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Use the College's LiveStream account to webcast the event. 

College of Communication's LiveStream account - https://new.livestream.com/ut-comm

Log in to the account to create an event.

The username and password can be found here ---> https://stache.security.utexas.edu/login_ted.jsp


Create Your Event

Create your event
Name your event

Set the date and time of the event

 

All times are EDT.

To create the event click the

OK, let's go button

or

Customize your event

When you customize your event

you can create a custom URL,

add a description, add an event

poster to brand your event,

and add Tags.


Set up the Camera

To stream an event you will need the following:

  • A laptop with Livestream for Producers
  • A Panasonic HMC-150 (or camera with HDMI)
  • Blackmagic H.264 Pro Recorder (probably in the booth behind the BMC auditorium)
  • HDMI cable
  • USB cable (USB-A to USB-B mini)

A microphone plugged into the camera will also be needed for higher quality audio. 

 

Use the diagram below for hooking it up 

 

Always use a wired Ethernet connection rather than WiFi if possible. Note that UT WiFi is bandwidth limited and your access will be terminated for the rest of the month if you use all your bandwidth.

 

For hooking up in BMC 2.106 Auditorium


Start the Stream

Launch LiveStream for Producers

Enter the account username and password

Found here:

https://stache.security.utexas.edu/login_ted.jsp

 

Choose your event

From the drop down menu

choose the newly created event.

Choose the camera

From the drop down menu

choose H.264 Pro Recorder

Set the quality level

On most laptops, choose Large, Medium, Mobile.

Note that choosing HD quality will often overtax the system and crash the program.

 

To begin streaming click the

GO LIVE button

At the end of your event, Choose to delete or keep the recording.

Note that you can keep the recording but not publish it if desired.

This keeps the public from seeing it but allows you to download it later or trim the beginning & end before posting it.

 

 
Trim the start & stop of the archive on livestream

 

 

LiveStream Links


College of Communication's LiveStream account - https://new.livestream.com/ut-comm

Logging into Stache: https://stache.security.utexas.edu/login_ted.jsp

LiveStream for Producers App

LiveStream FAQs

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