Author Archives: Elise Lagarde

Using Copyrighted and Public Domain Video Clips

There are many reasons why a broadcaster might want to use film clips from other people’s production as part of a video stream. A broadcaster might be doing a critique of another film — obviously clips from that film would be appropriate. Newsreel footage clearly adds much to a historical video. There are many other […]

6 Tips on How to Increase Video Engagement

A lot of video gets broadcast online every day. Every hour, even. With good SEO management and a strong social media presence, you can make it likely for your audience to find your videos. But that doesn’t mean they’ll actually watch your videos, let alone share them or tell their friends. That doesn’t come from promotion, or […]

Guide to Split-Screen Streaming

As a broadcaster, there is a wide variety of effects you can add to enhance your video stream. One of the more technically challenging effects is split-screen streaming. With the split-screen steaming effect, users combine two (or more) live video streams into a single presentation. Each discrete view maintains in its own section of the […]

Best Practices to Broadcast Outside

Broadcasting live streaming video from a studio with all the amenities is one thing. You have the best Internet connection, cameras, computer equipment, and software that you can afford. You control everything and can rely on all the infrastructure of broadcasting, letting you concentrate on the art itself. But what about the times when you […]

Best H.264 Encoder Settings for Live Streaming

Encoder Settings for Live Streaming

H.264 is a next-generation protocol for high definition video compression. Most newer encoders today are compatible with this protocol and suitable for live streaming with compact files. In most cases, particularly if you want to stream the best, highest-quality video content, you will want to use this protocol. Any of the encoders and webcam broadcast […]