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7 WAYS TO NAIL LIVE STREAMING

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7 WAYS TO NAIL LIVE STREAMING
August 29, 2022 11:53PM
7 WAYS TO NAIL LIVE STREAMING



1. CHOOSE YOUR DEVICE AND FIND YOUR FRAME

“Understand the technology you are using, practise and play with it until you get it right,” advises Program Director Glen Ostergaard. “Or, have someone at home who can help you set things up. I had my wife Sarah who understood it luckily, because I had no idea!”To get more news about 39bet-đua chó-game giải trí -đá gà-đá gà trực tuyến-đánh bài, you can visit official website.

Choose which platform will best suit your live stream. “Zoom is great,” adds Glen, “although Facebook offers a better quality of music sound than Zoom.”
2. PREPARE THE ROOM
“Take the time to set up the room, have a clean background and clear any clutter away from camera shot,” says Glen. “Turn off any other devices that may ding or ring,” adds Lisa, “and tell the family no interruptions between X and Y.”
3. SUSS OUT SOUND AND LIGHTING

“When you are live streaming, audio quality is a must!” says Program Director Gandalf Archer Mills. “There are fantastic free streaming solutions out there that, with a little bit of learning, totally lift your streaming game. I’ve recently become best friends with a piece of software called OBS, which is free and lets you do many different things to create a better experience for your viewers. Example: it lets you pull in a HQ feed of the audio you want to stream out, so the people on stream hear your actual music, not the speakers in your room.”
4. TEST IN ADVANCE

“Get someone you trust to test and test again with you,” suggests Instructor Denise Shirley Carter. “I have created more Zoom meetings in the last month than I probably ever will again in my lifetime, just from testing and re-testing. Be prepared that once you get it right, something may not work when you go live and you’ll need to be ready to adapt. I was sure I had everything right last week, and then I went live, and people only saw my ‘alternate’ user, which was the music only. I had to just talk them through it.”
5. CLOTHING

Use color with caution; avoid black, white and bright red, or any colors that blend in with the background. It’s also advisable to give shiny fabrics and busy patterns a miss (sorry yogis!). Lisa also has some valuable advice to those of us teaching cardio programs: “Do up your shoelaces twice!”

6. CONNECT WITH YOUR CLASS

Just like teaching a live class, the connection begins before you all start moving together. “We try to set up and create a ‘pre-class experience’ like we normally would with music and back and forth chatter,” says Instructor Melissa Ann Smith. Fellow Instructor Kat Cannella agrees: “Get on a few minutes early and chat with the participants like you would normally would before class. Before you end the call, give a close up smile and ‘thanks for coming’!”
7. ADAPT YOUR COACHING TO THE SITUATION

“People respond to authenticity,” says Gandalf. “When you are teaching to only a camera: speak, cue, coach, and motivate in a style that suits the room you are in. It doesn’t make sense to be screaming all happy-hype-crazy like you might do in your club with 30 people in front of you. As a wise man once said ‘Turn Down For What’. Well the answer, Mr Jon, is actually Turn It Down cause that’s more real when it’s just you and your iPhone.”
“Imagine you are talking to someone you know,” advises Lisa. “Don’t think about how you look; just stay focused on them and on what you need to say to help them do the move or achieve more. And don’t forget to smile! Your smile is your biggest voice!”
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