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How to Live Stream on Amazon Live Using StreamYard | Tutorial 2020
27th July 2020 • Brand on Broadcasting • Ross Brand
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This StreamYard Tutorial shows you how to live stream on Amazon Live using StreamYard to encode and produce your live streaming video.


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In this StreamYard Update 2020, Ross Brand of LivestreamUniverse shows you how to use custom RTMP to connect StreamYard to Amazon Live. The same process works for connecting to other platforms from StreamYard using custom RTMP. Take advantage of the StreamYard features, including going live from your computer, adding your own camera and studio microphone and using video clips and screen share.

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StreamYard is a live video streaming and production tool in your web o or mobile browser. There are no downloads and you don’t need anything other than a computer with a mic and camera to get going. You can easily bring on guests (from desktop, laptop or mobile), share your screen, switch shots, use a Green Screen, add custom branding with logos, lower thirds and overlays, multistream to up to 8 destinations, get recordings of your broadcasts and share YouTube, Facebook, Periscope, LinkedIn Live and Twitch comments on the screen. StreamYard now includes MP4 clips of up to 5 minutes that can be used for an intro, outro or anywhere else during your broadcast. There is also RTMP livestreaming to additional platforms, including Amazon Live. You can have up to 10 people on screen at one time!

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