Getting started with make.tv
Getting started can be difficult sometimes therefore we have created a help center which will guide you through each section of make.tv.
If you are a first time user then we recommend to follow the order, which is listed below. This will make sure that you understand each section and then know how to produce a good show.
In this section we are going to show you the different ways of getting inputs into the make.tv Studio. Each of the below listed topics will be explained and shown.
- Feeds from IP-Cameras, which are reachable via RTMP/RTSP
- Feeds from local Webcams, which are connected to your computer
- Feeds from mobile devices, which have make.tv's mobile Broadcaster (iOS/Android) installed
In this section we will show you the library within the make.tv Studio and go through following to steps.
- Import media files
- Organize media folders
- Use media files in your production
- Use a media file with alpha
One of our core featureas within the make.tv Studio are the scenes. In this scenes you can prepare sets and mix incoming inputs with other overlays. In this section we will show you how to enrich these scenes with inputs, overlays etc.
- Drag and drop inputs into your scenes
- Prepare scenes in different scenesets
- Enrich your scenes with split screens and overlays (Text noch nicht vorhanden)
There are different ways on how to provide your with make.tv produced outcome to your audience. You are able to combine the below listed possibilities and allow your audience to watch the production on different sites, streaming servers and platforms.
- Broadcast the show on make.tv's channel player
- Broadcast the show on make.tv's embeddable player
- Broadcast the show on mobile devices
- Broadcast the show on other platforms and streaming providers
The make.tv Studio allows you to use signals (audio/video) of your audience. This great feature allows you to enrich your production with feeds from all over the world. Another great feature is to integrate your viewers by asking them questions through our voting object.
This part is mainly about going live with the show and your todo's during a live braodcast. Following topics will be part of this section:
- How to start and record a show
- How to monitor your output
- How to mix and swap the scenes
- How to moderate a chat
- How to synchronize your inputs
- How to add and use text objects