If you are checking on this article, most likely, you are going to broadcast with BeLive soon. And this is awesome 😃
To go live using our platform you'll need to have following equipment:
- Chrome browser
- Web camera
- Facebook account
- Stable internet connection
NOTE, this studio is currently in Beta version.
If you are all set up, then it's time to start!
You'll find yourself in our brand-new awesome Production Studio. First you need to press on "My Broadcast" title! Over there you'll be able to set your future broadcast 😃
The next step will be picking up the destination of the broadcast - you can go live on your timeline, a page or a group.
Also in this section you can write the description of your broadcast so that people can check what it will be about.
Let's move on :) To connect your camera, please, press the icon highlighted below.
After that you'll see that your camera connected in the Lobby section.
To change the settings of your camera and microphone you need to press on the gear button above your camera preview, that's it :)
There you can also check if camera and mic are connected and working.
You can mute yourself or turn off the camera and go live only having your audio on, to do so, please, use the buttons of microphone and video camera on your camera preview.
To move yourself to the broadcast, please, press on the "Arrow" icon.
Voila! You're in the broadcast!
The last step to go live is to press on "Start" button!
You see? Easy-peasy :)
Before going live you'll see the countdown, so no worries, you will definitely know when you are on the air!
To finish your broadcast simply press on the red button with the stop sign in the top-left corner.
NOTE, it's possible to add 4 video screens to the live broadcast and unlimited amount of "audio only" sources.
Here are a few tips for having a great live:
- Check whether you have up-to-date Google Chrome bowser
- Clear cache
- Reboot your computer
- Please check your camera and microphone before going live
- Broadcast in a good mood only 😻
Need help with setting up branding for the broadcast? Check this article for a quick setup!