Now Available: Accsoon SeeMo Pro SDI Ships & Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini DirectorMonitor iOS App Now Supports

Cupertino, August 9, 2023

The Accsoon SeeMo Pro SDI ($349 USD) that I recently reviewed on the site is now shipping. In addition, you can now use the SeeMo HDMI or SeeMo Pro SDI to view the output of the Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini in the DirectorMonitor iOS app. This means your iPad or iPhone can now be used for full touch control and display of an ATEM Mini without the need for additional monitors, just the SeeMo Pro. If you're not familiar with the Accsoon SeeMo Pro SDI, it transforms any recent iPad or iPhone into a professional HD monitor and imaging platform. The SeeMo Pro offers SDI input and pass-thru, plus HDMI input, allowing it to be used with a wide range of digital cinema and mirrorless hybrid cameras. When paired with iOS devices, the SeeMo Pro image can rival pro monitors that cost much more.

DirectorMonitor Control for ATEM Mini DirectorMonitor from Odeon Software Inc. uses SeeMo in conjunction with an iPad or iPhone to monitor and control the multiple video inputs of a Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini video switcher. The ATEM Mini MultiView, Program / Preview out, or one of the ATEM's video inputs is displayed next to the iPad/iPhone touchscreen controls of the DirectorMonitor app in the app interface. You no longer need extra monitors to live stream, just the ATEM Mini, SeeMo, cameras and an iPad or iPhone. This solution is portable, cost-effective and easy to power using batteries. It's so portable that it can even be used to create a simple multiview surveillance setup for use on set. You can also add Accsoon's PowerCage II and CineView wireless video transmitters to complete the installation. The main features of DirectorMonitor include:

- Control of the primary control buttons of the ATEM Mini
- Control of the macro buttons of the ATEM Mini
- Viewing any 1080p video source using the Accsoon SeeMo
- The Video In is configured to recognize the ATEM Mini's MultiView to enable the following push button controls:
- Tap the MultiView panel to select the current preview
- Tap the screen a second time tapping the current preview selects it as the program
- Tapping the preview window performs a trim with the program
- Tapping the program window performs an automatic transition with the preview
- Tapping the top half of the media window performs the same preview and program actions as the other resources
- Tap the bottom left or bottom right of the media window to select the previous or next images from the media pool, respectively.
- Tap the live stream or recording panel to enable or disable each feature.
- The DirectorMonitor interface displays the output of an ATEM Mini Extreme through an Accsoon SeeMo. In addition, the DirectorMonitor can also:
- Provide full access to HomeKit.
- Display the Video In source in full screen and access the ATEM, Macro and HomeKit buttons via a sliding panel.
- Rearrange and/or hide sections of the ATEM control buttons.
- DirectorMonitor is fully compatible with iOS Split View, Slide Over and Stage Manager to meet your multitasking needs.

By Matthew Allard ACS Matthew Allard is a multi-award-winning, ACS-accredited freelance Director of Photography with over 30 years of experience in over 50 countries around the world. He is the editor of and has been writing for the site since 2010. Matthew has won 48 ACS Awards, including five prestigious Golden Tripods. In 2016, he won the Best Cinematography award at the 21st Asian Television Awards. Matthew is available to hire as a DP in Japan or for work anywhere in the world.

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