Streamyard is one of the best softwares for streaming live podcasts and interviews. It easily allows you to invite guests and manage the scenes within their software. However, can you add multiple of your own cameras to the Streamyard studio. When live streaming you may want to have multiple camera angles available to show your audience.

In this tutorial I am going to show you how to add multiple cameras to Streamyard without having to use any extra software. Let’s jump in and get started.

How To Add Multiple Cameras To Streamyard

  1. Go to Streamyard.com and login to your account
  2. In your Dashboard navigate to Broadcasts –> Create A Broadcast –> New Broadcast
  3. Select your Stream Destination –> Give your stream a title –> Click on “Create Broadcast
  4. Choose your Microphone and Camera and then click on “Enter Studio
  5. In the studio you will now be able to see your first camera angle.
  1. To add a second camera angle we need to click the invite button and copy the invite URL. Paste this invite URL into a new tab in your browser. You will now be joining your own stream as if you are a guest. When joining click on the cam/mic settings button and select your second camera. Click on “Enter studio“.
  1. Once you enter the studio you will now see both of your camera angles have been added to the scene. You can switch between these cameras or have them both on screen at the same time. This can be useful if you want one camera on your face and another on your keyboard etc.

You have now successfully added multiple cameras to Streamyard without having to use any third party software.

How To Add Multiple Camera To Streamyard Using Streamlabs

You can also use the Streamlabs virtual camera to manage multiple cameras. IN streamlabs you can set up as many cameras as you like and manage your scenes from Streamlabs. You can then go ahead and add the Streamlabs virtual camera as your main camera in Streamyard.

This is a great option if you want to have much more control over your stream.

You can check out our full guide on how to use virtual camera in Streamlabs.

Wrapping Up

Now you know how to add multiple cameras to your Streamyard stream. Your audience can now enjoy multiple camera angles and a more immersive stream. Let us know in the comments what you will use multiple cameras for.

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James is a marketer by day and gamer by night. He loves sharing his Marketing background in the world of streaming. When he's not working on campaigns he's likely to be spotted in Verdansk.