Livestream with Larix Broadcaster App: The Complete Guide

If your streaming area will be in a centralized location (i.e. studio location with many teachers) you will want to download use the Larix Broadcaster App. You will also want to use the Larix Broadcaster app if you or your teachers will be using an Android device. 

Union has put together a complete list to help you get setup from product recommendations to the day of your livestream! 

Union Approved Gear

Before we built livestreaming at Union, we surveyed thousands of yoga students and found that audio quality was the most important thing to them–we didn't believe it at first, but when we thought about it, it makes complete sense. If you're practicing, you use your eyes some of the time but your ears all of the time. With millions on millions of minutes streamed since launch, we have heard that reaffirmed through post-class surveys and tickets we receive from end users. 

Visit our Standard Gear Recommendation to choose the best setup for you and your business. 


Setup your Gear and Test your Livestream

Once you have all of your gear, let's put it all together! We advise that when running any livestream test, you should be in your studio space, or where you'll be streaming your classes. This will provide you with more confidence that your stream quality is setup for success. 

Step 1. Download the Larix Broadcaster App

You will want to download the Larix Broadcaster app to your phone. Please choose the appropriate link that matches your setup. 

Step 2. Locate your Stream Key

Sign in to your Union admin account to locate your stream key. Learn how to locate your stream key by visiting our article here

Step 3. Setup Larix 

Once you've downloaded Larix to your phone, you'll want to setup your settings and link it to Union!  Please choose the appropriate article that matches your products to get your camera setup with ease. 

iPhone Setup

Please visit Setup the Larix Broadcaster for your iPhone

Android Setup 

Please visit Setup the Larix Broadcaster App for your Android 

Step 4. Setup your Audio 

Now that Larix is connected to Union and your camera is set up, it's time to connect your audio source! Please choose the appropriate article that matches your setup. 

Bluetooth Earbuds

To setup your bluetooth earbuds, please visit Setup your Bluetooth Earbuds for Larix Broadcaster

Wireless Mic

If you will be using a wireless mic for your audio source, please visit Setup your Rode Wireless Go II for Larix 

Voice + Music 

If you are using music in your studio and would like your virtual attendees to hear this too, please visit A/V for Voice and Music.

4. Test your livestream 

We want to ensure a successful streaming experience for both you, your teachers, and your students! It's highly recommend that you run at least one livestream test before your first class. Please visit Livestream Test with Larix Broadcaster for step by step guidance! 


Day of your Livestream

The Union team have complied our notes and feedback to help you and your team prepare for your livestream classes. These helpful practices include, checking your mic/video feed or recognizing potential streaming challenges. While we know everyone has their own way to check their gear and prepare for class, here are some suggestions to get you started and guide you towards your Day of Livestream flow that fits you! 

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