MixCast is powerful software that connects your VR system, your computer, and as many physical cameras as you want together, to produce the best content available from immersive experiences. Below are some recommendations about what hardware works best with MixCast so you can rest assured that the platform will work for you.

VR Headset

SteamVR  On SteamVR
HTC Vive/Vive Pro
Oculus Rift
Dell Visor
HP WMR Headset
Lenovo Explorer
Samsung HMD Odyssey
Asus WMR Headset
Oculus Rift S (in 2.3.4+)
Oculus Quest Link (in 2.3.4+)
HTC Vive Cosmos (in 2.3.4+)
Oculus  On Oculus
Oculus Rift
Oculus Rift S (in 2.3.4+)
Oculus Quest Link (in 2.3.4+)

PC Hardware

Capturing footage of a VR experience requires some extra performance from your computer. Before getting started, check that your machine meets the general recommended specs for running MixCast. Note that actual performance requirements are dependent on the active VR experience and your quality settings.

Operating System
Windows 8 or 10 (64-bit)
Processor
Either:
- Intel i3-6100 or greater
- AMD FX4350 or greater
Memory
8+ GB RAM
Graphics Card
Either:
- NVIDIA 960 or greater
- AMD Radeon RX 570 or greater

Cameras and Video Inputs

Depth Cameras
✔️ Intel RealSense D415
✔️ Intel RealSense D435/D435i
✔️ Azure Kinect DK (experimental)
Webcams
✔️ AUSDOM AW615
✔️ GUCEE HD92
✔️ Logitech C270
✔️ Logitech C920
✔️ Logitech C922 Pro
✔️ Logitech C930
✔️ Logitech C930e
✔️ Logitech BRIO
✔️ Microsoft Lifecam HD-3000
✔️ PAPALOOK PA187
✔️ Razer Stargazer
✔️ Sony PXW-Z90V
Capture Cards
✔️ AverMedia ExtremeCap 3
✔️ AverMedia Live Gamer C985
✔️ AverMedia Live Gamer HD 2
✔️ Elgato Cam Link
✔️ Elgato HD60 S
✔️ Elgato HD60 Pro
✔️ Elgato 4K60 Pro
✔️ Razer Ripsaw
✔️ Blackmagic DeckLink Mini Recorder 4K

Note: Ensure that you have a Capture Card compatible camera; we recommend Elgato’s search tool to check.

Software Inputs
✔️ XSplit Broadcaster
✔️ OBS VirtualCam
✔️ DroidCam