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What kinds of recording files does SlingStudio create?

The SlingStudio can record several kinds of video files depending on your needs.

The SlingStudio unit can create and maintain up to seven simultaneous recordings:

  • Four video inputs
  • One composite quad-view of up to four inputs
  • One program/output stream
  • One line-in audio stream (if an audio line-in source is present)*

… for a total of seven project recordings.

All video is recorded in the MP4 file format.

The SlingStudio unit can record project files to either a USB-3 hard disk, or an SD card.

Note that storage media (SD card or hard disk) do not have to be present if you're just streaming live video. You only need to have storage media inserted in (or connected to) the SlingStudio unit if your project requires the saving of actual files locally.

*Note: The line-in audio stream is an M4A audio recording only; the other six recording types are MP4 files containing both audio and video.

Here's some additional information:

SlingStudio compatible device list
SlingStudio technical specifications
Why are my recordings split into multiple files?
How do I join SlingStudio video recording files?