- Camera to Computer Bridge Devices
- Web Cams
- Network and IP Cameras
- HD Cameras and Camcorders
- Direct to Ustream
- iOS Broadcasting
- Computers and iPads
- Camera Mounts and Tripods
- USB Accessories
- Firewire Accessories
- Useful Accessories
- Audio Interfaces and Mixers
- Tricasters and Switchers
- Church and Event Gear
- Live Help
- About Us
Frequently Asked Questions - Broadcasting Questions
Questions and answers related to broadcasting.
Whenever possible it's best that broadcasters dedicate a computer solely for the purpose of streaming the broadcast to Ustream. Close all other open programs, including anti-virus and all other auto-start or memory-resident programs. Use another computer for the chat, social stream, web surfing, and all other tasks during the broadcast.
It is a common misconception that the viewer count on the broadcaster is that of the number of users in the "Viewers" category. However, this is not the case, the viewer count on the broadcaster indicates how many people are watching the video stream while the "Viewers" category on the chat room shows the users that are able to post comments in the chat room.
While broadcasting you may ban any user from your chat room. You don't even need a reason.
To ban a user, any broadcaster or moderator can click on the user’s name and click “ban.” This will block the user’s IP address from the chat room. Note: This only applies to the current chat room.
This feature is only available for a few streams and is not a public feature at this time, If you are interested with multiview and wish for it to be added to your channel, please contact sales at https://www.ustream.tv/contact-us/sales