It may take additional resources for mixing (or switching) between shots while broadcasting live, but the effect can be incredibly engaging.The v Mix switcher is a terrific software option that allows you to mix and monitor several different live angles at the same time.Additionally, it integrates with Dropbox, Spotify, and other services, presumably for saving your files and streaming music.
The custom round touchscreen measures 2 inches (diameter) and includes 32GB of internal storage for saving videos.
Ubiquiti claims up to 2 hours of continuous livestreaming, up to 16 hours when capturing time-lapses, and up to 48 hours of standby time.
We like: Go Pro HERO5Price: $399 Similar to the Mevo, but slightly pricier, is Go Pro’s HERO5 is another great resource.
Go Pro’s action-oriented brand offers all the expected rugged and waterproof features for the rough-and-tumble live streamer.
And if the battery ever runs low or dies, you can quick charge it via its USB-C port. We're cautiously optimistic for the Front Row because we're pretty sick and tired of thinking about how to capture a moment instead of appreciating it.
It's an impressive battery that's long enough to livestream most sports events and definitely should be enough for that next EDM show you're attending. But until we try one for ourselves, we're skeptical it has what it takes to make us put down our phones.
While their classic video mic (pictured above) is a great addition to any DSLR or mirrorless camera set-up, it’s also a perfect live streaming professionals looking to boost their in-camera or in-device audio recording quality.
Audio adapters We like: Beachtek DXA-MICRO PROPrice: 3 In the same vein, if you’re looking to utilize multiple audio channels (and prefer XLR quality audio), Beachtek is a great tool to use in conjunction with almost any audio setup.
You can try it for free, but for the best quality their v Mix 4K software is the way to go.
It supports a full range of video files, multiple inputs, overlay channels, and more.
Front Row's about the size of a round smartwatch, connects with i OS and Android devices via an app, and comes with a main 8-megapixel camera with 140-degree wide-angle lens which gives you a view similar to that of a Go Pro.