Live Streaming

Swivl Audio Setup for Live Streaming

 Available for: Standard, Pro, Admin, Owner, C-Series Robot, CX Robot

 

For your convenience, we created a printable Step-by-Step Audio Setup Guide
to help you with the right setup and steps - print the pages you need!  

 

To find the audio setup that works best for you, you must first identify two aspects of your hybrid learning setup:

  1. The type of device you will be using (iOS or Android)
  2. The streaming service you will be using (eg. Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet)

Once you have these identified, use the matrix below to find the audio setup that will work for you and click the heading link to read the instructions. 

  

Matrix Guide to Setup Options

Live Streaming Setup Video Walkthroughs

 

Matrix Guide to Setup Options

 

 

Traditional Setup

 

Standalone Setup Integrated Setup
Description Listen to remote student audio through earphones Broadcast remote student audio using AC powered speakers + adapter Broadcast remote student audio using Computer's speakers or an integrated speaker system
Mobile Device OS and Streaming Service Compatibility

iOS devices + Zoom/MS Teams

-OR-

Android devices* + Zoom/MS Teams/Google Meet


*check compatibility here  

iOS devices + Zoom/MS Teams

-OR-

Android devices* + Zoom/MS Teams/Google Meet


*check compatibility here  

 Both iOS and Android devices 

+ Zoom/MS Teams/Google Meet/Webex

 Click here for setup instructions with pictures! --------------> Traditional
 Procedure
Standalone
Procedure
Integrated
Procedure

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wired earbuds with a microphone and a 3.5mm jack

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AC-powered speakers and a 3.5mm to USB-A adapter

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Connect Swivl Robot to Computer/Integrated setup wirelessly or
with USB A to USB A cable

Option 1: Swivl Link

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OR

 

Option 2: USB A to USB A Cable

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If you are interested in amplifying teacher audio while live-streaming, check out our article here

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