Live streaming is incredibly versatile. You can live stream just about anything, including: interviews, behind-the-scenes, product and software demos, live events like sports or weddings, church services, and more. And you can be as creative as you want to be.
Ecamm Live is a powerful live streaming app that is packed with features to help your creativity shine. You can do everything from bringing on guests to dropping in graphics, flow through presentations, add impressive backgrounds using green screen, highlight viewer comments… the list goes on and on.
If you’re looking for some creative ideas for what you can do with live streaming or want to see how some of our features work, look no further. Here are some of our favorite live streamers using Ecamm Live to add creativity to their videos.
Lights, Camera, Live with Stephanie Liu
One of our favorite parts of Lights, Camera, Live is Stephanie’s intro scene where she literally puts her live video feed into her computer. How is she doing that? She’s using an overlay and then adding her video feed in with picture-in-picture.
Stephanie also the queen of scenes. She flows seamlessly from her live video intro to her main interview and doesn’t lose any of her branding.
Confident Live Marketing Podcast
The Confident Live Marketing podcast is actually a podcast, but Ian Anderson Gray also does a live video interview with his guests so that he’s amplifying his reach and building engagement, while he’s at it.
Like Stephanie, Ian also uses creative overlays and titles to add a branded touch to his live stream interviews and set himself apart from other shows.
Church live streaming has become really popular in the last few years and churches like Ocean’s Church in Florida are creating really effective live videos by adding their church logo and showing Bible verses and worship lyrics on screen during the live stream. Viewers actually feel like they’re right there in the service no matter where they’re watching from.
What we absolutely LOVE about Jordan’s live video broadcasts is how he uses Ecamm Live’s green screen feature. His backgrounds are crystal clear and incredibly eye-catching without distracting from the content of his video. We just can’t stop watching.
John-Erik and Adventure Social are the epitome of creativity. John-Erik always “pushes all the buttons” in Ecamm Live, doing amazing things like sharing his phone screen, adding gifs and graphics, pulling comments on screen, and so much more. He’s not afraid to test things out live and his audience loves him for it.
He even recently completed a 28 HOUR live video fundraiser on Facebook. Pretty awesome stuff.
We just love how Ileane always makes her live videos friendly, approachable, and helpful. She’s great at demonstrating, chats with her viewers using the comments feature, and is just an around joy to watch. One of the best parts of Ileane’s videos is that she doesn’t overdo it with too much. Sometimes simplicity (and personality) is key.
Kevin Kolbe Media
Like John-Erik, Kevin Kolbe is all about bringing engaging graphics on screen during his live video streams. He adds statistics, icons, animations, and more to show his viewers rather than just tell them.
Kevin relies on scenes and uses his Elgato Stream Deck in Ecamm Live to plan out his live stream broadcasts and make sure everything flows smoothly without any hitch.
When we first saw Royal Ramble we were amazed that John Covey Cole and his team where able to do so much in their live videos. This show typically brings on multiple guests (you can bring up to 5 guests via Skype with Ecamm Live), has branded overlays and graphics, and so much more.
Drew Media Australia
Al Andrew from Drew Media Australia leverages live video for roller hockey matches across Australia. He keeps it pretty simple, focusing on the match itself, but does include “breaks” with score updates and rolls pre-recorded video from previous matches.
Whatever you’re planning to use live streaming to do, you can bring your brand, personality, and creativity to your broadcast using easy features within Ecamm Live.
If you want more great ideas and examples of live stream videos, be sure to join our Ecamm Live Community.
Want to try live streaming? You can download a free trial of Ecamm Live at www.ecamm.live. You don’t even need to enter a credit card.