One platform that you can use to host your live stream production is Facebook. You can take advantage of any hardware encoding device and have more advanced options for how you can send the video out. In this video, Richard Harrington walks through how to do a traditional live stream on YouTube Live.
- All right, let's move on to just doing a…traditional, live YouTube stream.…This one means that we could take full advantage…of any hardware and coding device, and have…more advanced options over how we send the video out.…Now, this is relatively easy.…What's you're going to want to do is go to Stream Now.…Per account, you have one player.…This means that you can do one stream…per brand, or account.…You can have access to multiple YouTube accounts, but…you only get one player.…
What you'll do here is go down to the Basic Info.…And you'll notice that there is a stream key, or name.…This you're going to need in just a moment to put…into your streaming software.…Now, what we can do here is under Stream Options,…we can adjust things.…For example, normal latency means we'll get…higher quality picture, but there's more of a delay…between what's happening, versus the live streaming aspect.…If I choose something like ultra low latency,…or low latency, this means a minimal delay…between what's happening.…
What I found is essentially, normal latency can be…
You'll learn essential preproduction strategies to get the right gear and place it in the right position. You'll also learn techniques for syncing the visuals and audio captured from each camera. Rich and James offer advice for directors running shoots in the field, as well as strategies for crew members who are building sets and logging footage. Finally, in chapters 7 and 8, they share techniques for multicamera postproduction with Final Cut Pro X and Premiere Pro. In these chapters, you'll learn how to create multicam clips, apply color correction, color match angles, switch between angles, and refine and master your edit. By the end of the course, you'll have a thorough start-to-finish understanding of the multicamera production process.
- Planning the multicamera production
- Evaluating the location
- Creating camera diagrams
- Selecting the right equipment
- Communicating with crew
- Lighting multicam productions
- Matching and syncing cameras
- Directing a multicamera shoot
- Editing multicamera video
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Q: This course was updated on 12/01/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover the essentials of live streaming your multicamera production.
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1. Planning the Production
2. The Production Approach
3. Preparing Cameras for a Multicamera Production
4. Running a Multicamera Production
5. Strategies from the Crew
6. Preparing for Post-Production
7. Multicamera Post-Production with Adobe Premiere Pro
8. Multicamera Post-Production with Final Cut Pro X
9. The Essentials of Live Streaming Your Multicamera Production
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