Streaming Class

Now that your device has been setup, starting the stream is easy!

Using Larix Broadcaster

  1. Open the Larix app on your device.
  2. Make sure your device is in landscape (horizontal) mode.
  3. Press the Record button. Press this to GO LIVE!To indicate you are streaming you will see the following visuals:

      A - The red record circle becomes a red square.
      B - A timer begins counting how long the stream has been running.
      C - An indicator on what stream you are connected to.
      D - First # is current upload speed, second # is total data transferred.
      E - Volume level indicator.
  4. Teach class, have a great time and don't worry about getting booted off!
  5. Press the Stop red square to finish the stream when complete.


Larix Screen

  1. Record / Stop Button - Press this to GO LIVE! Changes to a red square when live to stop.
  2. Settings - To make changes to streaming setup.
  3. Mute Audio - This must be off (not white) to ensure audio is transmitted.
  4. Camera Flash - You should not need this on.
  5. Screenshot - Take a screenshot during class - Nice for your social media if you have a helper available to get photos for you.
  6. Frames Per Second - Generally 30 fps will appear (based upon your settings).
  7. Streaming Time - How much time you have been streaming this session.
  8. Camera Flip - Flips between the front and back cameras (Mirroring is not necessary like in Facebook).
  9. Audio Level - You should try to keep this green/yellow; Orange/red will mean loss of audio quality as it is too loud.
  10. Steam Name - Generally My Fit Pro (based upon your settings).
  11. Upload Rate - Displayed in Mbps to show your current connection speed (may go up/down during class).
  12. Upload Total - Displayed in Mbps to show how much data in total has been transmitted (increases during class).


Using OBS

  1. Start OBS on your Windows or Mac
  2. Click on Start Streaming.To indicate you are streaming you will see the following visuals:

      A - Start Streaming changes to Stop Streaming .
      B - A timer begins counting how long the stream has been running.
      C - Counter on current bandwidth being used for the stream.
  3. Teach class, have a great time and don't worry about getting booted off!
  4. Click Stop Streaming to finish the stream when complete.

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