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tania32 12th February 2013 06:02

Two livestream pages? and speakers' audio issues
 
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I'm an artist, I just stared to use live stream and I'm having a confusion and an audio issue.
I'm using Free account, Procaster

I realized there are two livestream pages (see attached photo)
What are the different in between?

When I live with Procaster, page 1 is offline(Procaster doesn't connected with page 1); however, page 2 is online.

I want to live stream on page 1. not page 2.


Also, I want my voice and music to come out together when I live.
So, I set my Audio mixer as the photo that I attached.
My voice was find, but when I set the speakers' Audio, I keep hear beeping sound.
If I lower db, I cannot hear the beeping sound, but when I play music, the song is echoing.
by the way, I closed all my live stream pages.

ernielive 12th February 2013 11:34

There are two separate platforms, New and Original Livestream. Procaster will go live to your Original Livestream channel, while Livestream for Producers will go live to your New Livestream event. Both will allow to stream with a free account however there is slightly different functionality between the two at this time.

Speaker's Audio is capturing any sound played by your computer. You would have to find the program creating the beeping sound and close out, or disable speaker's audio. Please note you may not want to have your channel or event page open while you are broadcasting, as it will cause an audio playback loop.

riversevern 1st August 2013 22:30

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Originally Posted by ernielive (Post 36399)
There are two separate platforms, New and Original Livestream. Procaster will go live to your Original Livestream channel, while Livestream for Producers will go live to your New Livestream event. Both will allow to stream with a free account however there is slightly different functionality between the two at this time.

Speaker's Audio is capturing any sound played by your computer. You would have to find the program creating the beeping sound and close out, or disable speaker's audio. Please note you may not want to have your channel or event page open while you are broadcasting, as it will cause an audio playback loop.

Hi Ernie,

Thanks for the comment - I was also a little confused about it. Could you elaborate a little more on the difference between New and Original Livestream? Thanks!


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