The GoPro camera system allows users to stream video to GameChanger through the Quik App. GoPro cameras that support live video streaming via RTMPS are:
- GoPro Hero 7, 8, 9, 10 11 Black, 12
- GoPro Max
Please make sure that your GoPro Quik app has been updated to the following versions of the app or higher:
- Android - 12.3.20078
- iOS - 184.108.40.20670
GameChanger recommends that users determine their upload speed to help determine the best resolution to stream based on network connection and conditions. Please visit our Improving Stream Quality for External Cameras support site for more information.
How to Start a Live Video Stream from a GoPro
- Select the appropriate team.
- Navigate to the Schedule tab and select the event that you wish to stream for.
- Tap the Go Live button.
- If you haven’t previously used the feature, grant GameChanger permission to use your device’s camera and microphone.
- From the preview screen tap External Camera on the top of the screen.
- Set the audience you wish to stream to. More about audience controls here.
- Open the GoPro Quik app, and tap on the camera icon in the bottom right of the screen.
- Connect to your GoPro.
- Click on Live Stream.
- A list of platforms will appear, tap Other/RTMP.
- Connect to a Network.
- Navigate back to the GameChanger app and copy the Full RTMP URL.
- Navigate back to the GoPro app and paste the Full RTMP URL.
- Select Lens View if supported on your GoPro model.
- Tap Continue (this can take a few mins).
- Tap Go Live after the camera completes set-up.
- When the stream starts in your GoPro device you can navigate back to your GameChanger app. and approximately 30-45 seconds after your GoPro goes live you and your stream viewers will see the live event tile.
- You can view your stream from within the GameChanger app by tapping into the Live tile.
- To end your stream you must do so from within the GoPro app.
- GoPro does not support mute through camera settings. If you would like to mute your stream GoPro recommends plugging in a mic adaptor but not connecting a mic.
- If using the Personal Hotspot on your phone, there is a limited range that the GoPro can be away from the device. A dedicated Hotspot or other device is recommended.
- If recording to an SD card, make sure there is enough room on the card to record the game. If the card fills up, the stream will cut off when the recording stops.