Livestream Camera — Mevo | The First Camera for Facebook Live

Mevo, the Livestream camera and first camera for Facebook Live, puts the power and tools of a multi-camera production studio in the palm of your hand, at a fraction of the cost of traditional setups.

This morning at F8, the Facebook Developer Conference, Facebook announced that Mevo is the first camera to stream directly on Facebook Live. Today, we also released footage shot with Mevo. Please read our post on Medium for all the latest Mevo news.

Visit getmevo.com to pre-order now and Mevo will be delivered to you before it hits stores this summer.

Mevo (formerly Movi) is designed in Brooklyn by Livestream, the leader in live video.

 

Looking to get started streaming to Facebook Live? Check out our Facebook Live Guide to using Livestream across social media.

Stream Live to Multiple Destinations with Simulcast

Simulcast with Livestream combines the flexibility and ownership of the Livestream platform with the reach and engagement of your viewers’ favorite destinations.

Now, with the Livestream platform, you can reach millions of viewers on RTMP-enabled streaming destinations such as YouTube Live, Periscope, and Twitch when you become a Premium or Enterprise customer. Per our previous announcement, you can also stream to Facebook Live through the Livestream platform.

Update: Producers using Simulcast can now stream to multiple Facebook pages from their Livestream account. For more information and instructions on how-to, see our Help Center Article

With these tools, Livestream is now the key point of distribution for all your live content, enabling you to reach your audience wherever they are. Simulcasting gives you all of the Livestream features and benefits – including white labeling, analytics, and support – with the reach and scale of additional platforms.

Here’s how it works:

Livestream users have access to a stream key in their account settings. Copy the RTMP URL and stream key from popular destinations such as YouTube, Periscope, or Twitch into your Simulcast settings.

Activate Simulcast on all your events or an event-by-event basis. For more information and how-to, visit our help center article.