The Connect Menu allows you to pair your NINJA V with Atomos Cloud Studio. It also displays the details of services you have connected to.
Networking and cloud features are only available when an Atomos CONNECT is attached to your NINJA V, and the device is in Connect Mode. Once in Connect mode, the WiFi and Network menu page tabs will be available, and you can pair your device with Atomos Cloud from the Connect Menu.
The first time that you open the Connect Menu page with an Atomos CONNECT attached to your NINJA V, you will see the grey Connect icon on-screen. To use the network and cloud features of ATOMOS CONNECT, Connect mode must be enabled. Tap the Connect mode icon to enter Connect mode.
The Connect mode button will only appear when an Atomos CONNECT is attached to your NINJA V.
This screen will also be displayed after performing a factory reset, or installing new AtomOS firmware.
Once you are in Connect mode, the status of the network connection and the connection to Atomos Cloud are displayed. The Wi-Fi and Network Menu Page tabs will appear in the menu system and the Wi-Fi and Ethernet icons will appear in the information bar as well.
Whilst in Connect mode, tapping the connect button will allow you to manually turn the connection to Atomos Cloud Studio on or off.
Connecting to the Atomos Cloud
Before connecting to the Atomos Cloud, your device must first be connected to a network. Refer to the and How to connect to an Ethernet network pages for further information on how to connect to a network. When connected to a Wi-Fi or Ethernet network, the corresponding icon will appear white in the information bar under Network. Once you have successfully connected to a network, you can follow the steps below to pair the device to the Atomos Cloud from the Connect Menu.
How to Pair your device to the Atomos Cloud
Confirm that your device is connected to a network. The network connection status is displayed under Network as either Connected or Disconnected, with a green or grey circle to indicate the status visually.
Tap on Pair.
Scan the QR code to connect to Atomos Cloud Studio on your mobile device, or navigate to atomos.cloud on a desktop browser . Enter your details and tap/click Next to sign up for an Atomos Cloud Studio Account. Tap/click on Sign In if you already have an Atomos Cloud Studio Account, and follow the prompts to sign in.
Follow the guidelines to create a suitable password.
Check your email inbox for an email from Atomos with a six digit verification code. It will be sent to the email address used to create your Atomos Cloud Studio Account. Make sure you check your Junk-mail folders as well. Enter the verification code on screen when prompted and tap/click Next.
A window will appear with spaces to enter the three word code that was shown on your Atomos device. Enter the three words in the spaces provided and tap/click on Next.
Give your device a nickname to help identify it.
The device has now been paired with your Atomos Cloud account. The Devices tab will update to show an image of the device you paired and it's details. The three word code is displayed on the image of the device and the device type appears at Device. When your device is connected to Atomos Cloud, a green circle will appear next to the device nickname at the top of the device box.
The Connect Menu page of your NINJA V will also update to display Connected at Atomos Cloud with a green circle to indicate the status visually. The name used to create an Atomos Cloud Account will be displayed at Account, and the current device mode will be displayed at Device Mode. This will be either Frame.io C2C mode or Live Stream mode. Destination lists the name of the project selected as a destination.
Next you will need to configure the services for this device at atomos.cloud. Tap on the + symbol next to Add Destination in the device box to add a destination.
A new window opens displaying the destination options. Click to select a destination and you will be prompted to enter your credentials and other settings for that destination.
Adjusting settings for paired devices
Tapping/clicking on the three dots in the upper right corner of the device image box displays options to change the nickname or unpair the device.
Unpairing your device from the Atomos Cloud
If you decide that you would like to unpair a device from your Atomos Cloud Account, select Unpair Device from the drop-down menu. A dialog box will ask you to confirm your decision.
Unpairing a device will also disconnect any associated services that you may have connected to.
Before performing a factory reset, ensure that you have unpaired your device from the cloud
Factory Resetting your NINJA V
Factory resetting a NINJA Vthat was previously paired with Atomos Cloud Studio, will reset the unique three-word combination that is displayed on the Connect menu page. It will also reset the device's network configuration.
Before you perform a reset, you will need to unpair your NINJA V from your Atomos Cloud Studio account. Follow the steps in the section above to unpair your device from within Atomos Cloud Studio.
You can also unpair your device from Atomos Cloud Studio from the Info page on your device. Tap on Unpair ACS to unpair from your Atomos Cloud Studio Account.
You will be prompted to confirm your choice. Tap on Confirm to proceed with unpairing.
Once your NINJA Vis successfully unpaired, return to the Info menu tab and press the Factory Reset button to reset your device to factory settings.
If you would like to make changes to your Atomos Cloud Account, tap/click on Account on the left side of the screen to open the Account tab. This page allows you to change your password, edit your profile details or sign out of the Atomos Cloud Studio Account.