Live Streaming Software for Mac and PC

How to Stream Live to YouTube and Facebook?

A software for streaming live to any RTMP network

Stream live to social networks like Facebook and YouTube with best live streaming apps. Live streaming to multiple platforms and RTMP servers. Twitch, Periscope, VLC, Weibo, Wowza, Livestream, Ustream, Codem, JwPlayer, Adobe Media Server, Nginx, Dacast, Red5, Pandora TV, Afreeca.tv, Brightcove, Cameleon and others.

Live Stream for Mac
Live Stream for Windows

HOW IT WORKS? Go Live!

Facebook Live App and Live for YouTube. Live streaming to multiple platforms and RTMP servers.

Live Streaming Apps

Live streaming trough Facebook Live API, YouTube Live Streaming API, other network APIs and RTMP media servers. No subscription, no monthly fees.
Stream live from iPhone, iPad, your Mac or Windows PC. Broadcast live video using your built-in camera, any USB camera, and most IP cameras.


  1. Download the Live Streaming App for iPhone/iPad, alternatively you can start with "Live for YouTube on the App Store" (free)
  2. Switch between social networks or set up your own RTMP server. Check out Augmented reality (AR) lens, masks, filters, advanced video quality controls and broadcast to Facebook business-page
  3. Mac and Windows: free Cameleon Center Mac and Windows should work with most desktop apps built with Cameleon. Try unrestricted Alpha versions of Live Streaming Software for Mac and Windows*read disclaimer before purchasing Alpha software
  4. Building your own live video streaming apps? For more info and iOS source code, check out how to build a live video streaming app.

Live Streaming Software DOWNLOAD

Cameleon is a software that powers live streaming apps for Mac and Windows and iPhone/iPad

Stream live from Mac and Windows to Facebook, YouTube and other RTMP media servers. Use your built-in webcam, USB cameras and IP camera inputs. No subscription, no monthly fees.

Mac and Windows: Cameleon Center should work with most desktop apps built with Cameleon. Try unrestricted alpha builds of Live Streaming Software for Mac and Windows*read disclaimer before purchasing Alpha software

Building your own live video streaming apps? Get the iOS source code, see how to build a live video streaming app.

How to Install and Run Live Broadcaster on Mac and Windows apps

Streaming live from Mac and Windows requires Cameleon Center. Download and install Cameleon Center for Mac | Windows and start Cameleon Center before continuing.

Please read and follow instructions relevant to your computer operating system (Mac or Windows). Minimum system requirements for running Live Broadcaster: 4 GB RAM, 1 GB free Hard Disk space, active Internet connection and Windows (32 bit or 64 bit) minimum Windows 7 or macOS / OS X (64 bit) minimum 10.6 (Snow Leopard).

Live Streaming Software for Mac

Streaming live from Mac requires both Cameleon Center and Live Broadcaster

  • Download and install Cameleon Center
  • Start Cameleon Center and make sure Cameleon Center is running by checking if the application icon is visible in the Dock
  • Download and install Live Broadcaster
  • Start Live Broadcaster and check if Cameleon Center status is OK (green color) at the bottom left of the main application screen
Live Streaming Software for PC

Streaming live from Windows PC requires both Cameleon Center and Live Broadcaster

  • Download and install Cameleon Center
  • Start Cameleon Center and make sure Cameleon Center is running by checking the application icon in the System Tray
  • Download and install Live Broadcaster
  • Start Live Broadcaster and check if Cameleon Center status is OK (green color) at the bottom left of the main application screen
Live Streaming Apps for iPhone

Streaming live from iOS requires Live Broadcaster or Live Pro

  • Install Live Broadcaster or Live Pro
  • Start the app and Enable YouTube Live or Facebook Live by either tapping Go Live or opening the Settings tab
  • Enable 1080p and Instant Live (optional) and after testing your first live broadcast, set video quality to 720p or 1080p
  • Try Augmented Reality (AR) masks and filters