We walk you through step by step on setting up your Live Stream.
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Connect your Facebook account so you can broadcast live using Ecamm Live
If you try to stream to a group on facebook that you do not admin there are some things that you may want to know. Is it possible to stream to that group? Yes but we will have to show you.
Do you want to be side by side? cropped? In this video we will explore how to setup your Skype scene before your guest is ready.
Main Camera, Secondary Camera, Sharing Desktop, or Playing a video file. This video will set you up for the next few lessons.
You will be surprised on what you can do with the Camera Source. If you have multiple cameras setup we go over the switcher
You can choose to share your entire desktop or application. Ecamm also gives you the ability to zoom in on the app that you are wanting to share to create the custom look.
Typically you will have your scene all setup before you broadcast. This video will show you how can do that.
It's a timesaver because once you have your scene setup properly with all the overlays…titles..etc all you have to do is click a single button.
Another timesaver hack that you can do is export your scenes for future use. Sometimes your scene list gets out of control. Well by exporting based on what broadcast you are doing you can export your Ecamm Live scenes so you can later import them again.
Overlays can be used to spice up your scene. Add lower thirds. Countdown timers, images, video, and more.
Really it is as easy as drop and dragging. But we will go over how you can resize the images and positioning.
Create lower thirds, add text to your content live or pre-live broadcast.
You can play a video to your audience. You can have it in the corner playing while you are talking about what is going on.
Sometimes you want to give your audience a chance to come view so you have a timer overlay on your broadcast so audience members know when you are starting.
You can use picture in picture in sharing desktop mode and video playback mode.
There are a few settings that you may want to know more about. One of the ones that you may want to turn off is the play app sounds. If you are on a stream that gets a lot of comments this could be annoying to you.
Choose your stream size and know what platforms will accept what type of size. Fore example Facebook will accept 4K but your viewing stream will only be up to 720p.
Make your iPhone a mobile webcam with NDI camera. This app is for iPhone and has been around for a couple of years. Both Mac and iPhone have to be on the same network. There are pros and cons to this app but the video will explain it.
Your camera has an HDMI output and CamLink will take that video and bring it into your Ecamm Live.
Your camera has an HDMI output and MiniRecorder will take that video and bring it into your Ecamm Live.
This will show you the steps that you will have to go through in order to do a presentation using Ecamm Live and Keynotes. There is a special option that you will need to set in Keynotes to get this to work properly.
We're going to dive into the green screen effect showing you how to use it effectively. Show you how to crop off things that you may not want in your scene.
Google Hangouts, Skype, Zoom etc. You can use Ecamm Live as a virtual camera so what you see in Ecamm Live is what your viewers will see in those conferencing apps.
Works great if you want your person on camera to view what is being broadcasted. That way you can bring in comments, they know where to look if you are throwing in overlays..etc