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Tools to help you produce your live stream while using Virtual Live Remote
Tools to help you produce your live stream while using Virtual Live Remote

In this article, we list various 3rd party tools that can help you produce better content on your live streams.

Updated over a week ago

Our Virtual Live Remote app, at its core, merges a YouTube live stream with our advanced entry form. It's up to you how basic or produced you would like that live stream to appear to your viewers. Here is a list of free or cost-friendly 3rd party services that allow you to create great looking YouTube live streams that can then be added to your next Virtual Live Remote.


Overview from their site:

The easiest way to create professional live streams.

StreamYard is a live streaming studio in your browser. Interview guests, share your screen, and much more. Stream directly to Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, and other platforms.

Difficulty to use: Easy

Zoom Meeting or Zoom Webinar

Overview from their site:

You can stream a Zoom Meeting or Webinar live on YouTube. This allows participants to join your meeting via Zoom to view it and comment on it via YouTube. During the live event, there will be an approximate 20-second delay between the actual Zoom Meeting or Webinar, and the Live stream.

Difficulty to use: Moderate


Overview from their site:

Restream allows you to broadcast live video to 30+ social networks at the same time.

Millions of people around the world use Restream to reach, engage and monetize their audiences. Our customers include professional and amateur gamers, Fortune 500 companies, media, politicians and celebrities.

Difficulty to use: Easy

OBS (Open Broadcaster Software)

Overview from their site:

Free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. Download and start streaming quickly and easily on Windows, Mac or Linux.

Difficulty to use: Advanced

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