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  1. This is the link to the cam... http://216.239.164.4/axis-cgi/mjpg/video.cgi?resolution=640x480&dummy=garb
  2. Fiz, did you get the chance to test the CameraFI app?
  3. I added a note to the doc that mentions if you have access to multiple YouTube accounts, you will be present with a screen with the list of the accounts and to pick the one you want to stream to. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1g6Y36nZnqyRdsqiaAua76jKHAthIsxFQ
  4. I updated the doc at the link above to include an appendix that covers how to wipe preexisting SL app settings from your phone. The reason being that uninstalling and then reinstalling the app doesn't work to wipe the settings. For some reason they are retained. This is also simpler than writing instructions to revert or clear each preexisting settings. just start over following the guide.
  5. Fiz, I’m not sure what standard we will want people to use for naming their stream's Title and Description. Any ideas?
  6. I did finally find where the stream info could be edited. I was thrown off because that menu option only appears when you are broadcasting live. So the latest version of the doc is at the link below. thete is a Word and PDF version. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1g6Y36nZnqyRdsqiaAua76jKHAthIsxFQ?usp=sharing
  7. My mistake. The title is not coming from the SL app but a setting within my YT channel configuration. i recently installed a phone app called CameraFi and it chnaged the title from "My Livestream" to "Joe Carvalho's broadcast":
  8. It appears the Streamlabs mobile app automatically names the stream. I see no options to change this. In my case when I live streamed from my phone to my YouTube account, it automatically named the stream "Joe Carvalho's broadcast". So for example someone is streaming using the EyesOnEars 2 channel, all their live streams will be labeled "EyesOnEars 2's broadcast". I checked the EoE YT channels and I don't see this naming standard anywhere so I could be wrong about the option not existing. But it does do the auto-naming if you do nothing. Of course I am using the Persistant stream option and not any of the Event based options.
  9. Hmmmm...didn't even see a request pop up to name the stream. Will need to do some digging.
  10. I wrote up a Streamlabs 101 mobile app guide that you can download from the link below. There is a Word and PDF version. I need to test the app more to figure out viewing and removing chat text from the screen while live. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1g6Y36nZnqyRdsqiaAua76jKHAthIsxFQ?usp=sharing
  11. I started working on a doc for changing the Broadcast settings before I saw dbeedle's post above. I'm used to writing step by step tech docs for users to follow. Click on link below to access. Let me know if there are any errors: How to change the Streamlabs Broadcasting settings
  12. What is the default bitrate in the Streamlabs app? The chart at the website below gets the two major components in one place: Bitrate/Upload Speed and Resolution Its a juggling act to a certain extend. I tend to shoot for at least 720p resolution on my streams. So I ran an upload test on cell only and got 1.9 Mbps upload bitrate. Cell service in my house isn't so grate. Only 2 out of 4 bars. From what I've read you should set the bitrate in an app to your bitrate upload speed minus about 20%. That puts me at 1.5 Mbps or 1500 kbps. that should allow 720p, or maybe even 1080p, streaming. Of course this is all moot if the app is able to variably adjust the bitrate on the fly https://help.mevo.com/hc/en-us/articles/360026528651
  13. Now the only way to live stream on YouTube is to upload non-live videos and hope you attract a fan base. We might need to start a regularly scheduled Disney VLOG Only what format to use?
  14. I have hope (hopefully not false hope) that the deployment of 5G cell service will help at least with the quality of the streams. Facebook or Periscope or maybe even YouTube if the come to their senses and remove the 1000 subscriber limit.
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