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4 Effective Multi Streaming Platforms We Recommend

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Choosing only one platform to stream your sermons can be tough. You have to decide which one will give you the best results for your stream. There are many great multistreaming platforms that do many different things. No need to look any further. Here are 4 Effective Multi Streaming Platforms We Recommend:

 

Restream

Restream is a service that allows its users to live stream to YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, and 30+ streaming sites simultaneously.  It can also automate the stream of their pre-recorded videos through scheduling, and reduce the work for hosts to interact with all of their viewers from different streaming platforms by putting it all in one screen. No need for switching tabs! Restream is available for all major OS, including Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. 

Streamyard

 

StreamYard is a live streaming studio that streams videos directly to Facebook, YouTube, and other online platforms all at once. Users could invite guests to stream with them, share their screens, and much more. Users can also have up to 6 participants in their stream, and also show viewer comments on screen, making it more interactive for the viewers and the streamers!

Wirecast

Wirecast is a software that allows multistreaming to different platforms, broadcast to TVs in facilities and more. It can control real-time switching between multiple live video cameras and can add scene transitions and multiple layers such as Quicktime videos, texts, music, audio, and slides, to create professional broadcast productions for live or on-demand sharing online. 

Castr.io

Castr is a simplified live streaming platform that helps its users to extend their audience reach by streaming to multiple social media sites all at the same time and also to stream to their own websites easily using a fully customizable embeddable player. You could also stream pre-recorded videos live, schedule the upload of videos, or run videos in a loop.

Conclusion:

Multistreaming means the more platforms you stream to, the larger the audience to see your content. There are many great multistreaming platforms out there. We hope these will help narrow the search for the perfect multistreaming service for your church.

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