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    Chris Gilmour

    Hey Crew,

    I have been doing a lot of research into upping my live streaming game. I think now is a great opportunity to get our projects out to the world in an innovative and cutting edge way.

    To raise the bar, I want to be able to stream wide angle sets with multiple people on them in 1080HD with mulltiple camera angles to cut from.

    Here are the two best video’s I have found on the basics and a couple options for setting this up. I figured others are likely thinking about this too, or may be intrigued.

    – A real clear and informative video on the basics of advanced streaming options, and a few possible set-ups –

    – 3 camera’s using a HDMI converter, Wirecast, and youtube livestream –

    Would love to hear any other ideas people have. I am definitely starting to consider the option of streaming over Youtube instead of having a separate webinar program.


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    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide

    Awesome resources. We’re going to be doing a big event in October(ish) using Livestreaming via ( who you spoke to. Indeed very exciting times to be creatively creating and exploring what’s possible.



    Andy Freist
    Mountain Guide

    Yep, I think your case is best suited for using Youtube Live. I believe you can set the stream to private/unlisted so that its not accessible on Youtube (if you want). So you could then embed the stream on a page on your site, thus making it gated (or not gated).

    Are you thinking of using Wirecast?

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