Intro to Screen Capture and Live Streaming for the June 16th NonProfit Commons Meeting

Join us Friday, June 16th for the Nonprofit Commons in Second Life meeting, which will feature Michael Bailey (Marcus Llewellyn in Second Life), who will present on how to screen capture and stream live. In this hands-on workshop, you will be walked through the steps of using free and open source tools and your computer to capture your screen or camera (whether for machinima or classroom instruction) and also how to stream live to YouTube. 


If you want to follow along and participate in the workshop, make sure to download and install the open-source app Open Broadcaster Software at and have a verified YouTube account that you can login to


Michael Bailey has been working with technology for the past 24 years. Originally a programmer, he discovered Second Life in 2007, and then became invested in the OpenSimulator project in 2009. Since then, he has acquired expertise scripting and building in virtual environments, as well as familiarity with the OpenSimulator software and it’s configuration. As an open source advocate, he makes heavy use of tools such as Blender and Open Broadcaster Studio. He’s streamed for the OpenSimulator Community Conference (OSCC) since 2014. He was instrumental in the OSCC 2016 live streaming setup, coordination, training, and A/V promotional materials. Currently a staff member at AvaCon Inc., he is dedicated to promoting projects for social good by means of video tutorials, presentations on useful software, and content creation.


Join us in Second Life!  (Make sure to arrive early for this special 2-hour workshop that is part of #SLMOOC 2017 -


Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting 

Friday, June 16th, 8:30 AM PT / SLT

Plush Nonprofit Commons Amphitheater


AGENDA (all times below PT) 

 8:30 am Introductions & Welcome

 8:40 am Featured Workshop - Intro to Screen Capture and Live Streaming

 10:00 am Hands-on Help and Q&A

 10:20 am Community Open Mic & Announcements


The mission of the Nonprofit Commons in Second Life is to create a community for nonprofits to explore and learn about virtual worlds, foster connections, and discover the many ways in which nonprofits might utilize the unique environment of Second Life to achieve their missions.  Nonprofit Commons is now peer-governed and funded! If you would like to help support NPC, you can donate via PayPal to


Many thanks to Brownrice Internet for hosting the NPSL site.