After you’ve set up your streaming encoder so you have the most fundamental connections required for streaming, you can now adjust the settings, share your streaming player page, among other streaming basics. If you want more features or to customize your channel, check out the Advanced Features page. Follow the links below for more information on your live streaming basic features:
How To Find Your Streaming Credentials – Follow the steps in this article to connect your MyVRSpot Channel to either your OBS or physical encoder.
Add Streamers or Assigning Broadcasting Permission to Channel – Add streamers to each streaming channel or, as we refer to it, assign a user broadcasting permissions to a channel or multiple channels.
Add Live Streaming Channels – If your district subscribes to multiple streaming channels, you can create more channels and give users permission to stream.
Live Broadcasting Quality Tips And Tricks – Now that you have the essentials of streaming equipment and understanding of connecting your MyVRSpot Channel information to your encoder, you can practice these streaming quality tips and tricks.
Sharing Your Stream & Stream Recordings
How To View Or Share Your Streaming Channel – You can share your stream using the streaming URL or embed code.
Where Do Your Streams Save? – The user account that the RTMP address and Channel ID are used in the encoder or Broadcaster App determines where your stream recording is saved.
How To Find Recordings Of Live Streams – If you can’t find a stream recording, follow these troubleshooting steps.
How To Use Tracking Analytics For Live Broadcasting – Now that you’ve shared your stream with your audience, you can view the analytics on both the stream and the stream recording.