How To Livestream Your Indoor Ride // Online Streaming Basics

This video covers the basics of my livestream setup that uses OBS Studio on Windows 10. I cover all the hardware, software, and configuration details for a high quality single scene stream before going live on Twitch to show it all working in real-time. Once you have OBS Studio configured you can stream to almost any platform – YouTube, Twitch, Mixer, and Facebook. I hope this guide is informative for both the new streamer and those familiar with online streaming.



GPLama Livestream Hardware Setup Used:

HP Omen PC (GPU: GeForce RTX 2060):
Samsung 50″ RU7100 4K LED TV:
Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400:
Blue Yeti Microphone:
Logitech BRIO Webcam:
Philips HUE Light Strip (Req HUB):
Elgato Green Screen:
Elgato HD60 S USB Capture Device:
Elgato Cam Link USB Capture Device:
Elgato Stream Deck:
Quad Lock Phone Case:
Quad Lock Desk Mount:
Wahoo Kickr Headwind Fan:

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Shane Miller

4 thoughts on “How To Livestream Your Indoor Ride // Online Streaming Basics

  1. Thank you for the video, how do you capure the screen from your iphone on your live streams and overlay it on the main stream ?

  2. Live streaming has a multitude of purposes even in the business world. You could stream webinars, conferences, training sessions, and even to multiple platforms simultaneously.

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