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July 20, 2019

How to Use Wirecast Virtual Camera with StreamYard

How to Use Wirecast Virtual Camera with StreamYard

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How to Use Wirecast Virtual Camera with StreamYard. Ross Brand of Livestream Universe looks at sharing a recorded video of longer than 30 seconds on StreamYard. This tutorial covers two ways to play a recorded video on StreamYard, with Wirecast Virtual Cam as the recommended option. The same process works for playing a video clip using the virtual camera option in OBS.

One way is to do a screen share and drag the video clip into a Chrome browser tab — and make sure the audio is turned on in that tab — and then you can play the video as a screen share. But that method has its weakness when it comes to transitioning to the clip and you may see parts of the Chrome browser showing up in the video.

A cleaner, more professional way to share a video clip — if you have the technology — is to use Wirecast Virtual Cam. You add the video clip to a shot in Wirecast and then switch to the shot with that video when you are ready to play it. One thing to be aware of is you won’t hear that video when it is playing during the live show. Wirecast provides a countdown, so you will know when to switch your shot back from the recorded video clip to your live feed. You will be sending the video clip and the audio from that video from Wirecast to StreamYard with Wirecast Virtual Camera and Wirecast Virtual Microphone. Your own video and audio will be sent to StreamYard the same way.

I show you how to do it. It’s actually easier than it just sounded.

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🎯🎯STREAMYARD is a live video production studio in your browser that makes it easy to host and distribute professional-looking livestream broadcasts to social media platforms. StreamYard stands out for it's feature set and high quality of audio and video, even when there are up to six people on separate video feeds.

🎯🎯WIRECAST is the award-winning live streaming video production software from Telestream. If you want to improve the quality of your broadcasts, stand out from the crowd, brand your livestreams with your own colors and logos, and have total control of the content you are creating, Wirecast is the best live video production software option. I use it almost daily and not only for livestreaming. The exceptional scene/shot creation, switching and recording capabilities enable me to produce high-quality recorded videos and cut down on post-production time in the process.


Ross Brand is a live streamer who has served in many capacities such as Red Carpet host for the Emmy Award winning Never Settle Show, produced by Al Roker Entertainment, brand ambassador for Wirecast, and on-camera host for multiple Facebook Live Video developers and broadcast solutions.

He was selected one of 5 Live Video Experts to Follow by Switcher Studio, the Number One Twitter Account for Learning Live Stream Marketing by Amp Live and a Top 25 Video Marketing Influencer by Onalytica.

Disclaimer - Some of the links here are affiliate links. That means I may receive a commission if you buy something at no extra cost to you. -Ross

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