Zoom’s Live Stream feature allows users to broadcast meetings live. To create a live stream, all users need to do is log into their Zoom account and go to the Admin page. Then, go to Account Management > Account Settings > In Meeting (Advanced). On the Live Streaming section, toggle the ‘Allow live streaming meetings’ button to the left. Once the live stream is created, users can use a website URL or Share Link to broadcast the live stream.
Stream to Facebook
You can live stream your Zoom meeting to Facebook. First, you must enable Facebook for Business in Zoom. Next, you should select a location where you want to live stream. After you’ve selected a location, Zoom will start preparing for your live video. When it’s ready, start the stream.
Facebook is a good place to live stream because it lets you stream to a wide variety of audiences. Facebook also allows you to broadcast your live video without any filters or censorship. However, make sure to follow the Facebook’s code of conduct. It’s also a great opportunity to promote your video to your existing audience. When using Zoom to live stream to Facebook, you should ensure that you have administrator privileges to ensure that you are allowed to live stream.
When you enable Zoom for Facebook, you’ll see a speaker view of the video. If you’re using higher-end production equipment, you can select a microphone option. Click on the Zoom icon to get started. Once you’re live streaming, you’ll be directed to the Live Producer tool.
Another option to use Zoom for live streaming is Switcher Studio. This software allows you to livestream from your computer or phone. It can also be used on your mobile device, making it easy to access the video from anywhere. Switcher Studio has an option for linking up to nine cameras, which is ideal for streaming from multiple locations.
After you’ve enabled live streaming in Zoom, you can use YouTube or Facebook to broadcast your live stream. First, you need to log in to your Zoom account. Click the video camera icon on the top right corner. Next, click on “Go Live” and you’ll see your live stream on YouTube or Facebook. Once the stream is ready, copy the stream key and publish it to the desired social platform.