The question of how can I live stream is a very common one. In the first part of this article I explained how the technology of broadcasting your web activity to the World Wide Web is no longer just for tech enthusiasts and Internet marketers. I explained how web companies like YouTube were able to use streaming technology to attract more visitors to their websites and, in turn, make more revenue. Now you may be asking how you can do the same thing…I’ll tell you. First you have to learn about a few Geo-restrictions and then apply them to your Go Live events. But before that I encourage you to check out part one of this article…
What is a Hybrid Virtual Event Service?
In the second part of this article I want to talk about the use of live streaming with the help of video production software like Camtasia. This piece of software allows you to record your Go Live shows, or even your everyday videos to save them onto your hard drive so that you can load them up later on in the future when you are travelling or at work. Using video production software means that you will be able to broadcast yourself live to the web at any time you like. All you need to do is plug the webcam into your computer’s USB port, and then you are ready to go. If you don’t like the idea of recording your own shows, there are millions of recordings that you can find online, all you have to do is type in the words “live streaming” into any search engine and millions of streams will appear.
To sum it up, if you want to know how can I live stream, one option is to record yourself live and then load up that recorded stream onto your laptop. You can then plug the webcam into your USB port and connect that webcam to your computer. All you need to do now is load up your video production software and begin broadcasting to the web.