Add a logo to your Studio

« to Customize and brand your Studio: Overview

Who: Host, Producers, and Riverside Account Owners, Admins, Directors
Plan: Riverside for Business
Device: Computer Browser

Brand and customize your Studio by adding your logo.

Please note:

We are gradually releasing updates to our Studio branding features. If you see brand.png at the top of your studio, scroll to the bottom of the article for the beta version steps.

Step by step

  1. Log in to your Riverside account.
  2. Click the desired Production.
  3. In the list on the left, hover over a Studio and click ••• [the three dots].
  4. On the menu, choose Settings.
  1. In the Brand section, find Studio logo.
  2. Click + Upload.
  3. In the file picker, choose a SVG, JPG or PNG image from your computer.
    We recommend using an image with a 16:9 aspect ratio, a 1:1 aspect ratio, or a file that
    is 128 × 72 pixels. 
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In the lobby, the logo is shown to the Host, Guests, and Producers. In the Studio, the logo is shown to everyone. It also appears above the video frames during a live stream.

Step by step - beta version

  1. Log in to your Riverside account.
  2. In the ☰ menu on the left, hover over the Studio, and click ••• [the three dots].
  3. Click Go to Studio.
  4. On the Lobby page, enter your details and click Join Studio.
  1. At the top of the page, click the brand.png Brand icon.
  2. Next to Logo, click the plus.svgplus icon.
  3. In the Logo menu, click Upload.
  4. In the file picker, choose a JPG or PNG image from your computer. We recommend using an image with a 1:1 aspect ratio or a file that is 72x72 pixels.
    The image appears in the corner of your Studio.
  5. Next to Placement, select the corner of the Studio to display the logo.
    The logo is saved in the Studio.

    To remove the logo, go to the Brand settings. Next to Logo, hover over the current logo and click the X.
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Anyone who joins your Studio sees the logo and it's included in live streams

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