Yes, Facebook support live 360 streaming but it requires compatible gadgets to go live on Facebook in 360-
degree mode. For a better experience of going live in
you need some high-end devices such as latest Samsung Gear 360, Giroptic IO, Insta360 and Allie Facebooks 360 degree streaming also supports
Nokia Ozo and professional grade Z Cam s1.
However, if you are having any of these additional devices you can still stream a live 360-degree video simply going to the available options given on Facebook.
The additional high-end devices are just to enhance the users' experience in a 360-degree live stream.
This is how a live 360-degree streaming looks like:
It really doesn’t matter whether you are streaming individually, from a Facebook or you are live with a group
of people. The broadcasting experience is literally same in all cases.+
Things to keep in mind before live streaming on Facebook
- For a better experience, you will require internet speed of around 4mbps.
- You can go live for four hours maximum with a resolution of 1080p.
- If you want to provide visibility hold the device properly you can even use a tripod stand to for the best experience.
- If you are targeting a particular place or any object for you viewers then maintain a decent distance from the device.
'Live Streaming is really exciting and it gets more exciting when you do it with proper setup'