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Live streaming your presentation on Remo means more viewers for the awesome content you’ve worked so hard to put together! Who wouldn’t want that?

With Remo’s new live streaming functionality, you can stream your presentation from Remo straight to Linkedin Live!

Here’s how to do it:


Setting up Linkedin Live as a stream destination

1. Go to your My Events dashboard and locate the event you’d like to live stream. Click the pencil icon to go the event’s settings

2. Click on ‘Advanced’ and then ‘Stream

3. Click on ‘Add RTMP Destination

4. Open your Linkedin Live in a new tab

5. Select whether you’d like to ‘Go Live Now’ or ‘Schedule for Later’.  Whichever option you select, you can add the Stream Title and Image, as well as a post to go along with your live stream.

Please note, if you select Schedule for Later - you will only be able to access your stream URL and stream key 1 hour before your scheduled start time. You will need this information to continue with the rest of this article, so please return to this part 1 hour before your scheduled start time.

If you select to Go Live Now, you can access this information immediately.

6. To access your RTMP Settings, first select a region and then click ‘Get URL

7. You should then be able to see your Stream URL and Stream Key, as shown below:

A: Stream Key

B: Stream URL

8. Copy this information and paste it in the respective fields on Remo

9. Enter a name for ‘Destination Name’ (we’d recommend something like Linkedin Live)

10. Click ‘Save Destination

Starting the Live Stream

11. Enter your Remo event and click the ‘Present’ button from your bottom menu toolbar

12. Make sure the option to ‘Start streaming out to Linkedin Live’ is selected. Choose whether to start your presentation immediately or in 30 seconds.

13. Once you’re in presentation mode and the presenter has joined the stage (turned on mic or cam), you can check your Linkedin Live Control Room to see whether the stream has connected successfully14. Enter a title and description for your live stream

15. Once you’re ready to start live streaming, you can click ‘Go Live’! If you chose to schedule your live stream in Step 5, please note you can “go live” 15 minutes early and up to 2 hours after your scheduled time.

Stopping the Live Stream

16. To stop your livestream, you need to first stop sending the stream from Remo to Linkedin Live. To do this, you can either:

  • Return to Conversation Mode: By stopping presentation mode and returning everyone in your Remo event, you will stop streaming out to Linkedin Live. Use this option if you plan on restarting your stream later in your event.
  • Deleting your Stream Destination: If you'd prefer not ending Presentation Mode in Remo, you can instead go into your event's settings and delete the destination directly. This will immediately stop any active live streams from that event without interrupting your event on Remo. Using this option though, means you cannot restart your stream later in the event.

17. If you do not plan on streaming again in the same event, you need to end the stream from Linkedin Live as well. In your Linkedin Live Control Room, click ‘End Broadcast’ in the upper right corner. This will officially end your stream to Linkedin Live.

And, there you have it! A detailed guide for how you can stream your presentations from Remo into Linkedin Live!