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  1. The display is not showing anything after powering on, although the fan can be heard. We have tried using a front panel / display from a working unit and this has not resolved the issue

    Replace the SD card.  If the problem still continues, please contact Support. 
  2. Supported Modules

    Sierra 7430 Sierra 7455 / 7304 Sierra   7455 UBLOX Bangladesh Afghanistan Argentina Panama Brazil Albania Bahamas Cambodia Algeria Barbados C...
  3. Best Practices for At-Home Solutions

  4. What Devices Does LU-Smart Support?

    While we strive to make LU-Smart as versatile as possible, we focus our testing on the most popular smartphones, running the current OS versions, accessories. iOS Devices •    iPhone 6, 6 Plus •    iPhone 6s, 6s Plus...
  5. Community - Introduction Video

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Login to LiveU Community at:  https://community.liveu.tv ...
  6. What is the difference between a Flash preview and an MJPEG one?

    Requirements: LU-Central running on V7 and above (relevant for OPS users) LiveU server with version 7 and above. MJPEG license enabled Comparison: Category Flash MJPEG Plugin required Yes (supported on most brows...
  7. What Devices Support IFB?

    PreSonus AudioBox 22VSL PreSonus AudioBox 1818VSL Komplete Audio 6 Behringer U-PHORIA UMC1820 Focusrite scarlett 18i20 TASCAM US-16x08
  8. What Bonding Service Works Best with LU-Smart?

     For best results from LU-Smart we suggest leaving the Bonding Service enabled by default.  This will use both WiFi and Cellular connections to create the most stable connection possible.  If you are only connected to one network (WiF...
  9. LU-Smart HD Mobile App - Android Version

    The LU-Smart HD Mobile App Solution brings LiveU's bonded transmission technology to mobile phones and tablets, combining Wi-Fi and cellular networks to reach optimal video quality. Cover breaking news and events as they happen simply by using y...
  10. My previews don’t show on LU-Central. Why is that?

     This is usually caused by one of three things:   1) The port is not properly forwarded.  2) The port is already in use elsewhere on your network.  3) The workstation is restricted (by a firewall rule) from accessing the port ...