The YoloBox Pro is here, and it comes packed with a ton of additional features and capabilities as compared to the YoloLiv YoloBox. We're here to compare both switcher/encoders and help you decide which one is best for your production.
Check out our comparison video, below.
For starters, YoloBox Pro has as an additional HDMI input, which makes it perfect for those looking to bring in a third camera for their production. Three cameras is often the sweet spot for live productions, so this addition definitely elevates the level of multi-camera streaming can be achieved with these devices.
It also still features a USB camera input (which can be used to record to a USB storage device as well), but on the YoloBox Pro this is a USB 3.0 port, while the YoloBox features a USB 2.0 port.
YoloBox Pro also includes two USB-C ports, one for charging and one for use as a standard USB-C. YoloBox only features one of these ports, so you can't use it for a USB-C if you are charging the unit at the same time.
Podcasters and audio professionals will also love the YoloBox Pro, because it has expanded audio mixing capabilities. YoloBox Pro still has the 3.5 mm line in audio jack that the original YoloBox has, but now it also comes equipped with an additional 3.5 mm mic in jack.
On top of additional inputs, the YoloBox Pro will also provide a faster and smoother experience, because it's CPU gives it added power. The YoloBox Pro packs a QualComm 660 CPU while the YoloBox features a QualComm 625 CPU.