How to do a LIVE Interview on YouTube (YouTube Live with 2+ People)


Learn how to do a LIVE interview on YouTube and add guests to your live streams… (The best ways to YouTube Live with 2+ people!)

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— How to do a LIVE Interview on YouTube (YouTube Live with 2+ People!) —

If you’re looking to host a live interview on YouTube, you’ll quickly realize the process is not quite as simple as it is on some other platforms.

Facebook introduced a live ‘guest’ feature a while back, enabling you to do 2 person live streams with the click (or tap) of a button. But as of right now, YouTube live 2 person streaming is not so straight forward…

While it may not look that way at first glance, the good news is – adding a guest to YouTube Live IS possible. In fact, you can add MORE than one – you just need the right tools to do the job!

In this video we look at the best options to go Live on YouTube with 2 or more people (including OBS, ECamm Live, Hangouts, Skype and Zoom), and the process you need to follow to do it.

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  1. Heather Mader Art 3 June, 2020 at 15:01 Reply

    I’m wanting to have a live painting session with 2 artists… but my art studio and my desktop are in two different rooms.
    Can someone advise how I can point the camera at my painting and still use my computer… or is this impossible?

  2. Depression Talks 3 June, 2020 at 15:01 Reply

    I seriously just want to say thank you. This was extremely helpful! I took notes and everything. Right on!✌🏾🖌️

  3. StuartDWright 3 June, 2020 at 15:01 Reply

    Very useful video, thanks. I already went the Skype+Streamlabs OBS solution on Windows with 5 people on the podcast call, but am having problems with the audio bleeding between the NDI sources. When one person speaks, the audio mixer volume levels move for all the NDI sources. It sounds terrible as the audio has a phasing effect to it. I’ve been unable to fix it. Have to heard of this issue? Thanks

  4. Charlotte Wijsmuller 3 June, 2020 at 15:01 Reply

    this video is old and does not show how to add obs to skype and set it up!nobody in the Netherlands know how to do it.

  5. Ajay Jackson 3 June, 2020 at 15:01 Reply

    what is the point of live chat???? the youtuber doesn't read the live comments, the followers dont communicate with each other, it's just a whole babble of people typing coments , not responding to each other and not even reading each others comments ..not all but most i have to add

  6. Leo Kleemann 3 June, 2020 at 15:01 Reply

    Help me, im trying to record internal sudio in obs, and other apps and i can record the internal desktop sound with blackhole and other apps that meke this… can you help me?

  7. Zeh Netto Oficial 3 June, 2020 at 15:01 Reply

    Men!! That's the best tutorial for integrating plataforms for broadcasting!! Saved me a lot of time, because I could integrate skype with OBS, but I wanted to use the sound from another application (logic Pro), but that was a hell! Problemas with audio interfaces, clocks and stutt. You helped me to choose the right option! And that was Ecamm, for sure! something funny happened btw. I typed ECAM (with just an "m" instead of two and I was in a porn site…:-).
    Now, I can brodacast me, the guest and the sound of Logic Pro, all together and with much control! Thanks man! You were essencial! all the best and thanks for sharing such a great content.
    But I still have a questios. Is my guest (skype guest) able to hear my Logic audio?
    Greetings from Brasil. (yes, the orginal name of our country is with an "s")

  8. Michelle Bissonnette 3 June, 2020 at 15:01 Reply

    Justin.. could really use your help! I'm a high school teacher and the quarantine is killing me. I teach a film-based class. We have "free'" access to zoom and I've tried the Screen Share feature and tried streaming the videos to my live zoom classes (with like 30 students). There is so much buffering of the video (like a serious delay in motion on screen). Can you help me with a rec for how to best do this? Ideally we would really like to show films and have as many people be able to view student produced videos online for like on online film festival. IDEAS PLEASE!!!

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