Broadcasting Online: DIY Webcasting Studio

Broadcasting Online: DIY webcasting Studio – part 1 & 2. This was recorded live in our studio on Sunday July 11, 2010 from 8-9 p.m. EST.

The high quality video recording, project files and digital handouts are now available for viewing and download below.

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  1. Hi everyone, at the time I told my girlfriend that I was going to go make money online doing instructional webinars, they teased me. But afterward I showed them my earnings. Thanks to this course I had the information necessary to produce a quality product people actually want to pay for.

  2. interesting!…video and downloads are packed with information! this not only improved my webinars but made them extremely simple to produce. Thanks to the guys at the DV Show!

  3. Could someone not use screen share in Google+ and enjoy the same video stream with their friends free of charge?

  4. Sure. But then everyone you wanted to broadcast to would have to be a
    Google+ friend, and that would kinda defeat the purpose of having a
    pay-per-view/subscription business.

  5. Sure. But then everyone you wanted to broadcast to would have to be a
    Google+ friend, and that would kinda defeat the purpose of having a
    pay-per-view/subscription business.

  6. This course is the most informative I have found on the web. Gives an excellent breakdown of the equipment necessary on any level. Highly recommended for the serious entrepreneur wanting to produce a quality webinar.

  7. Hey Mike! I like your website and I have a few questions to get started. 1)
    Could you tell me if there is any audio video miss-match/lag by using
    Canopus ADVC110? 2) Does Canopus ADVC110 allow me to capture my stream in
    HD? 3) Could you guide on how to stream wirelessly from my video recorder?
    Thanks!

  8. Hey Mike! I like your website and I have a few questions to get started. 1)
    Could you tell me if there is any audio video miss-match/lag by using
    Canopus ADVC110? 2) Does Canopus ADVC110 allow me to capture my stream in
    HD? 3) Could you guide on how to stream wirelessly from my video recorder?
    Thanks!

  9. @ritvikish – (1) No, I use the ADVC-110 specifically because it DOES
    synchronize the audio to the video. The ADVC-55 does not. (2) No,
    unfortunately the ADVC only does SD, up to 720×404 – which is more than
    sufficient for most internet streams (any higher definition and some
    lower-end bandwidth users can’t keep up). (3) To stream from any VCR-type
    device, simply use a cable with RCA connectors at both ends. The ADVC-110
    will not compensate for copy-protected content. Hope that helps. Mike

  10. @ritvikish – (1) No, I use the ADVC-110 specifically because it DOES
    synchronize the audio to the video. The ADVC-55 does not. (2) No,
    unfortunately the ADVC only does SD, up to 720×404 – which is more than
    sufficient for most internet streams (any higher definition and some
    lower-end bandwidth users can’t keep up). (3) To stream from any VCR-type
    device, simply use a cable with RCA connectors at both ends. The ADVC-110
    will not compensate for copy-protected content. Hope that helps. Mike

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