There is a trial option with Livestream Studio. The duration of the trial varies depending on the provider you are using.
Download and install Livestream Studio. When the installation is complete, the software will launch and you will see the following screen.
A demo of Studio is available by signing up for either Livestream or Vimeo. Select whichever provider you prefer at the bottom of the window. When you finished signing up, you can start testing out Studio.
If you selected Livestream, you will have a trial of Studio available to you for 30 days. The limitations of this trial include:
- No more than 10 concurrent viewers per stream
- Maximum 20 minutes per stream.
- Viewers must be logged in to a Livestream account in order to see your content.
All other features of Livestream Studio are available to you during this trial. You will see a countdown for how many days you have left in the trial in the Stream module.
Your default draft event (created when you signed up for the trial) is already selected as your streaming destination. You can stream to this event or select + New Event to the right of the Event Name menu.
When your 30 days are up, you will be prompted to upgrade your Livestream account to a paid plan.
Signing up for Vimeo gives you access to a 10-minute live demo. This means you have full access to Livestream Studio and may broadcast for a total of 10 minutes before the demo expires.
A countdown of your demo time remaining will appear when you navigate to the Stream tab and hover the cursor over the Vimeo icon at the bottom of the interface.
All video recordings and outputs will include a watermark during this demo period.
Your demo will expire after you have streamed for a total of 10 minutes.
To continue using Livestream Studio when your free access expires, we have a few options for purchasing.