Step 1: Create a YouTube account if you haven’t already. Check out our step-by-step guide (listed above) on how to do so.
Step 2: You can’t livestream on YouTube until you verify the account with a linked mobile number. Head to the verification page, log in to your account, and follow the on-screen instructions.
Step 3: Once verified, head to the YouTube Studio dashboard. Next, click the red camera Create icon located in the top right corner. After that, click Go Live in the small drop-down menu, as shown above.
Step 4: On the following screen, select the Stream tab from the left side of the screen. A form appears to enter the stream’s name and set its privacy mode, description, and category. Be sure to select an age limit (if any), and then click Create Stream to continue.
Step 5: With your stream created, a control panel will provide a preview window and tabs for stream settings, analytics, and stream health.
The Stream Settings tab is open by default. Look directly under the label to find the stream key you need for OBS. Click Copy to send the 16-character string to the clipboard. You can also click the Reveal eyeball button to expose the string for 10 seconds and enter them manually in OBS.
Whatever you do, keep this number secret. You don’t want anyone else to have it since they could stream on your account without your permission.
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