Share your Vision


Monitor what’s happening on-set. All over the world.

Atomos RemoteView lets you wirelessly share what’s on your AtomOS 11 screen, not just with other Atomos monitors, but also with iPads, Macs and Apple TVs. You can monitor what’s happening on-set and look through any connected camera taking the shot, from anywhere in the world. RemoteView doesn’t need expensive hardware – it uses the public internet, so it’s global.


in four easy steps

1. Create and configure

From your Atomos Cloud Studio account save presets for different configurations to recall at any time.

2. Select cameras & input overlays 

The inputs to your RemoteView session can be selected from any AtomOS 11 device – Ninja or Ninja Ultra fitted with Atomos Connect, Shogun or Shogun Ultra – or the Atomos Pro Camera app, which can be downloaded from the AppleStore. To assign a watermark, simply upload any transparent .png image.

3. Choose layout

Choose from eight layout presets – Quad, Large + 3, Large +2 (right), Large +2 (left), Duo, PiP (left), PiP (right) and Single – to determine how the inputs are displayed.

4. Choose outputs with output overlays 

Choose up to four destination monitor feeds. These can be AtomOS 11-enabled Atomos devices such a Ninja and Ninja Ultra, or AppleTV, Mac or iPad running the Atomos – Surface app. Each monitor output can have a separate transparent .png graphic overlay.


Customise to you own needs

Using Atomos Cloud Studio, you can easily share with the person standing next to you, or someone across the globe! For absolute security, you can burn a watermark into each remote video feed, so there’s no risk of copying. You can also brand your footage with your own or your customer’s logo.

Atomos RemoteView requires an AtomOS 11 monitor-recorder, Atomos Connect (if using a Ninja or Ninja Ultra) and an Atomos Cloud Studio account. It uses the Atomos Credits system for a simple ‘pay as you go service’ for 10 credits per hour.