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Roland Live Streamer: How to Set Up and Use this Free Software to Stream

Roland Live Streamer is a free software solution for streaming video using compatible Roland video products.

 

Note that it is Windows only at this time.

Note that Roland Live Streamer will not work with 3rd party hardware.

 

This guide will walk you through installation and use of Roland Live Streamer.

 

Additional guides below for connecting to Facebook Live and YouTube Live below.

 

 

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Connect to Facebook:

  • Go to the Facebook website, and click on the Live Video button underneath the “What’s on your mind” text box.

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    • This will take you to the Live Producer dashboard. If using a laptop with a webcam, you will probably see yourself on the screen.

    • Click the down arrow button below it or scroll down until you see the Get Started options.

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  • In the Get Started section, click on Use Stream Key.

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  • If you want to use the same stream key every time, check the option “Use a persistent stream key”, otherwise, it will change for your next stream and not connect to OBS.

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  • You will now see the Live Stream Setup window, and can copy your Stream Key to the clipboard, and paste it into OBS:

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  • Normally, you would choose Camera if streaming directly to the browser using your AV Mixer, but this guide is focused on RTMP streaming. For steps on streaming directly, please use this guide:

VR Series: How to Stream to Facebook Directly

 

  • Paste the Server URL and Stream Key in the boxes in Roland Live Streamer:

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  • Click on Live Stream, and the Facebook interface should show a video preview within 30 seconds:

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  • Remember, if your internet upload speed is not fast enough, your stream will skip a lot, and lose audio sync.

    • You can adjust the Bit-Rate setting before streaming.

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  • Scroll back up to see your Video and Audio bit-rates below the preview video.

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  • When ready, click the Go Live button in the bottom-left corner to start the stream.

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  • When you end the stream in Facebook, you need to separately end it in Roland Live Streamer as well, by clicking the Stop button.

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Connect to YouTube:

  • In the top-right, click on the "+ Camera"icon, followed by Go Live.

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  • Along the top left of the screen, click on the Stream icon:

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  • Normally, you would choose Webcam if streaming directly to the browser using your AV Mixer, but this guide is focused on RTMP streaming. For steps on streaming directly, please use this guide:

VR Series: How to Stream to YouTube Directly

 

  • You will see all of your settings grouped into sections. Make sure that the Stream Settings tab is selected.

 

  • In the YouTube setup interface, click the Copy button for the Stream Name/Key, and paste it in OBS in the Stream Key field in that Stream Settings window:
  • You also have the option to create custom stream keys if you plan to reuse the same one each time you stream.

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  • Paste the Server URL and Stream Key in the boxes in Roland Live Streamer:

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  • Note that the next time you create a stream, if you Create From Previous, it will re-use the stream key from that previous stream. If you want to reuse those settings but have a new stream key, click Create New Stream Key in the interface.

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  • If you instead create a New Stream with new settings, it will generate a new Stream Key you’ll have to copy and paste again into Roland Live Streamer.

 

  • If your stream interacts a lot with your audience, YouTube will let you bring down the average latency, at the expense of video quality. Once you set this and start streaming, it can’t be changed.

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      • Click on Live Stream, and the YouTube interface should show a video preview within 30 seconds:

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  • Remember, if your internet upload speed is not fast enough, your stream will skip a lot, and lose audio sync.
      • You can adjust the Bit-Rate setting before streaming.

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  • Once you have the settings where you want them, click Go Live in the top-right corner, and your YouTube stream will start in a few seconds.

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  • When you end the stream in YouTube, you need to separately end it in Roland Live Streamer as well, by clicking the Stop button.

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