How to Use Flutin Free-Flow Studio (FFS)?

Add multiple elements like GIFs, Images, Videos, Stickers, etc in the form of layers using Flutin Free-Flow Studio (FFS) and customize your live stream in REAL TIME.

Here is a step by step guide on how to use Flutin Free-Flow Studio:


  • You can either schedule a live stream or directly go live after logging in your Flutin Account by clicking the “+ New Live Event” button.

  • Or, click the “Go Live Now” button to go live instantly.



  • After filling up all the necessary options and adding social media channels click the “Go To Live Studio” button at the bottom.

  • A pop will appear, select “New Free-Flow Studio(Beta)”.



  • Now you will be directed to Flutin New Free Flow Studio (FFS).

(Note : In case of “Schedule Live Stream” the option to choose Free Flow Studio will be given when the live stream starts.)

  • Now let’s get start customizing your live stream by adding elements like Gifs, Images, Video etc 🙂

  • In the bottom left side of your studio you will see “Add layer button”, click on it.



  • After clicking the add layer button a pop-up with multiple options will appear.

  • Click your desired option. (I will be selecting a Logo)

  • Now a “Your Media” box will appear on the screen.

  • Click the “Upload” button to add your desired element to your device. Choose the element from your device and click “Open”

  • Now your element will appear on Your Media.

  • Click on the element and then press “Add to Screen”



  • You can follow the same steps to add multiple elements to your live stream.

  • All the elements you have added on your stream will appear in the right panel of the studio under the “Layer” tab.

  • You can hide a specific element, and select the element on the Layer Tab. Click on the “Hide” button on the right side.



  • Viola! The Layer will hide from your live stream.

  • To unhide the element click the “Show” button.

  • To manage the layer order, click the specific layer or click the three-dot icon on the right side and drag the layer where you want it to be. 

Watch the tutorial here: https://youtu.be/lpMKkyRSVKM

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