Live Stream Camera

Live Stream Camera

Last year, Livestream’s Mevo became the first camera with integrated Facebook Live streaming. Now the video streaming platform is giving its device a few more major upgrades, including support for Android and YouTube Live. The camera can now broadcast to four platforms: its creator’s website (Livestream), Facebook Live, Periscope and YouTube Live. Plus, it can do so in 1080p, something it wasn’t capable of, since it used to be locked to 720p. So long as you upgrade its software and get the latest version of its iOS app or its new Android app, you can also use it to record 4K videos.
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Live Stream Camera

SDI output cameras are the most professional, and typically the most expensive option. SDI cameras are common in professional video productions because SDI cables lock into place, offering a secure connection. In addition SDI cables are the best for long cable runs. With USB, Analog and HDMI cables you can only go about 20 feet (maybe up to 50 feet in ideal conditions) before you start to run the risk of video image quality loss or interference. With SDI cables, you can do much longer cable runs without fear of interference. Because cameras with direct SDI output can be expensive, many people choose to use HDMI ouput cameras and then use an HDMI to SDI converter. An HDMI cable can run out of the camera into a converter which is located on the tripod of the camera, or right near it. This way you only have a short HDMI cable run out of the camera and then from the converter to your switcher or encoder you can run SDI cable.
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Live Stream Camera

There are hundreds of different cameras that will work with Ustream. In terms of compatibility with Ustream, what’s important is not usually the specific brand and model, but rather the type of output your camera has and how that connects to your encoding software or hardware. Most cameras do not connect directly to Ustream; most cameras you will need to connect to a switcher, capture card or encoder and the encoder is what sends the video stream to Ustream.

Live Stream Camera

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Live Stream Camera

Go live wirelessly and preview your stream via the free Livestream app on iOS and Android or via any desktop browser in Mac or PC. Even without a mobile device, you can still be in control using the joystick, selector button, and headphone jack directly on the Broadcaster Pro.
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Live Stream Camera

Take full control. Go live wirelessly and preview your stream via the free Livestream app on iOS and Android or via any desktop browser in Mac or PC. Even without a mobile device, you can still be in control using the joystick, selector button, and headphone jack directly on the Broadcaster Pro. Headphone-out Joystick Livestream App

Live Stream Camera

Most cameras have some option for analog output. Typically it is a proprietary connector type on the camera end and a standard “RCA” type connection on the other end of the cable. Many switchers and capture cards accept analog connections, so these can be a good choice for maximum compatibility. The downside on analog cables is that you run a higher risk of interference or video quality loss, the longer you run the cables. Using high quality shielded cables and keeping your cable runs short can help avoid this.
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Live Stream Camera

Simple, small and discreet — it’s like a TV studio in your pocket. Mevo packs the power of a professional crew into a portable, unobtrusive camera that fits in the palm of your hand.
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No rig required. Simple, small and discreet — it’s like a TV studio in your pocket. Mevo packs the power of a professional crew into a portable, unobtrusive camera that fits in the palm of your hand. See Tech Specs
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“Whether you’re in the studio or on the street, the Livestream Broadcaster Pro works great for encoding your video footage on-the-go. Its light-weight mobile-friendly design, along with its easy-to-use functionality and reliability, make the Broadcaster Pro a must-have piece of hardware for anyone wanting to deliver seamless high-quality live video streams to your channel.” Craig Neef Unicorn Riot Co-Founder
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“Whether you’re in the studio or on the street, the Livestream Broadcaster Pro works great for encoding your video footage on-the-go. Its light-weight mobile-friendly design, along with its easy-to-use functionality and reliability, make the Broadcaster Pro a must-have piece of hardware for anyone wanting to deliver seamless high-quality live video streams to your channel.”