How to Setup the Elgato Stream Deck for Livestreaming (StreamYard Tutorial)

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2️⃣ Elgato Stream Deck (All Sizes) (Amazon)

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In this video, Omar shares how to setup the elgato stream deck with streamyard.

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— Hands down,

StreamYard is one of the
best tools that you can use

when it comes to livestreaming,

because they make
livestreaming so, so easy,

whether that’s, you know,
bringing on a guest to interview,

doing transitions in real time

between your interviewer
or even your slides,

as well as being able to
brand your live streams

with backgrounds, thirds,
and things like that.

Another cool tool when
it comes to livestreaming

is the Elgato Stream Deck,

which is a device that
allows you to customize it

so that at a push of a button

when you’re doing livestreams,

you can make something happen.

And when you pair StreamYrd
with the Stream Deck,

you get awesome things.

And so that’s why in this
video I’m gonna be showing you

how you can set up the Stream
Deck with your StreamYard.

So let’s get into this.

You gotta just press record.

Hey, what’s up?

It’s Omar Eltakrori with Think Media,

and shout out to StreamYard
for sponsoring this video.

And we personally love using
StreamYard here at Think Media.

We use it to do all our livestreams,

whether it’s on our YouTube
channel, Think Media,

or even our Think Media podcast,

as well as our private Facebook groups

with our communities and students.

And, so, if you wanna
check out StreamYard,

be sure to check out the link
down in the description below.

But if you’re watching this,

you may already have StreamYard.

And I would say,

if you don’t already have
the Elgato Stream Deck,

that’s okay,

you can actually use your
keyboard in the same way

and I’ll show you how to do that as well.

But the Elgato Stream
Deck is a fantastic device

that comes in three different sizes,

whether that’s six
buttons, 15 or 32 buttons.

Personally, I have the 15.

But if you want a smaller
footprint on your desk,

maybe you want the six button one.

But we’ll post links to it
down in the description below.

The first thing you’re gonna wanna do

is log into StreamYard and open it up.

Select the gear icon on
the bottom of the screen.

Upon pressing the gear icon,
you can see on the left side

that you have the options of hot keys.

Now, when you click on that,

you can actually see
all the various things

that you can customize now
with your current keyboard,

which is super cool.

And if you’ve never seen this before,

there’s gonna be a
default setting of those,

but you can totally 100% customize them

to how you would want to customize them.

However, to set this
up with the Stream Deck

the fastest way possible,

the second thing you’re gonna wanna do

is download the StreamYard profile

for the Elgato Stream Deck.

And we’ll post a link to that
down in the description below

so you can go straight to it.

And then once you have downloaded
the StreamYard profile,

just open up your Stream
Deck’s configuration,

and then double-click
the StreamYard profile

and then it’ll auto-populate
on your Stream Deck.

This is a super easy way

to now transition to and from
certain looks and dynamics

while you’re conducting a
livestream on StreamYard.

However, you could still move it around

on the Stream Deck itself
based off of what you’d like.

What you can do in your
Stream Deck configuration

and make something maybe more simpler,

or even create your own,

which is one thing I love
about the Stream Deck

is that you can actually create your own

little button icons.

But all that to say the
StreamYard default does just fine.

And then the last step slash
tip that I would give you

is to actually just do a practice run.

You know, once you go live your live.

But now that you have the hot keys,

to definitely just know where they’re at.

The whole point of having hotkeys

is that you necessarily
don’t even need to look,

or you can use your peripherals

to actually conduct a transition,

or start or end your livestream
and things like that.

And so just conduct a practice livestream.

And if you actually wanna check out

my two angle livestream
setup that I have going on,

kind of behind me right
here, this is my desk set up.

It’s super fresh. It’s super cool.

You can click or tap the
screen to check that out.

And I can’t wait to see you
in a future video. Peace.

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