DemoCreator User Guide
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Live Streaming with DemoCreator
In this guide, you'll learn
1. Supported Live Stream Platforms
Here is the total list of Live Stream Platforms that DemoCreator currently work with:
2. What can DemoCreator do with Live Streaming
Live Streaming is an effective way to share your knowledge and thoughts with the audience from all over the world. Through talking, sharing, and interacting, helping to convey your message and make a lasting impact.
DemoCreator is a powerful and effective live-streaming service that allows you to broadcast your live content to your favorite streaming platforms simultaneously. DemoCreator helps you to make live-streaming on Twitch, YouTube Live, and other live stream platforms easy, attractive, and memorable.
① Drive action during your live streams
Numerous built-in elements and virtual animated backgrounds help to add a call-to-action or other important messages to make your viewers take action.
② Engage with your audience in real-time
The text tool helps to highlight messages from all your channels to drive engagement.
3. Preparations for Live Streaming in the DemoCreator
① Launch DemoCreator, and select “Start a New Demo Project.”
② In the DemoCreator demo mode, you can prepare your content through different tools.
- Import media files (video, audio, and pictures are supported) or PowerPoint for your presentation.
- Set up the webcam, you can try the CAM Effect, which will help you to adjust the webcam settings and create a more visually pleasing presenter. Or you can choose to present as an avatar.
- Add virtual background, and change your backdrop to a variety of fun-but-professional backgrounds, making your live stream be more attractive.
③ Click the "Live" button to start the live stream.
4. Live Streaming on Twitch with DemoCreator
Twitch is an interactive live-streaming service for content spanning gaming, entertainment, sports, music, and more. DemoCreator helps to broadcast to the streaming platforms.
Before-Start Note: Both DemoCreator and Twitch need to be opened on Windows device in order to establish the connection. And please ensure you've finished the preparations for live-streaming in the DemoCreator.
Step1. Launch Twitch, set the webcam and microphone input, and find the webcam settings.
Setp2. Set the webcam input as “WS VCamera”, then save the settings.
Step3. After finishing all the settings, click “Start Stream” to start your live streaming on Twitch.
5. Live Streaming on YouTube Live with DemoCreator
Before starting, please ensure you've finished the preparations for live-streaming in the DemoCreator.
Below are the steps to go live on YouTube Live:
Step1. Go to YouTube and log in to your YouTube account, click the "Create" icon in the top right corner and choose Go Live.
Step2. Choose the time to go live, right now or later date.
Step3. Pick the type of stream to begin, choose Built-in webcam and click Go. And allow YouTube to access your microphone and camera.
Step4. Fulfill all the stream details, customize stream settings, and set up the visibility.
Step5. Under the Stream Preview, select “WS VCamera” from the list. Once you’ve selected, you’ll see the camera in the YouTube update to show the same view as in DemoCreator.