You want to create a professional livestream by using the right equipment, most of which you likely already have. Your livestream can be filmed on a smartphone – we recommend using an iPhone 9 or newer model. You can also use a DSLR or professional camera for the highest-quality footage and to facilitate close-up shots. Your video’s lighting set-up will determine how your audience sees the production, so it’s worthwhile investing in a professional lighting system.
If your audio is muffled or starts to fail, your audience can quickly lose interest. A professional microphone is easy to pick up from sites like Amazon and can be attached to the host without your audience even noticing.
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