Showing posts from September, 2019

Publishing the Live Streaming Content on WordPress Websites

How to Publish the Livebox live streaming contents on WordPress websites?        While live streaming on the server channel, the same live streaming content can be published on websites/blogs with the Livebox streaming server. To publish the live streaming contents on your WordPress website/blogs, first, you need to stream a source to your server channel. And from the server channel, you can publish the live streaming content smoothly on your websites/blogs within a few steps.Let’s see the steps involved to publish a live streaming content on WordPress websites/blogs. Create your channel  on Livebox. Stream a source to your channel using the RTMP URL of the same channel with the help of an encoder. Preview the live streaming on your  Channel Dashboard . Now go to  Manage channels  and select your live streaming channel. Then click  Embed code  to copy the displayed embed code. Note:  If your site is secured i.e. HTTPs encrypted (SSL encrypted), then you ha

How to Live stream a 360-degree Source Using the Livebox Streaming server?

The Livebox streaming server supports the live streaming of the 360-degree camera and its source. So, to live stream a 360-degree source in Livebox you can’t do in the regular streaming way, as you have to enable a few settings in the player settings. To Live stream a 360-degree source, Login Livebox. From the Livebox dashboard, go to  Channel Settings . In Channel Settings, go to the  Player Settings . In Player Settings,  Turn On  the  Video360  setting. Then click the  Save  button beneath the player on the right side. Now make sure that you have connected your 360-degree camera to the encoder. Then stream the video source captured to the channel you have enabled the Video360 setting using the RTMP URL of the same channel. To preview your source go the Dashboard and click on the player and navigate to the other sides captured by your 360-degree camera. Happy 360-degree Live Streaming!

Re-streaming on Facebook Using the Livebox Client Portal

The sub-user created by the Livebox admin can access the Client Portal and re-stream the live videos running on the Livebox server channel to their desired destinations. The destination could be anywhere, like Facebook, Periscope, YouTube, Twitch, RTMP servers, and other streaming platforms. So, to start re-streaming the Livebox server channel content on  Facebook , the sub-user have to log in the Client Portal with the credentials provided by the admin. Enter your username and password and then give  Login . When your  Client Portal  opens, click  Add Destination  to select any social media platform to conduct the re-streaming. A dialog box with many destinations opens, under which select  Facebook . Note : If you want to start your streaming process instantly after adding your destination then enable the  Automatically Turn On when adding push value  option. After you click on the Facebook option, a dialog box opens and you can click  Push live stream to Faceboo

How to Live Stream to Periscope through Push Destination?

Multi-channel usability is one of the features that Livebox integrates as it helps in distributing content around the globe over multiple mediums efficiently. Through Livebox the users can send their live streaming videos to all media that supports RTMP sources. Twitter is one such media which is supported by Livebox to stream live videos. And when it comes to streaming live, Twitter is popularly known as  Periscope . The following steps will provide you clear-cut representations to stream your videos on Periscope using the Livebox streaming server. Create your channel in Livebox. Stream your source using an encoder of your preference. From the navigation menu click  Manage channels  and under manage channels select  Channel Dashboard  and preview your source. Now go to  Push Destinations  under  Manage Channels . A Push Destinations window opens, select your streaming channel and then click the  Add Destination  button located on the right side or the thunder button on

Autostreaming the YouTube Playlist Videos

Livebox Autostrem is a feature developed by the Livebox streaming server to run channels with popular internet videos. With this feature in hand, it is now swift to share one or many YouTube sources to a certain media destination or a channel. And in the case of your own YouTube channel, you can also stream and share your YouTube videos to various destination/channel by creating a playlist in Autostream. To create the playlist using this feature, Go to  Autostream  and click the  Create  button. A dialog box  Add Video  opens, where select the  YouTube Files  option. Now click the  YouTube PlaylistID  option to stream the whole YouTube playlist videos on your channel. So, enter the  YouTube Playlist ID  in the box given below. Likewise, you can add a number of YouTube playlist ID to create your own playlist. ( Note:  For the YouTube Playlist ID whereabouts, refer to the illustration below.) In  General settings , give  Playlist name ,  Streaming URL,  set