How to use Google Glass with Livestream Studio
Last updated on Jul 30, 2014 10:17AM EDT
Livestream Studio Software™ 2.0 allows you to use your Google Glass as a remote camera.
Connect your Google Glass via WiFi to the same network as your Livestream Studio.
From the OK Glass menu, swipe to Livestream and tap to open (or say "Start broadcasting").
Swipe to "Livestream Studio" and tap.
This will activate your Google Glass as a live remote camera source. The notification on the top left will read "Waiting for Studio to connect..."
In Studio, make sure you have added a remote camera as an input.
If you have not added a remote camera as an input, open your Studio preferences and select the "Video Input / Output" tab.
Click the "+" button to add a new input and select "Remote Camera" from the drop-down menu.
Select the Remote Cam tab.
Within the Remote Cam tab, you will find a list of all remote camera devices currently connected to your network. You can click each remote camera device to reveal a preview.
Find your Google Glass from the list of devices.
Now you use your Google Glass as a camera source in your Livestream Studio production.
How to Switch Quality
You can switch qualities from the main menu by swiping to the "Switch Quality" screen.
Tap to choose a quality. You can select Low, Normal, or High.