Once you have logged in to your account and created an event, you can go live. Livestream offers a few plug-and-play tools to help you go live without needing to worry about what kind of equipment you have.
What you need to go live:
☑️ At least 1 camera with a capture device, a webcam, or a smartphone
☑️ A high-performance computer
☑️ Internet connection
Missing any of the above requirements? Here are some ‘plug and play’ solutions we offer.
Interested in streaming without lugging around a computer? Livestream Broadcaster Pro
An ideal solution for single-camera streams, the Broadcaster Pro can stream any HDMI camera directly without the need for a computer. All you need is an event page to stream to and an Internet connection via Ethernet, WiFi, or 4G. Learn more here.
Hosting a large event and need multi-feed streams? Livestream Studio software
Livestream Studio is a powerful software that allows for switching between multiple cameras, graphic overlays, video playback, high-resolution recording, and multi-bitrate streaming. It will work on Windows 7 or higher. Learn more here.
Not sure if you have all the right hardware? Livestream Studio HD51
The HD51 is a powerful, rack-mountable computer with all the necessary software hardware pre-installed in order to produce a professional multi-camera event. All you need to do is plug in your HD-SDI or HDMI cameras and launch Livestream Studio to get going. Learn more here.
Taking your show on the road? Livestream Studio HD550
The HD550 is an all-in-one, portable multi-camera solution for producers who tend to travel or have limited space to work with. It includes all the necessary software hardware pre-installed, so you can plug in your cameras and start streaming. Learn more here.
Do you want to stream from your computer’s webcam? Livestream Producer
Livestream Producer is a free encoding software that works on both Mac and Windows computers. This is ideal for simple webcam or single-camera streams that can also screencapture your desktop. Learn more here.