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Here's some LIVESTREAM Tips we've gathered over the past few days:

FB Stream Key location: [/url]https://www.facebook.com/live/create
  (this is where you get the stream key to copy/paste into JK

-- start the JK Livestream Session first, then hit Go Live on FB

-- Tick the Persistent Stream Key and it will save in JKZ for next time

-- Share using a created Business page rather than a personal FB page > select "Share on Your Time Line" dropdown > Share on a Page you Manage

-- Think of a Title before hand

-- You're LIVE faster than you think...log into an alternate device and watch for when you go live.  Start playing immediately and think ahead to the FB playbacks that you'll receive.  The first 10 seconds of the replay is critical.

-- You can sell tickets to the event on FB.  Pretty cool.  Even if they are free, it engages your fans.

-- Recommended tutorials: [url=https://youtu.be/aB8sGEilB10]https://youtu.be/aB8sGEilB10  // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiSJHeme_VE&t=4s 

Twitch Streamkey location:  Icon top right > Creator Dashboard> Three Lines top left > Preferences > Channel

-- Good examples of engaging Twitchers:  https://www.twitch.tv/thetangerineclub

YouTube Streamkey Location: Icon top right > YouTube Studio > .... it's kinda complicated: watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xka4OLgzW9Q&t=532s

Must have video camera running from main session page to stream.  JamKazam Video window > Streams > Resolution to send 720 (if your ISP can handle it, if not VGA 640). Select video encoder > VP8 (I don't really know what this means yet).

JKZ Live Broadcast Button: Manage > Live Broadcast > Performer and Broadcaster > Video Console > Brady Bunch for four jammers / Side by side for 2-3 jammers.   Paste Stream Key from Streaming platform.  Stream quality: HIGH if your ISP can handle it.  UpLink Bitrate (I've tried 3500 and that worked)  I want to try 7200 to see if that works too.  > Audio Sync Delay (don't know if I should change it, so I left it alone) Apply > Start Broadcast

Audio Console:  Push the volume as high as the stream can handle without clipping.  I used the tick just below 20 on LiveCast meter.

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