*Note: Ensure that you do not completely obscure the STAGE TEN studio when you are broadcasting. The best way to do this is to share by 'application' or 'google tab' and not by 'entire screen'.* (any questions, get in touch!)
Q: How do I broadcast what's on my screen?
A: You include a Screen Share feed in your broadcast just like any other type of live feed or media asset (you include it in a scene).
To create the Screen Share feed, click the ADD OR INVITE FEEDS button, then click Share your Screen. You'll then choose what audio you want to include, and then click CHOOSE SCREEN. When choosing your screen, it's highly recommended that you choose 'Application' or 'Chrome Tab' (and not 'Entire Screen') to give you more control over your broadcast.
Note: you must be using Chrome 73+ to share your screen.
Q: Can my guests share their screen?
A: Yes, your guests can share what's on their screen, instead of providing you with a camera feed. There are two ways to do this:
When your guests receives an invite from you, they choose what type of content to send - instead of camera & mic, they can choose screen share which will share their mic and either their entire screen, application, or chrome tab.
Guests also have the option to flip between camera & mic and screen share using the gear icon on their screen. Guests must also have Chrome 73+ to share their screen/