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Facebook Live

A powerful way to connect with your audience or followers in real time.

Go Live Now

Go live on Facebook to broadcast a conversation, performance, Q&A or virtual event. When broadcasting live, your community has the opportunity to join the conversation and ask questions, comment, react, or just follow along in real time. Learn how to make personal connections and create shared experiences with Facebook Live.

Get inspired and go live

Take a look at how other creators and video publishers are harnessing the power of Facebook Live to connect with their fans in real time.

How to go live on Facebook using a phone

Broadcast to your Page, group, profile, or event from anywhere in the world using the Facebook app or the Creator Studio app (both available on iOS and Android).

Facebook Live on the Facebook mobile app

From the Facebook app:

  1. Navigate to the Page, group, profile or event where you want to publish your live stream.
  2. Tap the Live button at the bottom of the post composer.
  3. Add a description to your video. You can also tag friends, check in to a location, and add a feeling or activity.
  4. Tap Start Live Video.
  5. Tap Finish when you want to end your broadcast.

Take advantage of live broadcasting.

Find more information on Live Streaming Best Practices here.

From the Creator Studio app:

  1. Open the Creator Studio app
  2. Click the pen and paper icon in the top right corner of the Home or Posts tab
  3. Select the "Live" post option
  4. Add a description to your video. You can also tag friends, check in to a location, and add a feeling or activity.
  5. Tap Start Live Video.
  6. Tap Finish when you want to end your broadcast.
Facebook Live on the Facebook mobile app

How to go live on Facebook from a computer

When going live from a laptop or desktop computer, you’ll automatically be directed to Live Producer, which is also how you can go live on Facebook using higher-end production equipment and streaming software.

  1. At the top of your News Feed, click What’s on your mind, [Your Name]?
  2. Click the three dots icon then click Live Video and you will automatically be redirected to Live Producer.
  3. Write a description for your live video.
  4. Click Go Live in the bottom left.

Utilize a streaming software.

With Live Producer, you have the option to go live using a camera and streaming software, also referred to as encoding software or an encoder. The encoder that&#;s best for you may depend on the type of content you plan to stream. There are several programs to choose from, including free open-source software. Learn more about encoding software options and going live with streaming software.

Use Live Producer.

Once you have your encoding software and camera installed, you’re ready to go live using Live Producer.

Learn more about going live.

Learn more about how to use Live Producer here. If you’re planning a larger virtual event or show, we also recommend checking out this advanced Facebook Live guide.

Facebook Live on the Facebook mobile app

You can go live on a Page, in a group or an event. Your live videos may also appear in News Feed and on the new live video destination on Facebook Watch, which makes it easy for users to find live content they care about. In addition to the top current and upcoming live videos, the new live video destination features channels about specific interests like entertainment, performances and more.

How to schedule a live stream

If you’re using a connected camera and encoder, you can schedule a live stream up to one week in advance in Live Producer. If possible, we recommend scheduling live broadcasts ahead of time to make your audience aware of upcoming broadcasts and to more easily connect when your stream begins. Learn more about scheduling a live broadcast here.

When you schedule a live broadcast, 2 posts are automatically created:

  • An announcement post: When you schedule your live broadcast, an announcement post is published to your Page, letting your followers know you have an upcoming live stream. People who see the announcement post can click "Get Reminder" to receive a one-time reminder notification shortly before the stream begins.
  • A live broadcast post: At the scheduled time of your live broadcast, a post containing your live stream will automatically be published. People who expressed interest via the announcement post get a notification directing them to the broadcast.

How to moderate comments

If you’re using a connected camera and encoder, you can moderate comments in Live Producer. Once a stream is initiated, the left-hand column will display your live post’s comments, giving you the ability to moderate the discussion while also monitoring the live stream.

A dropdown menu lets you apply the following settings to more easily manage comments:

  • Slow: Commenters can only comment once every 10 seconds.
  • Discussion: Your chat will only show comments of at least characters.
  • Follower: Only your followers can comment.
  • Restricted: Viewers must have accounts that are at least two weeks old to comment.
  • Protected: Commenters must have followed you for at least 15 minutes.

How to trim and clip previously live videos

You can trim the beginning and end of your previously live video if there’s any unnecessary footage you’d like to cut. You can also create shorter video clips from the longer broadcast.

To trim the beginning or end of your previously live video:

  • Go to Creator Studio and navigate to the Posts tab under the Content Library section.
  • Check the box next to the previously live video you want to clip and select the Edit Post button.
  • Select Trimming on the right side of the pop-up screen.
  • Select your start and end points, and press Save.

To create a clip of a previously live video:

  • Go to Creator Studio and navigate to the Posts tab under the Content Library section.
  • Check the box next to the previously live video you want to clip and select the Edit Post button.
  • Select Video Clipping under Subtitles & Captions on the right side of the pop-up screen.
  • Set your clip start and end points.
  • Select + Add Clip.
  • Add a title to the clip.
  • Select Save.
  • After you create your clip, you can find it in the Clips tab within the Content Library section of Creator Studio. From here, you can publish the clip to your Page and add it to any relevant playlists.

How to raise money for a cause

Qualified Pages can add a Donate button to their live videos by using the Facebook app on mobile or Live Producer on a computer.

This allows you to raise money during a live video for a nonprofit or charitable organization, including your own.

Donations are not available in all markets. Learn how you can qualify for Facebook&#;s fundraising tools here.

This image shows how you can add a Donate button using Live Producer. Learn how to add a Donate button to a mobile broadcast here.

How to bring guests into your broadcast

Live With

Live With is a built-in co-broadcasting feature that lets you invite one other person into your mobile live broadcast. You can bring on a guest speaker, interview an expert, or perform with a fellow artist, among other use cases.

As the host, you can select a guest to go Live With during a mobile live broadcast from your Page or profile (Live With is not available in Live Producer at this time).

Facebook Live on the Facebook mobile app
Facebook Live on the Facebook mobile app

Broadcasting to Facebook Live from Messenger Rooms

This Messenger Rooms feature allows you to turn your room into a co-hosted Facebook Live. You can easily go live with up to 50 people to a Facebook Profile, Page, or Group you manage.

Whether you’re hosting a book club, interviewing a panel of experts, teaching a fitness class, or broadcasting with your friends for fun, going live from a room makes it easy to have more interactive broadcasts with audiences of any size.

If you’re using Live Producer, you can bring guests into your broadcast by using platforms like Be.Live, Stage Ten and easylive.io.

Find the partner that is right for you. Video conferencing software providers such as Zoom and BlueJeans also allow you to broadcast live to Facebook with multiple participants.

Learn more about broadcasting Live to Facebook using Zoom and BlueJeans, or ask your video conferencing provider if they support this functionality.

Here are some things to keep in mind before, during and after your stream on Facebook Live.

To support creators, small businesses, and other media partners, Facebook offers the option to host an Online or Paid Online* Event with Messenger Rooms, Facebook Live, or other video chatting platforms.

Depending on where you decide to host your event, Online and Paid Online Events* allow you to limit content distribution to those who have registered to attend for free or purchased admission, respectively. You can learn more about Online Events here, as well as explore these lessons for more information on planning and producing an Online Event on Facebook.

To make it easier to discover and join these online events, we have also redesigned the Events bookmark. From here, your audience can quickly find events happening now, as well as discover those based on their interests, allowing them to stay connected with you and other events they care about.

*Paid Online Events are available to a select group of partners at this time. You can learn more here.

Facebook Live on the Facebook mobile app

Grow and monetize with Facebook Live

To better support our partners, we’re improving the tools that help creators earn money and manage their presence on Facebook. We’re expanding access to fan support products, such as Fan Subscriptions and Stars, as well as offering new ways to monetize video content, including ads in short-form video, ads for live video and new ad experiences. You can learn more here.

Sours: https://www.facebook.com/formedia/solutions/facebook-live

Business Help Center

The New Pages experience is not available for all Pages yet. Pages you manage may still be using the Classic Pages experience. The Moderator role from the Classic Pages experience will be phased out once all gaming creators move to the New Pages experience.

Level Up chat moderation settings

  1. Go to the Streamer Dashboard
  2. Go to the Latest Comments section
  3. Select ""
  4. Select the setting you want to turn on

Available chat settings

  • Slow: Commenters can only comment once every 10 seconds.

  • Discussion: Your chat will only show comments with at least characters in them.

  • Follower: Only your followers can comment.

  • Restricted: Viewers must have accounts that are at least 2 weeks old to comment.

  • Protected: Viewers must follow the streamer for at least 15 minutes before they can comment.

Profanity filters

Page admins can moderate both the content posted to their Page and the people who like their Page. Page admins can turn on a profanity filter to block profanity. Facebook determines what to block by using the most commonly reported words and phrases marked offensive by the community.

The Profanity filter can be turned on in Page Settings > General > Profanity Filter. There are 3 levels: Off, Medium and Strong.

Banned words

To cut down on inappropriate content, Page admins can add keywords they would like to block from appearing on their Page. If one of these keywords is used in a post or comment, it will automatically be marked as spam. A Page admin or moderator can approve or delete the content. The content length limit is 10, characters.

Blocked keywords can be set in Page Settings > General > Page Moderation.

Chat rules

Page admins can set chat rules for their communities from their creator dashboard. Page admins can choose from the rules that we developed with the Fair Play Alliance, or write their own custom rules. When a viewer writes their first comment, they will see a popup with the chat rules, and must agree to those rules before writing their comment. When the Page admin or a Community Manager removes a comment, they can indicate which rule was broken. This is communicated to the viewer who wrote the comment.

To enable chat rules:

  1. Go to the Streamer Dash.
  2. Select Chat Rules at the top of the screen.
  3. After you choose your rules, select the Chat Rules button to go to the Page admin&#;s view of the moderator dashboard.
  4. You can select which rules to activate and use the custom text section to create and activate custom chat rules.
  5. Check the Chat Rules Preview window to see a preview of the rules for your chat.

Moderation Dashboard (Classic Pages Experience)

Page admins can make users community managers or moderators of their page. These users can use the dashboard to remove comments, mute viewers for a short period of time or ban people from their Page or stream. Once someone is banned they can watch the stream, but can&#;t comment or react to the stream or other people. Their previous comments will also be removed.

To access the moderator dashboard (Classic Page experience):

  1. Go to fb.gg/moderator.
  2. Click "" next to the comment you want to action.
  3. Select:
    • Delete

    • Ban from page

    • Ban from stream

    • Mute for 15 minutes

    • Report comment

  4. Select which rules were violated so the commenter can receive feedback about why their content was removed.

Note: For Pages that have switched to the New Pages Experience, moderation tools can be found right in the live player. To enable these new tools, visit the Page&#;s live stream on desktop and click on the .

New Pages experience and chat moderation settings

  • Moderators (not Community Managers) can no longer perform live stream moderation, and chat messages from personal profiles will no longer have Moderator badges.

  • Creators that previously had Moderator status in the Classic Pages experience need to be invited as Community Managers.

  • If you already had designated Community Managers in a Classic Pages experience, those roles should still be designated on those users after the transition to the New Pages experience.

Learn More

Sours: https://www.facebook.com/business/help/
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Start your stream

Go Live in three easy steps and turn your passion into a career.

Step 1

Create A New Page

First time Creator? Create a page and give it a name to get started.

Edit Your Existing Page

To update your Page at any time, click the three dot icon next to the “Share” button, then select “Edit Page Info”

Step 2

Choose a Software Encoder

Every software encoder listed below allows you to connect your gameplay video to your Facebook Page as a live stream. Each offers unique features, so choose the one that best meets your needs. .

Step 3

Starting your stream

Connect with Facebook friends, other gamers and new fans who share your passion for gaming.
How to start streaming
Go to fb.gg/streamer select Create Live Stream. Under Post, choose where you want your live stream to appear (such as your Gaming Video Creator Page that you manage, not your profile Page).
Use your software to start streaming. You will see a preview screen of your stream on Facebook where the server URL and stream key are displayed.
Name your stream, identify the game you’re playing, and add a description so viewers know what to expect from your stream. The final step? Click Go Live!
Learn More
Sours: https://www.facebook.com/fbgaminghome/creators/getstarted
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