on 07/19/2017
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G9MD.TV “How To” & “Quick Tips” Series


Our users love G9MD.TV because we make live streaming easy for everyone. But, we understand new users may have some questions about getting started. 

Matt Robertson, Video Production Specialist for G9MD, is working hard to create a full series of short  “How To” videos to walk you through every step of the process as well as an even shorter “Quick Tips” series to answer questions on specific steps within the process.  

These two series are on the G9MD Tutorials Channel. Head over to the channel and click on “Series.” 

To date, Matt has produced two videos for the “How To” series. Start with watching the “How To: A General Overview.” He walks you through G9MD.TV’s site navigation and introduces several key features of the platform. This 4-minute video will provide an excellent overview for beginners to live streaming or for those new to the site. 

After you have an understanding of how G9MD.TV is set up, move along to the second video in the series, “How To: Stream Live Video and Audio Using the G9Live App.” This video walks you through the entire setup and live stream process. You’ll learn:

  • How to create a channel
  • How to create a live stream event
  • How to download and configure the G9Live App
  • How to manage and share your content

If you’ve just registered, check out the “Quick Tips” series for the first video on Privacy & Embedding Settings. 

We always welcome feedback from our clients and users so if you have an idea for a “How To” or “Quick Tips” video, please send Matt your idea in an email to mrobertson@g9md.net and he’ll get working on it! Also, if you have any questions after watching one of the “How To” videos, just leave Matt a comment under the video and he will get back with you. 

If you haven’t yet registered for an account on G9MD.TV, visit our Platform Pricing page to find the plan that best fits the needs of your organization. Start by trying our Producer Plan free for 15 days.