Larix Broadcaster

988 reviews
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About this app

Larix Broadcaster is freeware, simple and powerful tool for remote contribution.
It allows streaming live content from your mobile device in real-time over WiFi, 3G, LTE, 5G via SRT/RTMP/RTSP/RIST.

~ SRT streaming: Caller (Push), Listen, Rendezvous modes, libsrt version 1.4.4
~ RTMP/RTSP streaming
~ RTMPS/RTSPS streaming over SSL
~ RIST protocol: Push mode with RIST Main and Simple profiles, librist version 0.2.6
~ Multiple simultaneous output connections, 3 is maximum.
~ Talkback: get audio return feed via SRT/RTMP/Icecast/SLDP. More:
~ Pause streaming: long tap on Start pauses the stream without disconnect; video is black screen, audio is silence
~ Stand-by stream mode: when stream is stopped, long-tap to start a stream in pause mode with separate set of overlays.
~ Audio-only mode: no video capture, works in background; use Setting -> Audio menu
~ AVC/H.264 and HEVC/H.265 encoding with AAC audio
~ HEVC over RTMP as a non-standard feature
~ Landscape and portrait, live rotation, "always horizontal" and "always vertical" modes
~ Front and back cameras hot switch
~ Multi-camera support on supporting Android 10+ devices
~ Concurrent cameras support for Android 11+: side-by-side and picture-in-picture streaming from front & rear cameras simultaneously. Requires devices which support concurrent camera usage, like Google Pixel 5
~ Larix Grove: easy links distribution via deep links and QR codes. More:
~ Saving to MP4, splitting videos into sections, making screenshots.
~ White balance, exposure, anti-flicker, video encoder profiles, FPS selection
~ Video stabilization on supporting devices
~ Background option: keep streaming with display turned off or while not in focus. Enable it in Settings / Advanced options / Background streaming.
~ 60FPS support: most devices with 60FPS cameras don't provide this capability to third-party apps. So if your device has that support, we do not guarantee Larix to provide it.

Adaptive bitrate (ABR) is available with logarithmic descend, ladder ascend, hybrid approach for SRT and variable FPS. It's disabled by default, check Video menu to use. Learn more in Q11 here:

Overlays and widgets support:
~ Image layers
~ Web widgets
~ HTML layers and custom CSS
~ Text and date/time layers.
~ Assign layers for all mode: streaming, pause and stand-by
~ Enable layers on-the-fly

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~ Streams to any media server like Nimble Streamer, Wowza Streaming Engine, Red5, Flussonic or any other.
~ Streams to vMix, OBS Studio and ortther desktop software.
~ Streams to Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Twitch,, Limelight CDN, Akamai, Dacast and other services via supported protocols.

Limited support for UVC via USB OTG, learn more:

Check more docs, tutorials and videos:

Want to create your own app based on Larix Broadcaster? Buy Larix SDK:
Updated on
May 15, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App info and performance
No data collected
Learn more about how developers declare collection
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

988 reviews
Adam Michaels
February 4, 2022
Five minutes in and I'm thrilled. I had one issue trying to broadcast to YouTube: when setting up a new connection, select Default Authorization and not RTMP. It kept requiring YT user/pass and I knew that wasn't right. Emailed support and less than ten minutes later they responded and the situation was resolved. Thanks!
8 people found this review helpful
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Softvelum LLC
February 5, 2022
Thank you very much!
David Remelts
June 2, 2020
I've used this now for a few weeks to stream our church service and have gotten positive feedback from people who have tuned in to the livestream. The only thing I would like to see is some indication of whether it is using the external mic or the built-in mic. I am feeding the sound to my phone from an aux port on our sound board and my Pixel 3a does not always detect the line plugged into the headphone jack as a microphone. So, the only way to tell is by monitoring the livestream on a separate device to see what it sounds like. It would be nice if there was some way to indicate which mic was being used for the audio. Or, a setting that forced it to use ONLY the external mic (rather than use external mic if available). Then, if I am not getting any sound level indication on the screen, I would know that it is not detecting the external mic. Thanks for the great app!
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Softvelum LLC
June 2, 2020
Thank you for the review! Regarding the source - please go to Settings -> Audio menu and play around with Audio source parameter. Some external devices may also need higher Sample rate (like 48000) so that's another thing to try in case of issues.
Sheldon Turner
July 17, 2020
I use the Larix app to stream Bible Study service on Wednesday evenings. The reviews I read previous to installing the app were fantastic. The app worked great for a few of our evening services but unfortunately, this past Wednesday was terrible! The audio feature is fine however, this picture resolution was nothing more than a blur. No one could see me at all. The entire screen was blurry. This is an issue that as of now, I still can't resolve. Need help before our next service!!!
10 people found this review helpful
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Softvelum LLC
July 18, 2020
We're sorry about this problem. We have a fix in beta track - you can tap "Join Beta" in Play to get it. We've also send this update to production and you will get it in several hours after we pass the store review. Let us know if this helps you. Thank you!

What's new

- Web overlays;
- HTML overlays;
- Custom CSS;
- Refresh overlays.