Broadcasting to Facebook, YouTube and Twitch


  1. Select BROADCAST on the stream you would like to broadcast

  2. Select CREATE A NEW BROADCAST

  3. Select all destinations from the multi-selector and select NEXT

  4. Edit the details for the broadcast by selecting a CAMPAIGN, input a BROADCAST TITLE and DESCRIPTION

  5. Edit the details of each destination from the list and select NEXT

  6. Select START ALL BROADCASTS

  7. Once the broadcast ends - select STOP ALL BROADCASTS


Facebook advanced options

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Branded Content: Please see this article for more information on branded content

Auto-recover with a new post: When selected this will automatically recover your live stream if there are any outages.

Do not allow embedding: When selected this disables viewers from embedding your Facebook post.

πŸ“• Note: To go live to a Facebook schedule event please navigate to this link.

YouTube advanced options

Thumbnail: This allows you to upload a custom thumbnail when you publish a live stream.

Category: This allows you to assign a category to your live stream.

Privacy: This allows you to choose whether you post your live stream publicly or privately.

Playlists: This allows you to select a playlist that your live stream is added to.

Tags: This allows you to associate tags with your live stream.

Scheduling a YouTube live stream

You are able to set up a scheduled live post between 10 minutes and 7 days from when you want to go live allowing for the maximum discovery of your live post.

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  1. Navigate to the YouTube channel you want to create a scheduled post for, and select GO LIVE then select CLASSIC LIVE STREAMING

  2. Select EVENTS from the LIVE STREAMING option on the left-hand panel and select +NEW LIVE EVENT

  3. Enter a TITLE and DESCRIPTION

  4. Set DATE, TIME and PRIVACY level then select CREATE EVENT

  5. In Grabyo, select the BROADCAST icon on the stream you would like to broadcast

  6. Select your YouTube channel as social integration, if it does not appear add it via ADD SOCIAL INTEGRATION

  7. Select a CAMPAIGN and select your scheduled event from the YOUTUBE LIVE EVENT dropdown menu

  8. Select START BROADCASTING to push your stream to YouTube, your post will only go live at this point

  9. Select STOP BROADCASTING to end your live stream


πŸ“• Note: Your scheduled post will be available in Grabyo straight after you create it. You can enable auto-start and auto-stop from YouTube's control room.

Twitch Live Broadcast

To add multiple Twitch accounts to Grabyo you need to open Twitch.tv in a separate browser window and log out of Twitch before trying to add a new account.

πŸ“• Note: To add multiple Twitch accounts to Grabyo you need to open Twitch.tv in a separate browser window and log out of Twitch before trying to add a new account. This is because Twitch does not give you the option to log out of the account while going through the flow described above and will automatically add an account already associated with Grabyo.

βœ… Tip: Twitch broadcasting guidelines on encoding, bitrate, resolution and framerate settings that provide the right balance for the content you are published can be found here. To diagnose issues with your broadcast navigate to Twitch Inspector.

πŸ“• Note: Twitch music guidelines can be found here. If you violate these guidelines, you may be subject to a takedown notice from music rights holders under their DMCA Guidelines. Twitch may also take action under their Community Guidelines.

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