Learn how to stream to Facebook here and to YouTube here. Learn how to stream to multiple destinations simultaneously here.

Set Up

To go live, you need the following:

  • Desktop computer or laptop

  • The latest version of Chrome or Safari browser

  • Web camera

  • LinkedIn account verified for live streaming (learn how to verify your account here.)

  • Stable internet connection to avoid lags and delays. We recommend using a hard-wired connection (ethernet).

  • A pair of headphones to avoid echo and feedback

Setting the Broadcast Destination

  1. Log in to your BeLive account using the latest version of Google Chrome.

  2. Click Set Destination on the top left section of the studio.

  3. Select LinkedIn as your broadcast platform.

  4. From the popup window, select the LinkedIn Account to connect with BeLive. Click Allow to give BeLive permissions to your LinkedIn account.

5. After this, you can select your Profile or Organisation to go live to.

6. Add a broadcast title and description.

7. Hit Save once done.

Note: Currently Scheduling is not available with LinkedIn.

Connecting Your Camera

Now when your destination is set, click Camera from the toolbar to push your webcam to the staging section:

You will notice 3 buttons on the camera source:

  1. Show in Stream - pushes your camera source to the broadcasting section

  2. Mute - disables your microphone (viewers stop hearing you)

  3. Stop video - disables your camera (viewers stop seeing you)

Move yourself to the broadcast by clicking Show in Stream.

Adding guests

Learn how to add guests here.

Starting and Ending Your Broadcast

After pushing your camera to the broadcasting section, click Start to begin your broadcast. A 3-second countdown will appear to signal the start of the stream. To end your broadcast, click the stop button:

Related articles

How to Set Up an Account with BeLive

How to Check Camera and Microphone Settings Inside the Production Studio

How to Download Broadcasts from BeLive

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