Melon is excited to share that we’ve just rolled out a new feature for live streamers: volume control. This feature will allow you to turn down the volume of your guests so they don’t dominate your viewers with their audio. We’re happy to provide our creators with this much-requested option and hope it’s helpful! If you have any feedback on the new feature, please visit us at https://melonapp.com/support or tweet @melonappcom.
In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to adjust the volume control. Currently, there are two ways:
- Controlling your guest's volume when you are a host
- Controlling your volume as a guest
Adjusting your Guests Volume
Managing the volume of your guests as a host is critical to maintaining a professional live stream. Interruptions or guests talking over each other can confuse and irritate your viewers.
To adjust the volume of your guests:
Step 1: Log into Melon using the email or credentials of your streaming platform of choice.
Step 2: Send your guest an invite link and wait until they join
Step 3: Volume meters will appear next to their name so that you can adjust them on the fly, while you are live or before your show begins.
Adjusting Volume as a Guest
If you are a guest receiving an invite to join a live stream, you can also adjust your volume before you enter the show.
To do that:
Step 1: Accept the guest invite from the host
Step 2: Click on “Advanced Settings” while you are on the join screen
Step 3: Toggle the auto-adjust mic volume, and now you can manually change your mic volume before joining the live streaming.
As a guest, you can also adjust your volume on the fly during the live stream.
Melon introduced this new feature to give streamers greater control over their show. You won’t have to worry about your louder or quieter guests dominating the show anymore because you can adjust them on the fly during the live stream. Please tell us what you think of this new featureIf you run into any issues or have any questions, you can reach out to [email protected] Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and Facebook.