To learn the basics of what my live streaming setup is, check out my video “How I LIVE Stream: Hardware in a Professional YouTube LIVE Streaming Studio.” Just a little precursor, though—it’s quite involved. My setup uses a dedicated hardware switcher, multiple cameras over SDI connections, an audio mixer, a hardware streaming device and a whole lot more. Of course, you don’t have to get quite so involved, at least not to get started.
Last week I was at B&H in New York, where I took the audience through the basics of live streaming using Epiphan hardware. You can watch that live stream on the B&H Events Page right here.
Check out the article from the website of our sister publication HDVideoPro, “Revisiting NAB 2017,” which includes some of the latest gear for live-streaming content.