Fire-walling the streaming process from my laptop necessitates a dedicated computer. Zoom is cross platform so it really doesn’t matter if you’re using Mac or Windows, but has to be supported by the ATEM Mini. I have a Mac Mini that I run in the basement as a media server and I kept it down there because I don’t want to listen to the hard drives. So, at the cost of the inconvenience of powering down hard drives when they’re not needed, I have a computer that can work for this task.
Zoom’s primary use case is people who are using the built in mic and speakers on their laptop. If you’re using an audio interface, headphones and a mic, you an improve the audio quality you’re sending by disabling echo cancelation which you don’t need anymore.
Under Settings > Audio > Advanced, enable all options: