Mevo producers can choose YouTube as a streaming destination for their events, either to a YouTube event or via YouTube's Stream Now option.
In the live edit view, tap the red button in the lower left corner.
All of your streaming and recording options will populate. Tap the YouTube icon.
You will be prompted to log in via Google. Continue to log in to your account and authorize Mevo.
The screen shown below will open. On the bottom, you can either create a new event on your YouTube channel directly from the Mevo app, select Stream Now to stream directly to your channel page rather than a pre-configured event page on your YouTube account, or select a pre-existing event on YouTube; swipe left along the bottom of the screen to see more events.
- 1. Choose your audience setting and event date and time.
- 2. Tap the gearwheel to open another screen where you can toggle YouTube chat on and off; you can also log out here.
- 3. Give your stream a title.
- 4. You can also toggle chat on and off here.
- 5. Choose your streaming quality up to 1080p.
- 6. When you are ready to start your stream, tap Go Live.
If you want to create an event on YouTube.com, see the Events section in this article for instructions; be sure to select 'Custom' as your event type and not 'Quick.'
If you see a 'Forbidden' error message when attempting to stream to YouTube, make sure you have enabled live streaming on your YouTube account.
Mevo will start sending the stream to YouTube. If you selected Stream Now, your channel is currently live.
If you selected an event, you will instead see a countdown to the start time you previously configured.
After a moment, a blue Publish button will appear. When you are ready to push your stream live to your channel, tap Publish.
Please note that manually publishing your stream to your YouTube event is required even if the countdown ends. The stream will not publish at the set time automatically.
The blue button will indicate the stream is loading. After a few seconds, the app will indicate that your stream has been published in the lower left corner.
Tap the information bar in the lower left corner to reveal more information about your stream, including viewer count, battery levels, bitrate, timer, and audio source.
To end the stream, tap the red dot, then slide the larger red dot that appears to the right.
A card will appear indicating your stream has ended. If you streamed to a scheduled event and no longer intend to stream to this event, toggle on Complete Live Event on Youtube; do not select this if you plan to go live to the same event again. This option does not appear if you selected Stream Now as your streaming destination.
You can also choose whether or not to save a recording of your stream to your microSD card and upload the recording to Vimeo.
See YouTube's documentation regarding saving archives of your streams on YouTube.