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The Basics of Lighting Your Stream

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If you are reading this article you’re probably wondering, “How important is lighting to my stream?” We often find ourselves prioritizing other aspects of streaming like software, overlays, alerts, audio devices, and camera equipment. However, lighting is also a particularly important element that you should take into consideration. In this article, we will be covering […]

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Youtube Livestream

YouTube Basics – Doing Your First Livestream

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When it comes to recorded video content, YouTube is king. According to Youtube’s own statistics, there are over 2 billion site visits every month, and many content creators see a thriving YouTube channel as a metric for success. What you may not realize is that YouTube is also a fantastic platform to stream live content. […]

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How to Start Streaming on Twitch in 4 Easy Steps

How to Start Streaming on Twitch in 4 Easy Steps

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The world of video content creation can become a never-ending rabbit hole of analytics, settings, optimizations, social media, and technical know-how. The amount of information available can sometimes seem overwhelming. Worry not, friend! We’ve broken down how to get started streaming on Twitch in just 4 simple steps. If you’ve already been broadcasting on Twitch […]

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Common Streaming Mistakes

Common Streaming Mistakes

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Streaming can often be a minefield of do’s and don’ts, there so many streaming mistakes that you can make and without realising it can actually hamper the growth of your channel. This article will look at addressing some of the most common of those mistakes, why they are bad, and how they can be remedied. Channel […]

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Streaming First Impressions

How First Impressions Make a Difference

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Picture this; your favorite streamers aren’t online so you’re browsing new channels to keep you occupied. You come across a channel that looks interesting and is not large, but still fairly populated. In the channel you see a fairly pixelated stream, the streamer isn’t talking at all, and there are so many overlays that you […]

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