guppyi scoreboard – Control graphic ads for your livestream online
With guppyi scoreboard GUI you can control graphic displays such as the score, cards, playing time, team line-up, substitutions and your own advertising via a graphical interface and stream them to the Internet or display them on a scoreboard. In the latest version of OBS you can integrate the scoreboard control directly into OBS via the custom browser dock.
OBS Open Broadcaster Software is one of the most popular streaming encoders which also allows the integration of a browser source. OBS is free, open source software for video recording and live streaming: download OBS
vMix is live streaming and video mixing software that allows you to publish live productions directly on the Internet. You can add Guppyi Scoreboard output via Web Browser Source. You can find a short description here
Caspar CG Server is a Windows and Linux software for the reproduction of professional graphics, audio and video content. Caspar CG is also an open source software. Here you can integrate the scorboard via the http layer. You can find a short description here
Wirecastis professional live streaming video production software. Wirecast offers the tools you need for every step of a broadcast, from audio-video recording to live production to streaming. (Not open source) The guppyi scoreboard is integrated in just a few steps. Brief instructions
“Streamlabs OBS” is perfect for streaming games. As the first source, you simply put in the picture of the game, put the signal from your webcam over it.You can use guppyi scorboard to put more graphic displays on your stream. You can already start your very own gaming stream. Brief instructions for integrating the scoreboardBrief instructions for integrating the scoreboard
Chroma key support means that you can call up the scoreboard output with a defined background color. (Blue screen) I.e.
The Blackmagic Video Mixer is just one example. All mixers that support chroma keying can integrate the guppyi scoreboard
Step 5: To output the scoreboard, you have to generate an output URL from the scoreboard. You can then use streaming software such as Open Broadcaster Software or XSplit Broadcaster as a browser source on your live video and then stream it to YouTube, Facebook, etc. (If you need your own streaming server, we are happy to help firstname.lastname@example.org) .
Or enter the URL in the browser to display the scoreboard on a screen or big screen in the stadium.