Free Live Streaming for YouTube
YouTube Streaming Software
Do you want to engage with your audience in real time? Do you want to broadcast consistently high-quality videos to your audience? Welder’s streaming service ensures you connect with your audience in impressive quality, every time. Stream up to 4K, and up to 1080p bitrate. All for free. Live stream to YouTube- whether it's a webinar, gaming, or product launch, and use professional quality for free with Welder. We’re Ad-free so your content can run interruption-free. It’s simple with Welder. Simply go live, broadcast in 1080p and stream to YouTube or multiple channels of your choice.
How to Stream to Youtube
Set up studio
Start your live stream
Streaming to YouTube from Welder helps you connect with your global viewers. Viewers want to interact with creators in real-time. So having a global reach is super important. Connect with your viewers, share the experience of your live stream and grow your channel with Welder’s easy-to-use streaming software.
Personalize your stream
Our live streaming software helps your content stand out, so your branding becomes memorable. With Welder, you can add overlaps, invite participants, change background, choose colour scheme, adding a logo and more. Our streaming service puts you in control.
With Welder, you can multistream your content to the busiest platforms out there. Multistream to Twitch, Facebook, LinkedIn and more, with our powerful streaming software. You can easily simulcast to amplify the experience for everyone and help grow your show.
With Welder, our live streaming software is free! You can stream to YouTube from Welder, for free.
To create a live stream with Welder, simply enter your studio, and click ‘Go Live’. If you want to record at the same time, simply click on ‘Start Recording’. Send the link to your guests and you’re ready!
With Welder’s streaming software, you can stream to 30+ platforms.
Your recorded stream will stay in your Welder studio, unless you actively delete it. Your YouTube streams are automatically archived if less than 12 hours long.