This Week on Livestream | November 6, 2017

Watch live as Livestream Learn presents a Studio Software demo, Gnomon gets in the ‘weeds’ with the artists at Disney Feature Animation, and the World Economic Forum hosts the Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils in Dubai.


Nikki Giovanni | A Good Cry: What We Learn from Tears and Laughter | Author Events
Monday, November 6
7:30 PM ET
“A renowned activist and educator whose art emerged during the turmoil of the Civil Rights and Black Arts movements of the 1960s, Nikki Giovanni is a winner of the Langston Hughes Medal for Outstanding Poetry, a seven-time winner of the NAACP Image Award, and one of Oprah Winfrey’s 25 Living Legends.”

Meb Keflezighi and Kathrine Switzer with Dr. Jordan Metzl | 92nd Street Y
Tuesday, November 7
8 PM ET
“Join 92nd Street Y for a special evening to celebrate two running legends, Meb Keflezighi and Kathrine Switzer.”

Live Demo + Q&A: Livestream Studio Software | Livestream Learn
Wednesday, November 8
1:30 PM ET
“This Livestream Learn is a great overview for anyone new to livestreaming or switcher software, and an opportunity for those familiar with the software and platform to ask questions and improve techniques.”

Dan Rather | What Unites Us: Reflections on Patriotism | Author Events
Wednesday, November 8
7:30 PM ET
“The Free Library of Philadelphia presents Dan Rather in conversation with longtime broadcaster and journalist, Tracey Matisak. What Unites Us is an essay collection in which Rather expounds on what real patriotism looks like and extolls the institutions that sustain us.”

Weeds: The Making of an Animated Short Film | Gnomon
Wednesday, November 8
10:30 PM ET
“Join Kevin Hudson and Bradford Simonsen at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects for a behind-the-scenes look at Weeds, the first animated short film completed within the Filmmakers Co-op at Disney Feature Animation.”

How To Create A Studio Look, Anytime, Anywhere | bheventspace
Thursday, November 9
1 PM ET
“Join legendary photographer and lighting expert Gary Fong as he shows how to create dramatic lighting effects, anywhere or anytime.”

Reza Aslan | God: A Human History | Author Events
Thursday, November 9
7:30 PM ET
“Religion scholar Reza Aslan is The New York Times bestselling author of Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth. A chronicle of humanity’s drive to reconcile its spiritual beliefs, God draws a line from prehistoric religions to today’s interfaith connections.”

Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils – Dubai 2017 | World Economic Forum
Saturday, November 11
2:30 AM ET
“The Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils 2017, taking place in Dubai, will bring together more than 700 members of the Network of Global Future Councils to shape a better future.”

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.