Invite friends, family, fans, groups or events to view your broadcast at least one day in advance of the date and time.
Plan out what you're going to doso your video flows seamlessly.
Connect to the internet to ensure everything is operating correctly to avoid any interruptions beforehand so there's time to make adjustments if necessary.
Lighting plays an important part in a video so get a friend to choosing the light that flatters you best. Angle lighting toward you to avoid shadows across your face.
Tripods provide stability and eliminate shaking in the video but you can use a flat surface to put your camera on and prop it up to keep it from moving. Have your friend check the framing and lighting while you're seated.
Remind your viewers who you are and what you're doing throughout the video by having your friend type in comments after the broadcast begins. They can answer any questions as you perform.
Time your performance to be at least 5-10 minutes long to give people time to find you.
Describe your video and title after you're finished. Click "Options" and then "Edit This Video".
Fans want to know when you go live again, ask your viewers to subscribe so they will get notified. Create excitement in the description of your event.
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