There are two ways to get audio in Switcher Studio:
Internal audio sources: Your switcher device's built-in microphone, Video Chat remote guests, pre-recorded video assets, audio assets.
External audio sources: External microphones, audio mixers, and media players (e.g. computers, iPods, etc.) that can be plugged into your switcher device
Using Internal Audio Sources (Default)
By default, Switcher Studio uses the built-in microphone on the main switching device for audio. You cannot select remote cameras as the audio source.
When using Video Chat or playing video assets or audio assets, you don't need to do anything additional to get their audio into Switcher Studio. By default, the software includes echo cancellation for Video Chat when using an iOS device's internal mic.
Note: Echo cancellation does not work with external audio devices connected. If you are using an external audio device with Video Chat, you will need to use headphones to hear your Video Chat guest without an echo.
If the audio quality is poor from the main switcher, consider moving the device closer to the action or connecting external audio sources.
Using External Audio Sources
Using external audio sources can improve the quality and quantity of audio sources in your broadcast. Whether you are using a single microphone or routing multiple devices through an audio mixer, you will need a specific set of adapters, cables, and hardware. These requirements depend on whether your switcher device has a headphone jack, lightning port, or USB-C port and whether you'd like mono or stereo audio. These guides provide step-by-step instructions on setting up external audio sources by input type:
Using a Headphone Jack for External Audio (Mono Only)
Using a Lightning Port for External Audio (Stereo or Mono)
Using a USB-C Port for External Audio (Stereo or Mono)