This Week on Livestream | November 27, 2017

Watch live as the host and judges of Bravo’s Top Chef sit down at 92Y, Subaru debuts their new SUV, Spoon plays at Brooklyn Steel, and the New York Rangers practice in New York.

A Conversation with the Host and Judges of Bravo’s Top Chef | 92Y
Tuesday, November 28
“Food lovers everywhere — are you ready for Season 15 of Bravo’s Top Chef? Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio, Gail Simmons and Graham Elliot in conversation with New York Magazine’s Chief Restaurant Critic, Adam Platt.”

Introducing the all-new Subaru Ascent | Subaru America
Tuesday, November 28
9:10 PM ET
“The biggest Subaru SUV yet is just around the corner — the 2019 Ascent. You can be among the first to see it when Subaru streams live from the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show.”

Rachel Bloom in Conversation with Ashley Lee | 92nd Street Y
Wednesday, November 29
“Rachel Bloom, the star of the CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, stops by 92Y to talk about what it’s like working on one of TV’s funniest, most original comic series. What new adventures lie in store for the lovably nutty Rebecca Bunch and her brilliant, talented creator?”

Spoon @ Brooklyn Steel | Pitchfork Live
Wednesday, November 29
“This Wednesday, November 29, Spoon are performing a sold-out show at Brooklyn Steel, as they continue to tour behind their 2017 record Hot Thoughts. Pitchfork is pleased to announce that they will be streaming that concert as the next installment of Pitchfork Live.”

Tina Brown | The Vanity Fair Diaries: 1983 – 1992 | Author Events
Thursday, November 30
12 PM ET
“The founding editor of The Daily Beast and creator of Tina Brown Live Media, she is also the founder of the Women in the World summit. In her new book, Brown draws upon the diaries she kept during her meteoric years at Vanity Fair to provide a personal and cultural chronicle of a fascinating era.”

2017 LA Auto Show | Toyota
Thursday, November 30
12 PM ET
“Watch the Future Toyota Adventure Concept (FT-AC) premiere at the LA Auto Show. #FTAC”

Classical Up Close: 2017 Richard Tucker Award Winner Nadine Sierra | The Greene Space
Friday, December 1
“In a preview to the December 10 Richard Tucker Gala at Carnegie Hall, WQXR presents an exclusive performance and conversation with Ms. Sierra, hosted by Nimet Habachy.”

Open Practice | New York Rangers
Saturday, December 2
12 PM ET
“The New York Rangers practice in New York, New York.”

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.