Logitech Mevo Go3.0 / 5
Logitech's Mevo Go software will be ideal at some point for those looking to stream live events to their followers or subscribers — but it's not quite there yet.
Mevo Go is a companion app in the Mevo ecosystem that provides creators with solutions for multicam streaming and recording. With Mevo Go, the user can send video, audio, and can screencast to the Mevo Multicam app without the need for additional hardware.
Up until the beginning of January 2023, the Mevo community could only use dedicated hardware, like Logitech cameras, to join the multi-camera ecosystem. Now, Mevo Go allows content creators to tap into the Mevo ecosystem using devices they already own.
Getting started can be tricky
For good tech to soar, it is important that the tech is user-friendly. Logitech's Mevo Go is like an old car in the snow that needs a bit of gas to start — once you've revved it up and gotten going, it is a decent experience.
However, you might still feel out in the cold until you familiarize yourself with both apps and just how they work together.
How to get started with Mevo Go
If it seems like a lot of hoops to go through to set up, it is.
You'll need one device to record, another device to stream, two separate — yet linked — apps, a premium subscription, and a good deal of patience.
Mego Go - Features
Mevo Go is ideal for content creators. Creators have the ability to stream and record multicam videos in 1080p HD, which is a decently clear picture.
Other features include: wirelessly switching between two multiple Mevo cameras, streaming to YouTube and twitch, utilizing multiple camera angles, graphics, and picture-in-picture settings, mixing sound to your liking with the audio mixer, and adjusting camera exposure and lighting while live.
The interface is simple, but perhaps almost too simple. The app has the feel like it's still stuck in beta testing and can sometimes be buggy with random quits or your camera device disconnecting from the app at will.
Optional Logitech Mevo Start camera
If you would rather use a designated video camera to film and stream, you can consider Mevo Start.
While portable — but not as portable as the iPhone in your pocket — its zoom is often unresponsive even after multiple taps and the batteries die after about 90 minutes of filming. The picture and sound quality are good, but the technology in your phone rivals the power.
The upside to purchasing the camera is the ability to use your phone as a phone, instead of a camera/control center in case you need to answer a call or check your email while casting.
Where to find & subscription
Connecting Mevo Go to Mevo Multicam requires a Mevo Pro subscription. A 14-day free trial is included to test out the apps and their premium features, unlocking these features across all Mevo apps.
Note that using the 'free' version won't get you very far, as you won't be able to connect Mevo Go to Mevo Multicam. To use successfully stream, you'll need both apps across two devices, and that means you'll need to pay.
Mevo Go is promising tech, but there are still a few bugs to iron out. During the pandemic, we saw a huge demand for HD streaming across multiple realms. Even now, many of these shifts to the remote/online sphere are permanent and the demand remains.
Logitech's Mevo Go has room to grow and could soon be a great option for content creators.
Mevo Go Pros
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Rating: 3 out of 5
To use both, it'll cost you $19 per month or $149 annually.
Mevo is available in the United States, Canada, and select countries in Europe.