Tag: Live streaming

June 19, 2020

Canon EOS camera over USB on Mac

Older Canon DSLR cameras do not always have the option to have a clean HDMI output. If you are using MacOS, there is an option to get the video feed through USB. To do this, you will need to have a Canon DSLR camera, I have an EOS 100D, a USB cable and the application ‘Camera Live’. You can download the app from Github: https://github.com/v002/v002-Camera-Live/releases […]

June 15, 2020

Going live

You have set everything up exactly as you like it to be. You have the ideal scene setup, all logo’s are pixel-perfectly placed and that intro video…it’s amazing. And, to top it all off, it’s time to live stream. You need to test the live stream before you go live on Sunday. How else do you know if it will work or not? Is your […]

June 12, 2020

Simple scene example

This simple scene setup is what I have used in the past. Currently, due to circumstances it’s grown quite a bit more complex but this is a good setup to start with. The scene setup is broken down into four scenes:  A countdown scene. A welcome scene. The main view. A closing scene. Countdown scene Our countdown scene is a very simple countdown that runs […]

June 5, 2020

Software first steps: Configuring OBS – Adding sources

When you have your scenes set up, it’s time to start looking at sources. Sources are devices, images, videos, audio or other things that you would like to add to a scene. Adding an image In most scenes, you would probably like to have a logo of your church so that people will know that your church is the one who broadcast this live stream. […]