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Community Edition

What limitations does the free Community Edition have?

The functionality of the Community Edition is equivalent to the Studio Edition’s and it has no time limit at all.

There are two differences:

  • The Community Edition is only allowed for non-commercial usage.
  • The Community Edition will display an Aximmetry logo watermark on every video output of the software.

Studio Edition

Who is the Studio Edition meant for?

Aximmetry Studio Edition is suitable for very small or home studios (for e.g. YouTubers) without professional SDI devices.

You can:

  • use multiple cameras with a single PC connected via HDMI or USB capture devices.
  • generate one or more video outputs through your graphics card’s HDMI/DP/DVI ports.
  • stream your output directly to YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, or any RMTP based video service.
  • using object tracking systems
  • multi-PC configuration (only as satellite(renderer) machine

Professional Edition

Who is the Professional Edition meant for?

Aximmetry Professional Edition is suitable for small professional studios

aiming for

  • single-PC setup
  • using object tracking systems
  • multi-PC configuration (only as satellite(renderer) machine
  • using a maximum of 4 SDI / NDI input/output ports

(for e.g. 3 SDI camera inputs and one SDI composite output)

  • users who do not need any camera tracking solution

(using fixed cameras with virtual camera motions only).

Broadcast Edition

Who is the Broadcast Edition meant for?

Aximmetry Broadcast Edition is suitable for professional studios requiring camera tracking functionality.

(it’s limited by the hardware performance only)

  • or in a multi-PC configuration (as controller or renderer machine)

(for e.g. each camera has its own dedicated rendering PC).

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