If you’re looking for an easy live streaming setup for beginners, here’s a configuration we recently suggested to a Client. It will help you get to the next level in your sales calls, podcasts, or video interviews.
Easy Live Streaming Setup For Beginners
This is a great configuration to immediately increase your professionalism.
If you happen to wear glasses, you may want to get two Elgato Key Lights instead of the Elgato Ring Light, as the Ring Lights are notorious for reflecting the “circle” in your glasses. Some viewers find that distracting.
Here’s a linked list of everything shown in the diagram below:
If you have any questions about which of these is best for you, ask your question in the comments, and we’ll give you some help!
Adding a Teleprompter
A teleprompter is useful to help you stick to your talking points, and gives you confidence in delivering your message.
Whether on sales calls or in webinars, having your points directly in front of you allows you to confidently see your notes while also giving direct eye contact.
Also, if you’re in Zoom and want to be able to see your audience while speaking to them (without having to look down at your screen, or elsewhere), you can drag the Zoom window onto the teleprompter and see everyone in front of you while also giving direct eye contact. This is a great way to build a connection with your audience!
Here’s a link list of everything shown:
By the way, in your case interested in what we use, here’s a post that outlines everything we currently use.
As mentioned earlier, if you have any questions about this setup, drop to the comments and ask your questions. We’re here to help!
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