Watch Live Streaming Pros’ NAB Livestream for the Latest in Live Video Tech

At NAB, we’re demonstrating the power of live by streaming the largest broadcasting trade show to viewers around the world. Livestream is thrilled to sponsor and host the Live Streaming Pros’ NAB broadcast at the Livestream booth from April 23-27. No matter where you are – on site or around the world – you can watch our NAB livestream for the latest products, releases, and insights from the world’s leading live video brands.

If you’re attending NAB this year, be sure to stop by booth C1707 where you can see the show – and how it’s produced and streamed – up close. The Live Streaming Pros will be broadcasting live with our best-in-class Studio software and the Mevo live event camera, and streaming to YouTube and Facebook Live on the Livestream platform.

In addition to interviews with the leading minds in tech, Live Streaming Pros will be giving away a Mevo live event camera every day, with a grand prize drawing for Livestream’s new 3-camera kit.

Here are some exciting highlights you won’t want to miss:

NAB Livestream Kick-Off
Our week-long coverage starts at the source: Livestream’s mobile studio on the NAB floor. Tune in on Sunday, April 23 at 3pm PST for a preview of what’s in store and to hear about Livestream’s big NAB product announcements from our Co-Founder Max Haot.

Shure Blogger Cheryl Jennison-DaProza
Shure is leading the world in audio equipment, from microphones and antennas to mixers and more. Join Luria Petrucci on Monday, April 24 at 10:45am PST for an intimate chat with Shure staff blogger Cheryl Jennison-DaProza for exciting updates from the Shure team.

AmpLive Demonstration
If you build it, will they watch? Growing your live event audience is one of the biggest challenges facing broadcasters today. On Tuesday, April 25 at 2:45pm PST, tune in to learn how AmpLive is helping brands expand their reach and a must-see demonstration of their newest growth technology.

Wherever you’re tuning in, Livestream and Live Streaming Pros’ will be on hand to bring you the latest news from NAB. There’s still more to come this week, so be sure to check Live Streaming Pros’ NAB page for the latest show schedule.

Key Features of Livestream Studio: Demo Video

Livestream Studio gives you all the elements of a professional live multi-camera production in a Windows-based switcher software. Think of it as a way to elevate your production quality with the ability to include multiple cameras, added graphics, green screen, pre-recorded video – and then some. Let’s address some of the most commonly asked questions and key features of Livestream Studio.

How to get started on Livestream Studio

There are three ways to use Studio: subscribe to a Livestream plan, purchase a Livestream Studio hardware unit, or Livestream Studio Software. If you choose to purchase our Studio Software online, you’ll receive a USB Dongle which will activate all the features of Livestream Studio when you plug it into the computer.

Key Features of Livestream Studio

Autofade capability (5:13-5:30 of the video below): Don’t like a hard cut? Then use the autofade functionality, based on the transition you’ve set, and manually control how fast you want it to autofade.

Graphics capability (5:30-6:20): This is one of the more important functionalities to include in your broadcast. Livestream Studio gives you the ability to add logos, lower-thirds, or build a picture-in-picture graphic. Once your graphic is set, you can preview it, push it into program view, and pull it when you’re done.

How to create a graphic overlay track or lower-third (6:29-9:52): Graphic overlays can be used to enhance your live video presentation. With Livestream Studio, you have the option to use three graphics overlay channels – all of which can include multiple layers of static or data-driven graphics.

How to build a picture-in-picture graphic (15:55-17:00): During a multi-camera production, you may want to show two or more camera shots at the same time. Livestream Studio gives you the ability to show any number of cameras you’d like within a picture-in-picture graphics layer.

How to use green screen (17:00-19:18): The use of green screen (also known as chroma key) has become popular lately. It is used to remove a color from your video, or the background of a video scene, to replace with an image that will serve as your background.

How to integrate a Mevo with Livestream Studio (27:55-28:34): To bring a Mevo into Livestream Studio, make sure they’re connected to the same internet network. You can also bring other sources into Studio wirelessly over a direct RTMP stream.

How to use a bonded connection (31:40-32:35): If you’re streaming to Livestream, you have the capability to bond multiple internet networks (multiple ethernet connections, WiFi, or cellular modems) together. You can also designate certain connections as primary and others as backups.


To learn how you can bring out the best in your live event with key features of Livestream Studio, watch the video below.