Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini Pro Live production streaming video switcher

Up to 4 cameras - Outputs to HDMI Video and USB - Live stream via ethernet

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What's in the box:

  • Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini Pro
  • External 12V DC power supply with international socket adapters
  • ATEM Software Control for Mac and Windows
  • 1-year Limited Warranty


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The Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini Pro live production streaming video switcher makes it easier for you to professionally stream via Ethernet, record to files on a USB disk, and monitor all cameras, media, and status on a single HDMI video monitor. This exciting new low-cost live production video switcher has all the power of the original ATEM Mini video switcher with extra features that allow direct streaming to YouTube Live, Facebook, and Twitch. Simply connect ATEM Mini to switch live between 4 high-quality video camera inputs or connect a computer to integrate PowerPoint slides. The built-in DVE allows exciting picture in picture effects, perfect for commentary, and there are a variety of video effects. All this functionality is accessible from intuitive buttons on the control panel for selecting inputs and applying effects/transitions. To ensure maximum compatibility, the ATEM Mini video switcher features a USB connection that operates as a simple webcam source. This mini video switcher gives you the ability to plug in and instantly get to work with any video software. The ATEM Software Control app features a visual switcher user interface with parameter palettes for making quick adjustments as well as every other feature in the switcher. Although you can connect via USB, if you connect using Ethernet, it is possible for multiple users to connect to the ATEM Mini video switcher using separate copies of ATEM Software Control on different computers. That is just the start of this features rich, cost-effective video switching solution - sure to be a go-to tool for many of your video applications.


  • Connect up to 4 independent cameras via HDMI
  • Auto scales and converts all HDMI inputs
  • Output to HDMI Video and USB webcam allowing you to work with any Video software
  • Live stream via ethernet
  • Record directly to USB flash disks
  • Two independent 3.5? stereo audio inputs
  • Features miniaturized control panel based design.
  • Includes free ATEM Software Control for Mac and Windows
  • Internal media for 20 RGBA graphics for titles, opening plates and logos
  • Includes ATEM Advanced Chroma Key for green/blue screen work
  • Multiview allows monitoring of all cameras on ATEM Mini Pro
  • Audio mixer supports limiter, compressor, 6 band EQ and more
  • Supports remote HDMI control with Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras

Specifications for the Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini Pro

{ "Connections": { "Total Video Inputs": "4", "Total Outputs": "2", "Total Aux Outputs": "1", "Total Audio Inputs": "2 x 3.5mm stereo mini jack.", "Total Audio Outputs": "None, embedded audio only.", "Timecode Connection": "None", "HDMI Video Inputs": "4 x HDMI type A, 10-bit HD switchable.2 channel embedded audio.", "Video Input Re-Sync": "On all 4 HDMI inputs.", "Frame Rate and Format Converters": "On all 4 HDMI inputs.", "HDMI Program Outputs": "1", "Ethernet": "Ethernet supports 10/100/1000 BaseT for live streaming, software control, software updates and direct or network panel connection.", "Computer Interface": "1 x USB Type-C 3.1 Gen 1 for external drive recording, webcam out, software control, software updates and panel connection." }, "Standards": { "HD Video Input Standards": "720p50, 720p59.94, 720p601080p23.98, 1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p29.97, 1080p30, 1080p50, 1080p59.94, 1080p601080i50, 1080i59.94, 1080i60", "HD Video Output Standards": "1080p23.98, 1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p29.97, 1080p30, 1080p50, 1080p59.94, 1080p60", "Ultra HD Video Standards": "None", "Video Sampling": "4:2:2 YUV", "Color Precision": "10-bit", "Color Space": "Rec 709", "HDMI Input Resolutions from Computers": "1280 x 720p 50㎐, 59.94㎐ and 60㎐1920 x 1080p 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97,30, 50, 59.94 and 60㎐1920 x1080i 50 and 59.94㎐ 60㎐", "Colorspace Conversion": "Hardware based real time.", "Audio Mixer": "6 input x 2 channel mixer.Selectable On/Off/Audio-Follow-Video per channel plus separate gain control per channel.Level and Peak metering. Plus new Fairlight audio enhancements: Compressor, Gate, Limiter, 6 bandsof parametric EQ.Master gain control." }, "Product Specifics": { "Upstream Keyers": "1", "Downstream Keyers": "1", "Advanced Chroma Keyers": "1", "Linear/Luma Keyers": "2", "Transition Keyer": "DVE only.", "Total Number of Layers": "5", "Pattern Generators": "1", "Color Generators": "2", "DVE with Borders and Drop Shadow": "1", "Interface": "Minimum monitor resolution of1366 x 768." }, "Streaming": { "Direct Streaming": "ATEM Mini Pro supports direct live streaming over ethernet using Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP)." }, "Recording": { "Direct Recording": "1 x USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 expansion port for external media to direct record a .mp4 H.264 with AAC audio at the ATEM video standard.", "Media Format": "Can format media to ExFAT (Windows/Mac)or HFS+ (Mac)file systems." }, "Multi View Monitoring": { "Multi View Monitoring": "1 x 10 Views including left right configurable Program/Preview, 4 HDMI inputs, Media Player, Streaming Status, Recording Status and Audio Meters.", "Multi View Video Standard": "HD" }, "Media Player": { "Media Players": "1", "Channels": "Fill and key for each Media Player.", "Media Pool Still Image Capacity": "20 with fill and key.", "Media Pool Still Image Format": "PNG, TGA, BMP, GIF, JPEG and TIFF." }, "Control": { "Control Panel": "Built in control panel. Software control panel with camera control included. Supports optional hardware panel.", "Control Panel Connection": "Ethernet supports 10/100/1000 BaseT. Ethernet used for direct connection between panel and chassis or via network. ATEM Mini Pro also supports direct USB-C connection. Ethernet or USB-C used for updating the software.", "Control Panel Compatibilty": "Includes ATEM Software Control Panel.Also compatiblewith ATEM 1 M/E Advanced Paneland ATEM 2 M/EBroadcast Panel.", "Control Panel Included": "ATEM Software Control Panel included free for Mac 10.14 Mojave, Mac 10.15 Catalina or later and Windows 10 64 bit only." }, "Software": { "Software Updates": "Using USB or Ethernet connection directly connected to Mac OS X or Windows computers. Includes ATEM Switcher Utility.", "Configuration": "Set via ATEM Software Control Panel, excluding ATEM chassis IP address which is set via the ATEM Switcher Utility connected via USB to chassis." }, "Operating Systems": { "Mac icon": "Mac 10.14 Mojave,Mac 10.15 Catalina or later.", "Windows Icon": "Windows 10 64 bit only." }, "Power Requirements": { "Power Supply": "1 x External 12V power supply.", "Power Usage": "36W" }, "Physical Specifications": {}, "Environmental Specifications": { "Operating Temperature": "5° C to 40° C (41° - 104° F)", "Storage Temperature": "-10° to 60° C (14° to 140° F)", "Relative Humidity": "0% to 90% non-condensing" }, "What's Included": { "ATEM Mini Pro": "", "External 12V DC power supply with international socket adapters": "" }, "Warranty": { "12 Months Limited Manufacturer's Warranty.": "" } }

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Craig Weinberg - Calvary Church
The amount of tech BMD packed into this little machine is incredible. At our church we started out with the ATEM Mini bit when the pro was released it was a no-brainer to upgrade. The addition of multi view as well as the direct record option was a game changer for us as we started adapting to the changes weíve all had to embrace in this new pandemic world.

I do wish there was a second HDMI program out for local distribution around the facility without losing the multi view.

For the dollars there isnít much to really complain about though. Itís been a lifesaver.

Sam Horowitz - Grace Anglican Church
This little box is amazing, but not perfect, and we really like it at our church (like countless others, live-streaming is new to us in the CoVid era).

No, it does not do everything you can conceive of. No, not all features are accessible on the hardware surface. No, a brand new volunteer is not going to pick it up intuitively 15 minutes before your event.

I like that it does automatic scaling (including frame rates). So Cameras 1 & 2 can be outputting 1080p60 and Camera 3 can
be giving me 1080p30 and I can stream at 1080p30 or what have you.

I love the multi-view on the HDMI out. I wish there was a way to get program out in addition, or else to get the multiview some other way. But it's nice to have a lot of status info in front of me at all times, including audio levels. The built-in audio mixer--including dynamics--works well for us.

I'm not sure how useful some of the advanced transitions are, but cut, crossfade ('mix') and dip all work well.

We were able to get Vimeo working just fine as a streaming destination by modifying a file on the computer and then saving our settings in the ATEM. One button to go live is great, and we've added local recording to USB. Note that you can only record an exact copy of what you're streaming due to a single encoder stream, so you can't broadcast at 720p30 and record at 1080p60 or anything.

We are using the built-in macro feature and downstream keyer to do some lower third titles for speaker introductions and that works pretty well as long as you understand how it works -- you're not actually changing settings with a macro, but recording key strokes. So if your macros is set to turn on a keyer and that keyer is already on... well your macro is going to turn it off when you run it.

We're using the upstream keyer to mix a secondary ProPresenter 7 green-screen output with our cameras. The only problems we have had are user error.

Plus: 4 HDMI inputs, scaling, encoding, recording, quality surface, multiview, upstream and downstream keying, all in a single box

Minus: no SDI in, only one HDMI out, only a single encoder -- lots of things that are acceptable compromises at this price point