Explore the benefits of going live with prerecorded video and learn how to easily set up your prerecorded stream on Facebook and Youtube.
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How to livestream copyrighted music on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch without getting flagged — a detailed guide for legally using music in your live video broadcasts.
Learn about how incorporating livestreaming video into your digital marketing strategy can benefit your business.
Want to livestream with Zoom? We're covering how to stream from Zoom to Facebook Live or YouTube — and when to consider Zoom livestreaming alternatives.
With YouTube Premiere, you can upload a video to YouTube and then schedule it to debut at a specific time. We cover how to use YouTube Premiere — and why you may want to!
Should you livestream your church services to Facebook, YouTube, your own website, or a paid platform? Here we compare the most popular options for churches.
We're tackling the age-old question: Is it better to livestream on Facebook or YouTube? Welp, it depends. Here we break it down.
One does not simply *go live on YouTube.* We'll show you where and how to enable livestreaming on your YouTube account.
Add a countdown timer to your live videos to add production value and give people time to settle in for your show. We cover how to add a timer and even offer a couple of free ones that you can download.
The YouTube app only allows streaming to channels with 1,000+ subscribers. Use Switcher Studio to stream on YouTube no matter how many subscribers you have.