New: Studio Upgrade With Lower CPU Usage + Multi-Platform Streaming

Livestream Studio 4.2 is now available to download for our software and hardware customers. Updates include simulcast features, more powerful encoding, and graphics support in Web Control. This is a free upgrade for all Studio users.

Key New Features

Multi-Destination Streaming: Stream simultaneously to multiple livestreaming platforms from Studio. This requires more bandwidth from the network you’re using to stream, but will not use more CPU. For a more optimized setup, you can also leverage the new simulcasting feature of the Livestream Cloud Platform (Premium and Enterprise plan), which sends a single stream to multiple platforms without clogging your venue internet connection.

Hardware Acceleration: Lower your CPU when streaming with PCs running on NVENC-enabled NVIDIA GPU or Intel CPU with QuickSync support. This includes custom Studio configurations, the Livestream Studio HD550 4K Edition, and Studio HD31. Streaming at 4K and 1080p60 is also available on these hardware platforms with our new hardware acceleration support.

Graphics Support in Web Control: Web Control gives producers remote control of your Livestream Studio software using a WebRTC compatible browser (Safari, Chrome, Firefox). Web Control now gives you the ability to fully control your Graphics module, including adding and editing data. Delegate graphics tasks to other team members while you focus on cutting the show on the main Studio interface.

New to HD streaming? Consider our entry-level Livestream Studio HD31, our turnkey hardware solution for multi-bitrate streaming. With the latest Studio upgrade, the Livestream Studio HD31 has made the leap from standard definition to high definition encoding.

For more information about Studio 4.2, read our release notes here.

How To Use Video In Your Event Marketing Strategy

Event marketing is an important part of any company’s growth strategy. Events give you an opportunity to connect with your users, customers, or other like-minded individuals in your industry, and hopefully, convert prospects into customers.

As any event planner knows, events are often expensive and challenging to execute. You want to make sure you’re getting as much return-on-investment as possible out of each event. An easy way to guarantee event ROI is by incorporating video into your event strategy. We’ve paired up with Eventbrite to help you navigate how to use video in your event marketing strategy.

Video is more engaging and emotional than any other form of content. That’s what makes it so perfect for events. Live video can help your event reach the largest audience possible, and video used throughout and after your event can help set the tone and keep your in-person audience excited and engaged.

Watch our webinar with Eventbrite below to learn how to use video in your event marketing strategy, including:

  • Ways to use video to create unforgettable event experiences.
  • Best practices for boosting engagement before, during, and after your event.
  • Three trends that are defining the future of event technology.