StreamYard On-Air is a live webinar platform. Now you can bring your viewers to StreamYard! Host a webinar, live stream or event on StreamYard, or embed it on your website. Optionally collect email addresses through a registration form. No downloads required!
How to create an StreamYard On-Air webinar
- In the Broadcasts tab, click “Create.”
- Select “On-Air webinar.”
- Select either “Studio” or “Pre-Recorded” as the source. Most choose the studio to go live, but if you've already recorded a video (on StreamYard or elsewhere) you can also upload that and stream it as if it were live.
- Add any additional destinations, if you'd like to multistream. This step is optional!
- Enter your title and description. Select the date and time.
- Select your webinar preferences. These are optional.
Registration- Viewers must register by entering their name and email. After registering, they will be sent a link to join the webinar via email and the option to add it to their Google, Outlook, or Apple Calendar. They can also download the calendar as an .ics file for custom calendars.
Live Chat- This option will enable a live chat for viewers to chat in. You can show these comments on-screen during your stream! The chat can be disabled at anytime by the host. The live chat cannot be embedded at this time, but this is coming soon!
Available on-demand- This will allow viewers to watch the recording after the webinar has ended. The host will still get a private recording of the stream in the video library after every stream regardless of whether this selection being enabled or disabled.
- Click “Create”! Thenyou will be able to share the link to your viewers, or embed it on your site.
Once you have created your On-Air broadcast and viewers have started registering for the webinar, you can view and manage the list of registrations. This can be accessed by clicking “manage registrations” which is available both in the studio and from the StreamYard dashboard, by clicking the 3 dots next to your upcoming webinar. To export this list, click "Export" in the top right.
To learn more about StreamYard On-Air, click here.