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Old 25th September 2010, 11:49
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How do you broadcast with multiple people, like co host on blogtv? I can't find how to do this anywhere.
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Old 26th September 2010, 13:37
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Two people at the same time?
Have co-host call you with Skype Video. Then use Screen to zoom in and capture that video while you use your camera of choice. You can then create a two shot. Bringing in audio might need SoundFlower on Mac or Virtual Audio Cables on Windows.

For a bit more flexibility I use Telestream Wirecast with its free Desktop Presenter. You can then bring in Skype Video from separate computers over LAN and wire the audio through a hardware mixer.
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Old 27th September 2010, 09:53
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How do you broadcast with multiple people, like co host on blogtv? I can't find how to do this anywhere.
If you have broadcasters in separate locations:

-Add each producer as a member of your team in Studio (http://www.livestream.com/userguide/...t_up_your_team)
-Have each of them connect to your Studio
-From Studio you can switch between producers.

The only limitation with this option is that you will not be able to have more than one producer on camera at a time.
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Old 19th November 2010, 16:40
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What about the delay in sound from the multiple sources? How do you as a producer hear what the others are saying with out getting the delay and echo?

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Old 21st November 2010, 21:41
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What about the delay in sound from the multiple sources? How do you as a producer hear what the others are saying with out getting the delay and echo?

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You can use Skype to communicate. What you see in the Studio is going to be delayed.

You can certainly monitor sound in the studio by clicking on the pink speaker and you can judge when to cut to them with that.

That's not a good way to communicate with the other cameras/hosts though. You can use producer chat.

Skype can allow up to 25 people on voice conference and now with Skype version 5, up to 10 on video conference but they recommend not going over 5. Keep in mind that Skype is using bandwidth so you really need very fast download and upload speeds to use Skype and stream at the same time.
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Old 24th May 2013, 11:35
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you can make live stream playlists across multiple VIDEO GAME titles at StreamRiot. You get up to 5 live streams on one screen and your playlist is right there in the player too so you can swap through tons more.
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