Streaming Audio and Video

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From a PC or Mac

Click below for a Video Tutorial, or read on for a written/illustrated description of each feature.


  • Click the "Join" link in your email invitation to open with your web browser.
  • Enter Your Name and Your Key and Click "Submit".
  • Click "Allow" when prompted to access your camera and/or microphone.


Call In to the Conference Line

If a Teleconferencing Number and Moderator Code appear on your screen:

  • Dial the Call In Number from a landline or cellular phone.
  • Enter the Moderator Code on the phone when prompted.


Activate Camera

  • Click the Click to Activate button in the upper right corner.
  • Select Use My Webcam Stream.
  • Your camera image will appear on the screen.
    • Once you can see your camera feed, all other participants will be seeing the feed.

Note: For advanced video users, instructions are available for RTMP streaming: Flash Media Live Encoder


Activate Microphone

If NO Teleconferencing Number is given, activate the VOIP audio:

  • Click the Microphone icon.
    • Red = muted.
    • Green = active and transmitting.

Note: For the best audio experience please review the recommendations here: Streaming Audio


Change Camera / Microphone

You may wish to use a different Video or Audio device for streaming:

  • Right-Click and Select Settings.
    • Click the Camera Tab.
      • Select a camera option from the dropdown list.
    • Click the Mic Tab.
      • Select a microphone option from the dropdown list.

Note: If your device does not appear in the list, it may not be compatible or may be lacking proper driver support.


Using The VOIP/Phone Bridge

Occasionally, an event may be scheduled to use a mix of VOIP audio and Teleconferencing. When applicable, the Conference Call Manager icon will appear in the menu bar.

  • Click the Conference Call Manager icon.
  • Click the "Connect" button, and you will hear the automated operator confirm your connection to the conference call.


Video Settings

A high-speed Internet connection with a minimum of 1.5 Mbps upload and download bandwidth with is required to properly stream live video of the event.

As the Stream Manager, you can change the bandwidth profile of the video feed(s) as needed to improve video quality.

  • Click the Video Profile button to reveal the list of available profiles. Each profile has a preset resolution, framerate, and compression designed for optimal experience.
    • Standard is the default video profile with the lowest bandwidth usage.
    • High provides a higher resolution video image at a greater bandwidth usage.

Video Profiles

From a Mobile Device

Download LiveLitigation App

The App can be downloaded from:


  • Tap the "Join" link in your email invitation to open with your web browser.
  • Tap the "App Store" logo to search for the LiveLitigation Mobile Application.
  • Download and Install LiveLitigation on your Mobile Device.
  • Once installed, Tap "Ready to Join".


Stream Video

  • Tap the Camera icon.
  • Choose the Front or Back camera.


Stamp Exhibits

  • Tap the Exhibit Files icon.
  • Select an Exhibit.
  • Tap Start Exhibit.
  • Tap the Exhibit Files icon.
  • Tap Stamp.
  • Tap anywhere on the Exhibit to place the stamp.
  • Resize and reposition as needed.


Submit Exhibits

  • Tap the Exhibit Files icon.
  • Tap Submit.
  • A new copy of the Exhibit including stamps and markup has been created and is available for download.


Download Exhibits

  • Tap the Exhibit Files icon.
  • Toggle view to Submitted Files.
  • Select an Exhibit.
  • Tap Save.
  • The Exhibit is now saved locally and can be accessed from the App's main menu.


Export Exhibits

  • Tap Files.
  • Select an Exhibit to export.
  • Tap Export.
  • Choose a compatible App on your device to open or share the Exhibit file.



For IT departments and personnel:

Click Here for Technical Specifications

  • Minimum System Requirements
  • Security
  • Internet Bandwidth Requirements
  • Cookie Handling
  • Firewall Rules
  • Hostnames and IP Addresses

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