This is just a quick recap of the unboxing I did of the LiveU when it arrived. I ended up doing the unboxing on my livestream because it just felt appropriate! I have had some time to play around with this setup and I will be releasing another video shortly where I talk about it more in-depth. I will link all of the videos together once I am complete in hopes that it helps out others who may just be starting out with livestreaming. There are multiple different types of livestreamers but here we will begin talking about the IRL setups that some people are using today for professional quality streaming. If you have any questions or things you would like to see tested with this device please let me know. I would love to answer any questions you guys may have in the comments below! Be sure to check out the links below to support the channel and help me keep making these types of videos!
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I'm Dro and welcome to my channel! I play Bass for Deadstar Assembly and I'm also currently a Content Creator.
Videos that are a bit more vlog styled in the way they are shot and edited. Most of these videos will include stuff about Luna the Wolfdog, Scout the Fennec Fox, Falcore and Riddick the Cats, and Deadstar Assembly, my Band.
These are videos I have edited which contain clips of cats that either live or have lives with us or were rescues that were being re-homed. In some of these videos you will also see some of the other animals and shenanigans that goes on in our lives.
These are a few of the videos of my pet Arctic Fox, Spooky. Unfortunately, After turning 3 Years Old we found out that he had a really bad case of epilepsy. He just started having seizures out of nowhere. Sometimes he would even have up to 15 a day. We kept him heavily medicated, but unfortunately he only lived for another 3 years after that. I came home one day and he had attacked himself pretty bad after a seizure and was no longer functioning properly. I had to make one of the hardest decisions ever and had him put down. I know that now he is no longer suffering and hopefully resting in piece. He's buried in my back yard and I will forever miss him!