What is it?


Live Streaming refers to recording and broadcasting a video in real-time.


Remo supports sharing videos from YouTube, Vimeo, or Twitch. They can be a live stream or an old video stored/uploaded on these platforms.


How can I Stream to Remo?


1. In Presentation mode, click on 'More'

2. Click on 'Share video'

3. Paste a link to the live stream video (or the pre-recorded video)

4. You can check the Autoplay box if you'd like your video to start playing automatically for all your guests

5. Click 'Save'


Try NASA live streams: https://www.youtube.com/user/NASAtelevision



What about the quality of the video?


Youtube:



Remo will apply the default settings (default quality). However, quality settings are available to your guests; so, you can ask the guests to choose better quality, if they complain about the video quality. 


Vimeo:



Quality settings are not available. Remo respects the settings of Vimeo.


Find a live stream on Vimeo here: https://vimeo.com/watch and test it!


Twitch:



Quality settings are available, so you can ask guests to choose a better quality if they complain about the video. Remo will apply the default settings (default quality).


Interaction with viewers


Q&As don't get integrated. That means you will have to moderate Remo's Q&A with YouTube, Vimeo, or Twitch's Q&A separately.


# of viewers



Remo does not integrate the # of viewers with the platform you are using. You have to
manually sum up Remo's viewers and the platform viewers, if you are interested to know the total # of viewers.


Last considerations


1. Test your live video equipment. Live stream audiences tend to be more forgiving regarding technical malfunctions, but simple testing will minimize mistakes.

2. Record a test version of your entire live video to rehearse your live stream and play it back to make sure everything is working well.