With the camera quality on smartphones being comparable to many DSLR and mirrorless cameras, the amount of content creators using their phones for filming have increased. The right lighting and setup can truly produce high-quality images and video, except the same can’t really be said for the audio. Vloggers, video podcasters, and filmmakers may find that the audio captured by their devices’ built-in microphones still leave a lot to be desired, despite the many upgraded features that smartphone companies come up with each year.
Today, Streamlabs is excited to announce an integration with TikTok which makes it easier for creators on their platform to access tools to create more interactive live streams, monetize their content, and increase engagement with viewers.
Introducing 3-Way 2.0 🤳 Get more capture options with a lot less gear. The 3-in-1 design transforms into an extension arm for selfies or follow shots, an ergonomic camera grip, or a tripod. The new built-in ball joint even lets you swivel the camera 360° and tilt it 90° for vertical capture.
Achieve the highest standards of streaming and video calls with the new Razer Kiyo Pro—a Full HD USB webcam with a cutting-edge adaptive light sensor that adjusts to any lighting condition while streaming at 1080p 60FPS or 30FPS when HDR is enabled. No more excuses for having your camera off.
DuncanCantDie is a professional Twitch streamer and YouTuber, and over the last five years he’s been tweaking his streaming rig to achieve the perfect setup. In this video, Duncan shows off his streaming gear and talks about his favorite Blue microphones.