One of the defining features of Hudl streaming is flexibility. You’re presented with a variety of streaming options, allowing you to pick the one that’s right for your program.

Take a closer look at each of these options to determine the best one for the needs of your school.  

Stream directly from Focus to Hudl TV. 

For a simple, hands-free option, stream your content directly to Team1Sports, powered by Hudl TV. 

Selecting this option allows you to stream automatically according to your team's Hudl schedule. Simply add each schedule entry, and select to stream to your “powered by Hudl TV” destination. Once you’ve entered your full schedule, your work is done. 

Your Focus camera will automatically start and stop recording based on your scheduled events, which not only uploads the video automatically to your Hudl library but also pushes the stream live on your Team1Sports page.

This method allows you to set it and forget it, delivering your fans a high-quality stream without requiring a heavy lift on your end. 

Find out more about this option.

Use our Production Truck software for an advanced, high-level stream.

Production Truck brings advanced livestreaming capabilities to your fingertips. Here’s how it works: 

First, download Production Truck to your computer. Once you’ve opened Production Truck, connect an audio and video source (like a Focus camera), and you’re ready to stream! 

From there, you can tailor your livestream how you want. A single user can add features within Production Truck, like multiple camera angles, graphics, and audio elements to deliver fans a professional-level broadcast. This process is a little more hands-on, requiring a dedicated person to manage the livestream during the game using a high-quality computer. 

Here’s everything you need to know about streaming with Production Truck.

Use Remote Truck to stream from a mobile device.

If you don’t have access to a Focus camera, you can still capture and share your content using our Remote Truck app. Stream directly from an iPhone or an iPad, using the camera from the device to film the game.

Here’s how to get started with Remote Truck.  

Stream to a different destination. 

You’re not locked into using Team1Sports to share your stream. If you’re using Hudl Focus, you can stream directly to YouTube or send your video to a broadcast software and choose from several other streaming destinations (like Facebook or Twitter) to stream your events. 

Ready to start streaming?

Contact us to learn what livestreaming with Hudl can do for your program.