SlingStudio Streaming Guide for YouTube, Vlogging, and Live Events

The SlingStudio Hub is getting a lot of attention from live streamers of all kinds. Intermediate and novice users to industry professionals are becoming more aware of what this system can bring to them. With it's ease-of-use and affordability SlingStudio is making live streaming a possibility for anyone who has the desire to do so. The bloggers at BorrowLenses.com have had some time with the SlingStudio Hub and two of the SlingStudio CameraLinks and within a day were able to get a production up and running. Proving once more that SlingStudio is fast and easy which is key for any live streaming production.

The SlingStudio is a lightweight online broadcasting solution. It is portable, provides incredible quality, and is easy of use. At its core is the SlingStudio base station. It’s super light (shy of 2 lbs) and creates a wireless network to connect your devices. It’s equipped with a ¼-20 thread if you need to mount it to a tripod or stand.

Once your wireless network is created, you can focus on getting your cameras connected. Any camera with HDMI can be connected to the SlingStudio using the included CameraLink transmitter. This transmitter is what lets you feed in the HDMI signal from your camera. It also has a cold-shoe port (with included cold-shoe adapter) for gracefully mounting to a camera or stand.

Our producer had zero experience with this app but was able to set up cameras, create a project to start live streaming, select the delivery method for the webcast, and import graphics quickly and easily. The technology that’s moving all of this around is pretty amazing. Often, I feel like the user experience of most streaming devices is poor. SlingStudio makes it truly painless....[continue reading]


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