“Go Live” from within ProPresenter 7
Start streaming today with the click of a button. With support for your favorite streaming platforms, it’s never been this easy to bring your online presence to life.
* Supports RTMP and RTMPS for Facebook, YouTube, & more!
Create & Display Your Content
Whether you’re a Photoshop expert or technology isn’t your friend, we’ve got you covered. Create beautiful graphics with our built in editor.
Record Your Screen
Don’t throw away those memories. Store your live stream for future playback, or just record your output for further editing!
Switch Your Video Inputs
Bring your video to life by capturing every angle! Switch between your video inputs and apply effects using the inspector.
* Video Inputs do not currently support live preview.
How Do Input My Camera's Audio?
Currently we support audio inputs that are embedded with a video feed. While we do have some plans for other audio input abilities, there are some hardware options that can be used right now. If you already use one of these, just send your audio from your interface, mixer, mic etc. to your camera to get audio in.
Some hardware options we’ve tested:
Blackmagic Design UltraStudio Mini Recorder
Blackmagic Design Intensity Shuttle
Blackmagic Design Decklink Series
Where Can I Get Free Content For My Live Stream?
We have a free content resource available for all of our ProPresenter users! On our Free Content page you’ll find resources like lower thirds for lyrics, full screen graphics, motion backgrounds, & more. We add new content regularly through partnerships with outside groups as well as through designing content ourselves! Click Here to View Free Content
Which Codec Should I Use For Recording?
If you’re recording full screen content for playback online or in ProPresenter, we’d recommend h.264 or h.265. Both are a great compromise of quality for file size. H.265 has grown in popularity recently and would be a great option to go with. If you want to preserver transparency in your video, for example lower thirds, then HAP Alpha or ProRes4444 will allow you do that. Keep in mind HAP Alpha and ProRes4444 have very large file sizes and we’d recommend only using them if you need to preserve alpha transparency in your video.