As Spreecast grows, it is rewarding to see genuine communities develop across a range of topics. With that in mind, we’re excited to announce our friends feature to help Spreecast viewers better connect with each other and content creators build relationships with their audience. Read more
One of the unique features of Spreecast is having the ability to video chat with up to four people on camera in addition to the expansive live chat. For those who are expecting to have guests on camera, we recommend that you invite them to your event before going live to conduct a video/sound check.
Today’s Tip Tuesday will show you how to bring guests on camera for a video/audio check to ensure a smooth live experience.
It has happened to the best of us, when we find ourselves ‘lost in translation’ on Spreecast. “Can you hear me?” quickly escalates into a game of charades or an advanced course in lip-reading. Today’s tip offers a simple solution to this road bump for producers as well as guests who join on camera with no output sound. Read more
Have you ever seen or heard something worth sharing on Spreecast?
There is a built-in feature within Spreecast that allows you to capture those memorable moments and share them with ease!
Here’s how it works: Read more
The very cool Chris Colfer from GLEE at Spreecast NYC. Yeah, we were starstruck. So what?! 🙂