This menu allows you to select the audio sources that will be used for the program output.
Tap the buttons to select the audio source:
Allows you to select the audio from one of the inputs connected via HDMI as your audio source. If you have four cameras connected to AtomX CAST, it would allow to use the audio from one of the cameras, which could be scratch audio from the camera’s internal microphones, or audio from a microphone connected to the camera. For other types of inputs like pre-recorded videos, the audio could be coming directly from the source. After selecting HDMI Input, tap on the input number to switch to the audio from that input. A red microphone appears in the corner of the input displayed on the NINJA V+ when in multiview mode, to indicate the source of the audio.
This option allows you to connect an external audio source to the analog 3.5 mm Mic/Line jack on your NINJA V+. In Mic mode, a dedicated high quality microphone can be connected directly or via an audio mixer which can dramatically improve your audio quality. You could also use this input in Line mode, to add music to your production from an external source. The Mic/Line menu page allows you to adjust the settings for Mic/Line inputs.
Audio Follow (Audio Follows Video):
When Audio Follow is selected in the Audio menu page, the audio will follow the video switching, so the audio from the currently selected input will be used. The corresponding physical pad button will also turn blue in this mode. Previous selected audio turns red.
The program audio can be monitored by connecting headphones to the 3.5 mm headphone/audio out jack on your NINJA V+. Whilst in CAST mode, only the program out can be monitored. If you switch between audio sources or AFV, the headphone monitoring will automatically switch to allow constant monitoring of the program audio. Levels for other inputs can only be monitored on the meters visually.
Displays audio levels from the embedded audio of the four HDMI inputs/cameras.
Headphone Volume Slider
This slider allows you to adjust the monitoring volume of the selected audio input.
The headphone slider volume has no impact on the actual audio levels for each connected source, so if it is too loud you will need to adjust the audio levels on the connected camera or source.
You can select either the audio pair coming from the analog in (Mic/Line connection), OR the audio pair from the selected camera. There is no support multi channel audio.
To ensure that analog audio is synced correctly with the audio from your HDMI sources, connect analog audio sources to one of the HDMI cameras/ sources and select the audio from this input as your audio source. This will ensure that the audio will always be in sync with the video.