Two Great Live Streaming Software, That’s FREE!We at Loyalty Hosting are always looking for great programs, both free and paid, that allow you to 10X your business growth & always focus on expansion & promotion. To properly expand your business, you must have as many people as possible see your brand.
We all know of Google, Facebook, Amazon, Youtube, LinkedIn, Twitter, and others, simply because they are always promoting online & offline, and getting as many people to see them as they can, as often as they can. Every moment of everyday we are constantly thinking of their brands. This should speak volumes with the rest of us. We should be utilizing every marketing method available to us, both free & paid advertising.
With that being said, we should utilize online videos & live streaming in order to provide value to the marketplace, & showing your credibility as an expert in your field.
I am providing two great & free recommendations for live streaming & video recording that could explode your business to 10X growth.
I'll start with a free & open source program first.
OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) Studio is an amazing program that can be used on a Windows, Mac, or Linux machine. You could either live stream your video, or simply record & edit before submitting it to Twitch, YouTube, Mixer, & others.
My favorite is probably gonna be this one, the X-Split Broadcaster. Now X-Split also has the Gamecaster for those awesome Youtube videos where videogamers are showing off their talent or demoing a game.
The best feature of the X-Split is probably it's live chroma key, or green screen.
Basically, you could put a green fabric, cloth, curtain, or some other green screen type material behind you, and you could cut it out with the software, and you could add yourself on the video as you are talking to the viewers. It's a really nice feature of X-Split.
But for the feature most of us need, the XSplit Broadcaster works perfectly.
One of the major stumbling blocks for non-Windows users, however, is that XSplit is only available for Windows. Mac & Linux users will have to use OBS, of the two we recommend here.
I hope this short article enlightens you as to our top live streaming & video recording software.
Here's to your success,
James R. Henry