We are aware of issues with connecting GoPro cameras to Studio remotely. As a workaround, we suggest connecting GoPro cameras via HDMI to your Studio unit; this will also produce a higher quality output than connecting wirelessly.
Livestream Studio includes the ability to bring a GoPro Hero 4 as a remote camera source via the GoPro camera's built-in WiFi hotspot.
To connect a GoPro Hero 4 as a remote camera, first enable the WiFi on the camera by pressing the WiFi button the side of the camera (or by activating it within its settings).
GoPro Hero 4 Black will have lower latency (less than 1 second) than GoPro Hero 3 (1-2 seconds).
If your Livestream Studio system does not have a built-in Wi-Fi receiver*, you can purchase a USB receiver, such as TP-LINK TL-WN727N 150Mbps, and plug it in to a USB port or a USB hub.
*Livestream Studio hardware products (HD31/HD51/HD510/HD1710, etc.) do not include built-in Wi-Fi receivers. Newer HD550's do have a Wi-Fi receiver built-in, but you will need an additional receiver if you intend to broadcast over Wi-Fi.
Check your system’s network settings to ensure the Wi-Fi is enabled and connected to your GoPro camera.
If you have secured your GoPro's Wi-Fi hotspot, you will need to enter the password in order for Livestream Studio to recognize it.
Once your system recognizes the GoPro’s WiFi, the GoPro will appear as a source in your remote camera modules.
Select the GoPro to activate it. You can then switch it into Program as desired.
Please note that the GoPro's wireless output to Studio does not exceed 240p. For the best quality, connect the GoPro to Studio directly via HDMI.