Stream to Zoom using Roland's VR Series Vision Mixers

Stream to Zoom using Roland’s VR Series Vision Mixers

VR Series: How to Stream to Zoom Directly

Using Roland’s VR Series of vision mixers, it is easy to stream to Zoom. This quick guide will help you get up and running in no time!

How to Stream to Zoom

Connect the USB output of your VR Series AV Mixer to a USB 3.0 port on your computer, and then open the Zoom software on your PC or Mac.

This guide applies to the VR-1HD, VR-4HD, VR-50HD, VR-50HD MK II, V-4EX, and VR-3EX.

Contributed by Justin Strazdas from Roland US for Roland Corporation Australia
On the main screen, click on the gear icon in the top right corner to access the settings:
VR Series: How to Stream to Zoom Directly
Next, click on the “Video” button on the left sidebar:

If using a laptop with a webcam, you will probably see yourself on the screen.

Next, click on the drop-down lists for “Camera”, and choose your VR Series AV Mixer from the list.

Also make sure to turn off mirroring, as this will flip your image:

VR Series: How to Stream to Zoom Directly
Next, click on the “Audio” button on the left sidebar:
Next, click on the drop-down lists for “Microphone”, and choose your VR Series AV Mixer from the list:
VR Series: How to Stream to Zoom Directly

The “Speaker” setting should be set to your listening device. If your speaker is near the microphone, you may also want to turn on Echo Cancellation.

Please see your VR Series AV Mixer manual for more information.

Echo Cancellation is supported by the VR-1HD, VR-4HD, VR-50HD, and VR-50HD MK II only.

The VR-4HD can also act as a “Speaker” source, and that audio level can be adjusted using the “USB From PC” knob.

Once you Create or Join a meeting, you should see the main Program output of your VR Series AV Mixer as your Zoom video source.
VR Series: How to Stream to Zoom Directly

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