New from Livestream: Studio Software for Platform Subscribers

We’re excited to add Livestream Studio, our best-in-class live editing and encoding software, to the Livestream platform. Now all Livestream platform subscribers can add the full version of Studio to their production and switching/encoding machines directly from the web.

Livestream Studio unlocks the power of a fully-functioning broadcast studio from your desktop PC. Studio supports the use of multiple camera inputs and includes a customizable graphics library, so you can add dynamism and sophistication to any live event.

Instead of paying an additional $799 for a standalone software license, the full scope of our Studio software is now included in your subscription to the Livestream platform. For a turnkey hardware solution, including 4K camera and audio inputs, and a powerful built-in PC, Livestream Studio is available as a full license across our family of hardware encoders.

Use Studio to stream to the Livestream platform, Facebook Live, YouTube, or a custom RTMP destination from within the software interface. Whether you syndicate your content from within your Studio computer, or through the web with Livestream’s Simulcast feature, we have an easy-to-use option that works with your set-up.

Adding wireless video sources like laptops, mobile devices, and our Mevo camera is easy with Studio, which includes support for up to 10 remote sources. And Studio’s integration with the Google Chrome browser lets you control your Studio remotely (Web Control) or bring in live guests (Live Interview) from wherever you are.

Non-subscribers can still purchase a Livestream Studio USB dongle for offline use, separate from a Livestream subscription. If you wish to test our encoder with your existing workflow, you can also sign up for a free 30-day trial and unlock the full features of our Studio software.

Here’s How to Get Started

Download Studio and proceed through the in-app sign-up flow to start using Studio. If you already have a Livestream plan and the free version of Studio, update to the latest app version and log in to your account in the upper right to unlock your Studio license.

Now every Livestream plan subscriber can harness the power of Studio from the Livestream platform, and take their live events to new heights. It’s easier than ever to stream high-quality events to the Livestream platform, Facebook Live, YouTube, and other destinations.

For more information about activating your Studio software license, or to get started with Livestream’s end-to-end streaming solution, visit our help center article here.

This Week on Livestream | July 10, 2017

Watch live as Radiolab presents More Perfect at The Greene Space, Mark Bowden visits the Free Library of Philadelphia, ASCOA hosts a discussion on the present and future of North America, and Houston Sharp, the Art Director behind the paintings in this summer’s Wonder Woman, hosts a discussion and demo at The Gnomon School in Los Angeles.


Podcast Mixtape: Radiolab presents More Perfect | The Greene Space
Monday, July 7
7 PM ET
“Would you give up your home if it could possibly benefit the greater good? What if the government needed to take your land to build a hospital; would you give in? What if they needed the land for a stadium, or… a pipeline? Participate in a lively debate with Radiolab and More Perfect host Jad Abumrad and More Perfect legal editor Elie Mystal.”

#243 Higher Education: Digital Transformation and Innovation | CXOTALK
Tuesday, July 11
1 PM ET
“In this episode of CXOTALK, Joanna Young, recent higher ed CIO, industry advisor, and well-known thought leader, brings her latest insight and thinking on the digital transformation of higher education.”

Mark Bowden | Hue 1968: A Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam | Author Events
Tuesday, July 11
7:30 PM ET
“Mark Bowden is a national correspondent for The Atlantic and Vanity Fair and is the author of numerous New York Times bestselling books of investigative journalism, including the National Book Award-nominated Black Hawk Down.”

NASA iTech Forum | National Institute of Aerospace
Wednesday, July 12
9 AM ET
“NASA iTech is a yearlong initiative to find innovative ideas with the most potential impact on future space exploration and support development of the most promising solutions.”

A Discussion on North America: Present and Future | ASCOA Online
Wednesday, July 12
9:30 AM ET
“Council of the Americas and Americas Quarterly will look at the state of trade and investment in North America, the nature of supply chains, and how business is conducted today.”

Building the Advanced Headshot: Sponsored by Canon | bheventspace
Wednesday, July 12
1 PM ET
“Today, just about everyone needs a great headshot. Whether it’s for social media, business, or personal use, the marketplace for this type of photography is enormous and so is the income potential. This session will review lighting patterns on the face and then continue with how to create depth and dimension with up to 5 Speedlites and also cover the use of gels for color harmony between subject and background.”

Illustrating the History of Wonder Woman: Digital Painting with Houston Sharp | Gnomon
Thursday, July 13
10:30 PM ET
“Working with Director Patty Jenkins and a highly talented crew of artists, Houston Sharp helped realize a very specific look for the paintings featured in the hit movie. Houston will discuss the work that went into the paintings for Wonder Woman, as well as the design work he contributed to Ares in the final battle scene. An illustrator and concept artist from Los Angeles, Houston will conclude with a digital painting demo that will reveal his complete workflow when approaching an illustration, from start to finish.”

Kevin Hearne | Besieged with Chuck Wendig | Star Wars: The Aftermath Trilogy and Fran Wilde | Updraft | Author Events
Friday, July 14
7:30 PM ET
“Kevin Hearne is the author of the New York Times bestselling Iron Druid Chronicles, the ancient-Celtic-meets-contemporary-mayhem action-adventure series featuring 2,000-year-old Atticus O’Sullivan. In his latest adventure, the immortal Irishman dodges traps in ancient Egypt and soul-stealing demons at a Kansas carnival.”

“Is It Rolling, Bob?”: Bob Dylan’s Nashville Recordings Revisited | Country Music Hall of Fame
Saturday, July 15
3 PM ET
“Princeton history professor Sean Wilentz, author of the critically acclaimed study Bob Dylan in America (2010) and a contributor to Dylan’s official website, will offer remarks about Dylan’s strong ties to Nashville and country music, and then join a panel discussion focusing on Dylan’s album Blonde on Blonde, which was recorded in Nashville in 1966.”

Interlochen Featured Webcasts | Interlochen Center for the Arts
Sunday, July 16
8 PM ET
“Join Interlochen Arts live Sunday, July 16th at 8 PM ET for a live, featured broadcast of the World Youth Symphony Orchestra, violinist Simone Porter, and with Carlos Kalmar, conducting.”