieve a variety of actions. Actions that can be achieved by using filters include cropping sources, applying green screen affects, image mask/blends, adding delays and more!


All the available filters that can be applied to sources are explained below:


Available Audio filters:

  • Audio Move: 
  • Compressor: Automatically lowers a sources volume to reduce the likelihood of it peaking above 0db.
  • Dedicated NDI™ output (Audio only): Created a dedicated NDI audio output of any source.
  • Expander: Reduces background noise of a source.
  • Gain: Add gain to increase output volume.
  • Invert Polarity: Used to correct phase cancellation issues.
  • Limiter: Prevent audio from peaking above 0d
  • Move Action:
  • Move Value:
  • Noise Gate: Cut off background noise.
  • Noise Suppression: Removed mild background noise or white noise.
  • VST 2.x Plug-in: Select a VST Plug in to use as a filter.
  • VST2 Plugin (juce): Select a VST Plugin to use as a filter.
  • VST3 Plugin (juce): Select a VST version 3 Plugin to use as a filter.
  • Video Delay (Async) 2: Add a delay to the video to desync A/V. 

Available Effect filters:

  • 3D Transform: Transform any Source or Scene in 3D!
  • Apply LUT: Replace video colours with different colours.
  • Auto Framing: Dynamically track your movements in real-time with Auto Frame, automatically cropping and zooming so you remain the star of the show — even as you move around.
  • Blur: Add a blur to any source to hide unwanted content or create stunning new effects!
  • Chroma Key: Removes background of your source to make it transparent, used for green screening your source.
  • Colour Correction: Change the contract, brightness, gamma, saturation, hue shift and opacity of your sequence.
  • Colour Grading: Professional and fast real-time colour grading, just like in your favourite Video Editing software!
  • Colour Key: Removes background of your source to make it transparent, used for adding a background/ to a source.
  • Crop/Pad: Crop or add padding to the left, top, right and bottom of your source.
  • Dedicated NDI output: Created a dedicated NDI output of any source. Read more »
  • Denoising: Enhance the quality of your webcam, removing the visual noise that is present in low light situations for a cleaner picture.
  • Dynamic Mask: Perform advanced masking on any source with any other source!
  • Eye-Contact: uses AI to make it appear as if you’re looking directly at the camera, even when glancing to the side or taking notes.
  • HDR Tone Mapping (Override): 
  • Image Mask/Blend: Show/hide a part of source based on a mask you apply.
  • Luma Key: Removes solid white/back backgrounds.
  • Move Action:
  • Move Source:
  • Move Value: 
  • Move Video Capture Device: 
  • Move transition override:
  • NVIDIA Background removal: Customise your background without the need for expensive equipment or complex lighting setups.
  • Render Delay: Delays the rendering of the Source image. Useful for getting webcam image in sync with microphone audio.
  • SDF effects: Add inner and outer shadow, glow and outlines to any source or scene!
  • Scaling/Aspect Ratio: Change the scale filtering and resolution/aspect of a source.
  • Scroll: Make a source scrollable from left-to-right, top-to-bottom, etc.
  • Shader: Use your own HLSL effect files as a source, filter or transition.
  • Sharpen: Add sharpness to a blurry source.
  • Upscaling: Upscale your video or image source. 
  • Virtual Greenscreen: No Greenscreen? No Problem! With this filter you can say good bye to the bulky green cloth.


Adding a filter

To add a filter to your source, firstly select the source that you would like to apply a filter, then click the Filters button within the source toolbar.

Filters are generally split between Audio Filters and Effect filters, however the filters available can vary depending on the source selected. Select the effect-filter-plus-icon.png icon, then add your desired filter.


Depending on the filter selected, you will now be directed through the different properties of the selected filter.


If you want to see what the source looks like with the effect off again, you can press the Eye icon. 


When finished click Close to apply your filter.

If you have filters applied, you'll see a filters symbol next to that source in the sources window. 


You can click this icon in order to bypass all active filters on that source. 


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