So what are you waiting for? Hi Tony, thanks for letting me know about this. At least, not without special software. The easiest way is to have the live video open in your smartphone or tablet next to you monitor. Thanks for your patience, everyone. If this happens to you, check your browser settings to allow pop-ups from this site iag. You can use Facebook Live if you have a slower speed, but you may have issues.
If you have at least 3Mbps or 4Mbps upload speed you should be fine. You'll be able to choose where you want the live video to be posted to. Your computer needs to encode the video before sending it over to Facebook. There is a different method for each. Are you broadcasting from your computer to Facebook Live? Don't worry, you have gone live! I'm waiting for a new computer as we speak! Can the cause be slow internet and lag? From there it just sits there, and there is no moving forward. Someone mentioned continuous streaming… how do I use this? There are quite a few that work with Facebook Live, but the most popular ones are and , but there are others.
It just assumes that you are live. I normally add a final scene of just an image or logo, and wait 10 seconds before I end the broadcast. You can watch the first two videos for free: Other Modules in the course. There are a number of options. The pop up window is hosted by Facebook so I think the problem is with them, but I will investigate. Ian This would be for my personal page.
The second window pops up. Certainly shut down as many apps running in the background as possible. There is no ideal setting here, unfortunately, so you'll have to play around until you get a setting that works for you: Hi Ami, It is technically possible to broadcast to Facebook Live and YouTube Live simultaneously. You can certainly download your Facebook videos and upload to YouTube. I have that lag time with the spinning process and then it errors out with some comment about unable to connect to server. This requires a 3rd party app. Ian Hi Quinn, It all depends on what you mean by moving.
Facebook gives you the option to share to page, a group, on your timeline, but not your fundraiser page. However, if you want to enhance the quality, I recommend investing in a decent webcam and if budget allows, a webcam. To do this, click on the cog by the mixer on the main screen, and then adjust the sync offset of your audio. But nothing ever shows up. This is happening rarely, but it is happening to some people.
There has to be some way. I think that's a bit extreme, but if you're having issues, it's best to try. It keeps saying that it cannot access the specified channel or stream key. Can you try a different one? Just click on the video on Facebook, then the three dots on the top right and you should see an option to embed. That way no one else will see the live video while you are testing. If people can't hear what you're saying, they'll just turn off. If it does not, check the section at the bottom of this article for possible causes.
Getting Creative You can get really creative at this point and invest in multiple webcams. It does have the disadvantage of the video being deleted at the end, but it would allow you to broadcast for 24 hours. It looks like your computer is struggling to cope with encoding the video. There is a newer version, but the C920 works really well, has amazing reviews and is fairly inexpensive. Could you test this out and let me know if it works for you? If you have a dedicated graphics card that helps too - as will a good bit of memory. Facebook doesn't give you Publishing Options for profiles. How much was cut off? You don't need to know what that is, apart from that it's the method or protocol Facebook Live use for Facebook Live.
The software can connect your phone to the camcorder or tablet, which is cool I think. An other option is to broadcast in 4hr chunks, but that might nit be what you want. They'll probably fob you off, but keep trying. With the Pro version, you'll also get access to a members-only community for extra support, tips and techniques, extra modules and I also go through how to add the button to your website including creating the Facebook app and the embed code. WiFi is great, but your internet speed can reduce rapidly the further away you are from your router. But, if you have found it useful and want to donate to my coffee fund and help with my hosting bills, then feel free to use the button below! Thanks also for letting me know about the issue with my contact form. On your Facebook Profile, Page or Group? Also, the speed of your computer is important.
No way to fill in or get the key. There is a normal lag of around 8-10 seconds. Have you tested your upload speed using — it needs to be at least 4Mbps up, but really 5Mbps and a lot higher is preferable. I've gone to great lengths to make this as painless as possible! So, the way I would recommend is by using a 3rd party tool like Restream. Also, change the encoding speed to the highest possible. Don't feel you need to donate - the Facebook Live button will always be here for you. There is always going to be a delay perhaps up to around 5-10 seconds but some people have complained of a much longer delay.