Panasonic rolls out LUMIX Tether for Streaming to help you live stream with your DSLR
Panasonic released a software that builds off of LUMIX Tether and helps you live stream with your DSLR.
What you need to know
- LUMIX Tether for Streaming (Beta) is now available from Panasonic.
- The piece of software helps you live stream using your DSLR.
- LUMIX Tether for Streaming works with the LUMIX DC-GH5, DC-G9, DC-GH5S, DC-S1, DC-S1R, and DC-S1H.
Panasonic released a piece of software today that helps you live stream with your DSLR, LUMIX Tether for Streaming (Beta). The software is in beta right now and builds off of Panasonic's LUMIX Tether software (opens in new tab). LUMIX Tether for Streaming allows you to connect your supported camera to your PC through USB tethering. It also features a LIVE VIEW mode that is free from any graphics or text on top of the camera feed. As a result, it's easier for streaming software to pick up a clean camera feed from LUMIX Tether for Streaming.
As more people work from home, it's become more important to have a good webcam. If you have a supported LUMIX camera, you can use Panasonic's new software as part of your streaming set up. The software currently supports the LUMIX DC-GH5, DC-G9, DC-GH5S, DC-S1, DC-S1R, and DC-S1H.
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You can download LUMIX Tether for Streaming from Panasonic's website (opens in new tab)
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Nice! I hope Panasonic/Ricoh survive this current wave of stress in the camera industry. Of course, my chosen brand, Nikon, does not provide this kind of live-streaming capability, not even in their mirrorless cameras. :-(