Multistreaming

What is a multistream?


Simply speaking, multistreaming (also called simulcasting) is streaming one piece of video content to multiple platforms at the same time. For example, you can stream a weekly Live show to  YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch pages, at the same time.

Here are some companies to consider

Be.Live
Switcher Studio
Switcher Studio lets you capture video from multiple camera angles — and edit it in real time — helping you connect with your community in the most engaging way yet. Stream it live or record it for later.
StreamYard
Stream to multiple platforms simultaneously! StreamYard works with Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Periscope, Twitch, and custom RTMP outputs.
OneStream Live
Schedule your pre-recorded videos for live streaming up to 60 days in advance
LiveStream
Everything you need to livestream.
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HD Streaming 

Make sure you have a solid internet connection


You’ll want an upload speed of at least 4 Mbps.  Make sure you’re looking at upload speed, not download. 


We strongly recommend plugging in directly to your router. Wifi isn’t very stable and can cause issues even when your internet is fast.​


Encourage your guests to use a computer if possible (instead of mobile), and plug in to their router.

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