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.


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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

6 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.

  3. Thank you for all your good videos. How can I stream the appletv 4k to pc without lag? I am using Xsplit broadcaster. Did you discuss it in any of your videos? Can you use the Elgato HD60 S USB Capture Device?

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