VenusLiv Support

Tap [ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ] on the right side of the screen; Enter the [professional] settings menu;

Adjust the [EV] value; Increase the value by moving it to the right to increase the brightness, or decrease the value by moving it to the left to decrease the brightness. 

Note: The [EV] value can only be adjusted when the ISO is set to automatic.

Tap [ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ] on the right side of the screen; Enter the [professional] settings menu;

Adjust the [ISO] value; The lower the value, the lower the brightness; When the scene lighting is sufficient, the lower the ISO value, the better the image quality (it is recommended that the ISO value should not exceed 640).

Adjust the [aperture] value; The smaller the value, the higher the brightness; The larger the value, the lower the brightness;

Adjust the [shutter] value. Higher shutter values lead to longer exposure time and higher brightness, while lower values result in shorter exposure time and lower brightness.

Note: The ISO value should not be set too high, which may cause the image noisy. The optional shutter value is associated with the selection of the live frame rate. The shutter parameter can only select multiple of the live frame rate. For example, if the current live frame rate is 30fps, the current shutter can be 1/30, 1/60, and 1/120.

The purpose of white balance adjustment is to adjust the overall color tone of the picture. There are two colors of blue and yellow. The white balance value should be close to or match the color temperature of the lighting at the scene, resulting in a more accurate representation of the color temperature. 

Tap [ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ] on the right side of the screen; Enter the [professional] settings menu;

Adjust the [WB] value; Take 5000K as the reference; Sliding to the left decreases the value, resulting in a bluish overall colour tone, while sliding to the right increases the value, resulting in a yellowish overall colour tone.

Note: In general, the WB value is set in the range of 4800~5000, which can adapt to the overall hue of most live broadcast rooms, and is closer to the color seen by human eyes.

Tap [ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ] on the right side of the screen; Enter the [professional] settings menu;

Set the [AF] option; AF-S (Single Focus): manually tap the focus box to trigger an automatic focus, and fix the focus position after the focus is clear.

AF-C (Auto Focus) continuously detects changes in focus within the focus box and triggers autofocus continuously.

Note: If the subject in the image is not moving frequently, it is recommended to prioritize AF-S mode to ensure that the autofocus system maintains focus on the primary subject instead of shifting attention to other objects in the frame.

Color saturation refers to the intensity of colors in the image. The overall color can be slightly adjusted by adjusting the saturation.

Tap [ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ] on the right side of the screen; Enter the [scene] settings menu;

Adjust the [saturation] value by sliding it to the left to diminish the colour intensity and make the colours appear lighter, or by sliding it to the right to increase the colour intensity and deepen the hues.

Fine-tuning the sharpness of an image can significantly improve its overall clarity, making it appear more crisp and defined. 

Tap [ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ] on the right side of the screen; Enter the [scene] settings menu;

Adjust the [sharpness] value by sliding it to the right to increase the value for sharper and more defined details, or slide it to the left to decrease the value for a smoother and softer appearance with reduced emphasis on fine details.

Adjusting the contrast affects the brightness and darkness levels in the image and can be finely adjusted based on the desired color effect. 

Tap [ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ] on the right side of the screen; Enter the [scene] settings menu;

Adjust the  [contrast] value by sliding it to the right to increase the contrast level (which will result in a darker image with more distinction between bright and dark areas) or slide it to the left to decrease the contrast level (which will result in a brighter image with less distinction between bright and dark areas).

The Color Correction Magic allows you to select and adjust individual colors in the image, with a maximum of three colors.

Tap [ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ] on the right side of the screen; Enter the [Color Correction] Setting1 Menu;

Tap the color picker button in the upper right of the menu to enter the color picking page; Drag the circle button in the screen to pick the color;

Adjust the [saturation] value by sliding it to the left to decrease color intensity and make the color lighter, or slide it to the right to increase color intensity and make the color deeper.

Adjust the [hue] value to adjust the color tone by sliding it to the left for a reddish-purple tone or to the right for a bluish-green tone.

Note: The adjustments of saturation and hue only apply to the selected color(s). Long-press the color block at the top to delete the color and pick a new one. The color adjustment function provides better tuning for skin tones.

Slide down the screen and tap the [Settings] button;

Tap [system and update]-select [system] and the system will automatically check for updates. If a new firmware version is available, tap [upgrade] to proceed with the upgrade.

Note: The VenusLiv camera needs to be connected to the internet before upgrading. You can connect via Wi-Fi or use an Ethernet connection. 

To add a streaming URL to your camera’s live streaming page, please access the left icon at the bottom of the screen and select the [Add Streaming URL] button displayed at the bottom. 

Choose the desired streaming platform and utilize your mobile phone to scan the QR code on the screen.

Once scanned, input the corresponding [Streaming URL] and [Streaming Key].Once completed, tap [Finish] on the camera’s screen to save the streaming information. 

Note: Before adding a streaming URL, ensure that the VenensLiv camera is connected to the internet via Wi-Fi or Ethernet. The RTMP streaming URL and key can be obtained from your personal live streaming settings of the corresponding platform. Please refer to the guidelines provided by the specific live streaming platform, as not all platforms support RTMP streaming.