Mixvibes Intros Remixvideo MIDI-Compatible ‘Video Sampler’

Mixvibes has introduced Remixvideo, a MIDI-compatible ‘video sampler’ for OS X that offers VST/AU and Ableton Link support.

It offers two ways to enhance music performances with visuals: linking audio samples to video pads in standalone mode, or playing it as a video plug-in within your favorite music software. 


  • Play fully-synced video samples.
  • Link audio samples to video pads.
  • Modular grid: up to 8×8 pads.
  • 3 playmodes: loop, one-shot and gate.
  • Audio sample editor: quantize, gain, mute audio.
  • Video sample editor: hue, contrast, brightness, saturation, chroma key, position & scale.
  • 18 video FX.
  • 7 mixing modes.
  • Built-in mixer: audio & video faders, bi-filter knobs, EQs, mute & solo buttons.
  • Live BPM control: time stretch included.
  • Touch Bar editing shortcuts on the new MacBook Pro.
  • Auto-Pilot: automatically plays a sequence of pads.
  • 72 royalty-free professional video samples (available in 404p, 720p & 1080p).
  • 36 royalty-free professional audio samples.
  • Generators: includes 12 lightweight and audio reactive video samples.
  • Overlays: includes 13 transparent background video samples.
  • Import your own video & audio samples onto the grid (100 seconds max)
  • Import your own images and logos onto the grid (jpeg, png & bmp)
  • Supports main AV formats & video codecs (avi, mjpeg, mov, mp4, mpeg…).
  • Compatible audio formats: MP3, M4A, WAV, AIFF, FLAC, OGG, AAC, WMA
  • Alpha layer: make a color transparent with chroma key or use HAP codecs.
  • Live video input: play webcam or camera input onto a pad.
  • Direct output to a secondary screen for live performance.
  • Picture control: video projection mapping & master video editor
  •  Video ratio editor.
  • Record your performance live in high-quality MP4 video.
  • Share your recordings via YouTube and Dailymotion.
  • MIDI Support: Novation Launchpad Mk2, Akai APC Mini & Livid Instrument Base 2.
  • MIDI Learn: quickly assign MIDI commands to any controller.
  • VST/AU plug-in.
  • Ableton Link support
  • Syphon support: share video output with third-party software.

Pricing and Availabilty

Remixvideo is available now for US $99.99 in the Mac App Store.

11 thoughts on “Mixvibes Intros Remixvideo MIDI-Compatible ‘Video Sampler’

      1. actually picking on this big growing movement of “ableton link” compatibility which sounds nice
        exactly how much is this program?
        just like these for for MAX but they don’t say in headline that
        audiobus, core midi , au, vst, or basic function with thing many may have sounds better to me

        I just think that this mad rush to make it work with a program that not everyone will buy (money being the operative word) may be becoming an overdone thing
        Kinda like this apple compatibility in all new devices, cars etc , yeah its nice, but how do you think it makes the non apple user

        1. Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill!

          Ableton Link is a STANDARD that lots of companies support because it’s VERY USEFUL.

          There’s nothing extra that you have to buy. It’s like MIDI support.

          And it’s free for developers to support, too.

          So there’s no downside to apps supporting it, but it offers a lot of benefits.

          THAT’S why you see lots of apps supporting it, nowadays – it’s a very desirable feature!

          1. probably is and not so much being there, just starting to getting all these ap updates that say “adding ableton link” and it is starting to become like a tag line like “4 out 5 dentist”
            I think itr starting to become something on edge of annoying if it is the only news
            Now this program here does look good, problem is i don’t have a mac, maybe mixvibes make an IOS version

            By the ways that mouse-pad tag comes from another annoying thing i have seen for years ” a mouse-pad that is compatible with wndows whatever” saw it way back in windows 95 days

        2. Ableton Link support is super-useful in the world of iOS music making even if you don’t use Ableton Live. It’s almost a given that eventually any new app that needs tempo/syncing capabilities should include it if it’s going to be taken seriously. It’s not about Ableton products at all.

          1. the one ability I would love to see next with all aps
            in others words all music makers are in same key so it sounds good

            by the ways only thing i know that is cool about ableton is the launchpad

  1. “exactly how much is this program?” – um it says at the end of the article
    “Remixvideo is available now for US $99.99 in the Mac App Store.”

    JMO, but for me and the work I do, the more options to make the tools/software I use work together is always better than incompatibility.

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