Live Streaming

Live Streaming Audio Setup: Standalone Setup

*see all possible setup options for your live streaming here

 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!

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When using Standalone Setup, we recommend that your students follow best practices for audio participation during the live stream. Following these guidelines will increase the clarity and volume of student remote voices during a live stream session.

  • You can use Standalone setup to live stream with Zoom or MS Teams with your Swivl Robot.

    •  

      Compatibility

       

      All Swivl-compatible iOS devices can be used for live streaming with Zoom.

       

      Equipment

      swivl_robot.pngSwivl Robot

      Dongle_3.5-mm-to-USB-Adapter-768x644.jpg

      3.5mm to USB adapter to connect to Swivl Robot

       

        Screen_Shot_2020-09-22_at_9.55.00_AM.png

        AC Powered    Speakers

       

      Standalone setup steps

      1. Install the Teams by Swivl app and Zoom on your mobile device

      app_store_logo.jpeg Teams_by_Swivl.jpg Zoom_icon.jpg

           

      2. Connect your Swivl and the Markers to your mobile device. When prompted, tap "Allow" to allow access to Robot.

      CX_connected_via_cord.jpg Allow_to_communicate_-_iPad.jpg

      3. Open Teams by Swivl and proceed to Settings. Tap on Base port configuration and select To Speakers.

      To_speakers_-_iPad_2_.jpg

      4. Plug your speakers and the adapter into the USB port on your Robot.
      Turn on the speakers and raise the volume.

      Screen_Shot_2020-09-22_at_9.55.00_AM.pngDongle_3.5-mm-to-USB-Adapter-768x644.jpg

      After the speakers are successfully connected, you will see the popup icon "Speakers connected"

      and the Speakers icon appear on the Home Screen:

      Speakers_connected_-_iPad.jpg Speakers_icon_on_the_Home_screen_-_iPad.jpg

       

      5. Open the Teams app. On the Home Screen, tap the Zoom icon in the Stream section.

      Zoom_-_Standalone_-_iPad.jpg

      Teams by Swivl will remember what you selected the last time and default to that option the next time you open the app.

      Standalone_-_Zoom_-_iPad.jpg

      7. You will be redirected to the Zoom app to start or join the session. The Teams app will remain running in the background. 

      iPad_to_work_copy.jpg

       8. On the Zoom app, select "Call using Internet Audio".

      Call_using_Internet_audio_-_iPad.jpg

      Volume Control: Adjust the speaker volume to max. Next, click on the directional arrow “up” on Primary Marker until you have achieved maximum volume.

      If you have a paid Zoom membership, you can record meetings in the mobile app. See more details in Is a Live Stream session automatically recorded? 

    • Compatibility

       

      All Swivl-compatible iOS devices can be used for live streaming with MS Teams

       

      Equipment

       

      swivl_robot.pngSwivl Robot

       

      Dongle_3.5-mm-to-USB-Adapter-768x644.jpg

      3.5mm to USB adapter to connect to Swivl Robot

        Screen_Shot_2020-09-22_at_9.55.00_AM.png

        AC Powered    Speakers

       

       

      Standalone setup steps

       

      1. Install the Teams by Swivl app and MS Teams on your mobile device

      app_store_logo.jpeg Teams_by_Swivl.jpg MS_Teams_icon.jpg

       

      2. Connect your Swivl and the Markers to your mobile device. When prompted, tap "Allow" to allow access to Robot.

      CX_connected_via_cord.jpg Allow_to_communicate_-_iPad.jpg

      3. Open Teams by Swivl and proceed to Settings. Tap on Base port configuration and select To Speakers.

      To_speakers_-_iPad_2_.jpg

      4. Plug your speakers and the adapter into the USB port on your Swivl Robot.
      Turn on the speakers and raise the volume.

      Screen_Shot_2020-09-22_at_9.55.00_AM.png Dongle_3.5-mm-to-USB-Adapter-768x644.jpg

      After the speakers are successfully connected, you will see the popup icon "Speakers connected"

      and the Speakers icon appear on the Home Screen:

      To_speakers_-_iPad_2_.jpg Speakers_icon_on_the_Home_screen_-_iPad.jpg

       

      5. On the Home Screen, tap on the MS Teams icon in the Stream section.

      MS_Teams_-_standalone_setup_-_iPad.jpg

      Swivl will remember what you selected the last time and default to that option the next time you open the app.

      MS_Teams_-_Standalone_-iPad.jpg

      6. You will be redirected to the MS Teams app to start or join the session. The Teams by Swivl app will remain running in the background.

      iPad_to_work_copy_3.jpg

      7. Start or join a Teams session, then tap the mic icon to enable audio

      iPad_to_work_copy_5.jpgiPad_to_work_copy_6.jpg

      Volume Control: Adjust the speaker volume to max. Next, click on the directional arrow “up” on Primary Marker until you have achieved maximum volume.

       

  • You can use Standalone setup to live stream with Zoom, MS Teams, or Google Meet with your Swivl Robot.

    The only Android devices that will support all three streaming apps listed here and work with mobile charging are Samsung Tab S5e and Samsung Tab S6. Lenovo M10 is also compatible, but cannot use the mobile charging feature.If you have a different Android tablet, Zoom will not be compatible and you will need to use the Integrated Audio Setup.

    •  

       

      Compatibility

       

      Samsung Tab S5e, Samsung Tab S6, or Lenovo M10 are the only devices which are compatible for live-streaming with Zoom.

       

      Equipment

       

      swivl_robot.pngSwivl Robot

       

      Dongle_3.5-mm-to-USB-Adapter-768x644.jpg

      3.5mm to USB adapter to connect to Swivl Robot

        Screen_Shot_2020-09-22_at_9.55.00_AM.png

        AC Powered    Speakers

       

       

      Standalone setup steps

       

      1. Install the Teams by Swivl app  and Zoom on your mobile device

      Google-Play-Logo.jpeg Teams_by_Swivl.jpg Zoom_icon.jpg

             

       

      2. Connect your Swivl Robot and the Markers to your mobile device. When prompted, tap "Allow" to allow access to Robot.

      StS_-_1.jpeg

      3. Open Teams by Swivl and proceed to Settings. Tap on Base port configuration and select To Speakers.

      StS_-2.png

      4. Plug your speakers and the adapter into the USB port on your Swivl Robot. Turn on the speakers and raise the volume.

      Screen_Shot_2020-09-22_at_9.55.00_AM.pngDongle_3.5-mm-to-USB-Adapter-768x644.jpg

      After the speakers are successfully connected, you will see the Speakers icon appeared on the Home Screen:

      StS-3.png

      5. Go to Teams app, on the Home Screen, choose the preferable Live Streaming app in the Stream section.

      • Select Zoom.  (Zoom will only work with the three Android devices listed above.)
      • Start Live Stream Session.

      StS_-_4.png

       

      6. Join with video and enable microphone.

       

       

      Volume Control: Adjust the speaker volume to max. Next, click on the directional arrow “up” on Primary Marker until you have achieved maximum volume.

      Headset Option: The teacher can connect the headset (earbuds+microphone) to the Primary Marker. You will hear participant audio from both the headset and the AC-powered speakers.

      StS_-8.jpeg

      If you have any issues with audio, please confirm that your Swivl Robot settings are:

      Hybrid Learning = > Base port configuration = > Automatic or Speakers

      Advanced Settings = > Audio configuration = > Live Streaming

       

    •  

      Compatibility

       

      Most of newer Android devices are compatible for live-streaming with MS Teams. For more information, please check out our article: CX:Android Compatibility

      Equipment

      swivl_robot.pngSwivl Robot

       

      Dongle_3.5-mm-to-USB-Adapter-768x644.jpg

      3.5mm to USB adapter to connect to Swivl Robot

        Screen_Shot_2020-09-22_at_9.55.00_AM.png

        AC Powered    Speakers

       

      Standalone setup steps

       

      1. Install the Teams by Swivl app and MS Teams on your mobile device

      Google-Play-Logo.jpeg Teams_by_Swivl.jpg MS_Teams_icon.jpg

            

      2. Connect your Swivl Robot and the Markers to your mobile device. When prompted, tap "Allow" to allow access to Robot.

      StS_-_1.jpeg

      3. Open Teams by Swivl and proceed to Settings. Tap on Base port configuration and select To Speakers.

      StS_-2.png

      4. Plug your speakers and the adapter into the USB port on your Swivl Robot. Turn on the speakers and raise the volume.

      Screen_Shot_2020-09-22_at_9.55.00_AM.pngDongle_3.5-mm-to-USB-Adapter-768x644.jpg

      After the speakers are successfully connected, you will see the Speakers icon appeared on the Home Screen:

      StS-3.png

      6. Go to Teams app, on the Home Screen, choose the preferable Live Streaming app in the Stream section.

      • Select MS Teams.
      • Start Live Stream Session.

      StS_-_4.png

       

      6. Enable Microphone and Video on your live stream app.

          MS Teams: Tap on the camera and microphone icons:StS_-_6.png

       

      Volume Control: Adjust the speaker volume to max. Next, click on the directional arrow “up” on Primary Marker until you have achieved maximum volume.

      Headset Option: The teacher can connect the headset (earbuds+microphone) to the Primary Marker. You will hear participant audio from both the headset and the AC-powered speakers.

      StS_-8.jpeg

      If you have any issues with audio, please confirm that your Swivl Robot settings are:

      Hybrid Learning = > Base port configuration = > Automatic or Speakers

      Advanced Settings = > Audio configuration = > Live Streaming

       

    •  

      Compatibility

       

      Most of newer Android devices are compatible for live-streaming with Google Meet. For more information, please check out our article: CX:Android Compatibility

       

      Equipment

       

      swivl_robot.pngSwivl Robot

       

        Dongle_3.5-mm-to-USB-Adapter-768x644.jpg

      3.5mm to USB adapter to connect to Swivl Robot

        Screen_Shot_2020-09-22_at_9.55.00_AM.png

        AC Powered    Speakers

       

      Standalone setup steps

       

      1. Install the Teams by Swivl app and Google Meet on your mobile device

      Google-Play-Logo.jpeg Teams_by_Swivl.jpg google-meet-logo.png

            

      2. Connect your Swivl Robot and the Markers to your mobile device. When prompted, tap "Allow" to allow access to Robot. 

      StS_-_1.jpeg

      3. Open Teams by Swivl and proceed to Settings. Tap on Base port configuration and select To Speakers.

      StS_-2.png

      4. Plug your speakers and the adapter into the USB port on your Swivl Robot. Turn on the speakers and raise the volume.

      Screen_Shot_2020-09-22_at_9.55.00_AM.pngDongle_3.5-mm-to-USB-Adapter-768x644.jpg

      After the speakers are successfully connected, you will see the Speakers icon appeared on the Home Screen:

      StS-3.png

      5. Go to Teams app, on the Home Screen:

      • Select Google Meet.
      • Start Live Stream Session.

       

       

      11download.png

      6. Enable Microphone and Video on Google Meet.

      GIcons.png

      Volume Control: Adjust the speaker volume to max. Next, click on the directional arrow “up” on Primary Marker until you have achieved maximum volume.

      Headset Option: The teacher can connect the headset (earbuds+microphone) to the Primary Marker. You will hear participant audio from both the headset and the AC-powered speakers.

      StS_-8.jpeg

      If you have any issues with audio, please confirm that your Swivl Robot settings are:

      Hybrid Learning = > Base port configuration = > Automatic or Speakers

      Advanced Settings = > Audio configuration = > Live Streaming

       

     

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