On the right in Figure 2, you can see that you can send a post to your subscribers and also share via Google Plus, Facebook, and Twitter, a nice way to publicize your event.
You can upgrade the free version into either paid version by paying the fee and inserting the serial number into the preferences panel.
In the retail version of Wirecast, which I used, when setting your broadcast settings, you’ll choose You Tube as the destination.
Overall, You Tube does a great job making the new service easy to use with Wirecast and FMLE, while those using other encoders should have no problem figuring out how to connect.
After you input the info and settings, You Tube Live creates the watch page for your event, shown in Figure 10.
Just choose an encoding preset that matches the ingestion settings that you selected in Figure 4 and you’ll be good to go.