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Master Class Digest: Debugging

What’s up everyone, we’re back with another installment in our Master Class mentorship series! In case you forgot, Master Class is our in-house series of long form videos where we bring in mentors from across the industry to teach select topics and give your content creator IQ a boost.

This month’s Masterclass is dedicated to Debugging. Mastering the technical side of streaming is must if you want to see success, as well as give your audience an awesome experience. The first step towards doing so is knowing where things can go wrong and how to fix them. Join Pipeline’s resident tech wizard Florian “Flo” Baumgarte in this three-part series he goes through the in’s and out’s of debugging all your livestream tech problems!

Episodes in the Debugging Master Class will be released weekly on Thursdays, starting today and until August 20, on the Master Class section of the website. Here’s a quick outline of what to expect:

  • Debugging Essentials (Out Now): The what’s, why’s, how’s and when’s of debugging your stream problems. An overall look at what debugging is and how to do it.
  • Understanding Logs & Tools (8/13): Your best friend when it comes to debugging are the tools you have on your computer. In this part, we explain how to best understand and utilize these tools.
  • Asking for Help the Right Way (8/20): Sometimes you can’t solve things on your own — and that’s okay! No man is an island, but a great way to get help is knowing how to ask for help correctly. In this part, we talk about understanding your tech problems well enough to be able to explain them to others who may be able to help.

That said, we’re excited to ramp up production of more Master Class content over the next few months. Let us know what topics you want to see next!

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