LIVE STREAMING PLATFORM

Broadcast Live On Your Website And On Social Media.

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Go from “Create Account” to “Start Broadcasting” in just 2 minutes. Create your own online TV and radio stations, stream church services, webinars, music concerts, live sports, corporate meetings, and more.

 

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See It In Action

Experience breathtaking HD Live Multi-Bitrate HLS video streaming. Delivered to all desktops and mobile devices. Giving you a true edge for your customers viewing experience no matter what device or connection speed.

 

BROADCAST ANYTHING

All The Features For All The Use Cases
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MONETISE YOUR CONTENT

Flexible Options And No Commission
  • Pay Per View - Sell tickets to your live events. Sell and rent live event recordings (video on-demand).
  • Subscriptions - Create “your own Netflix” and charge a monthly or yearly fee for access to your live streams and video recordings.
  • VPAID/VAST Ads - There are no ads by default. You can display your own ads on if you want to, control the timing and keep 100% of your ad revenue.
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Live Chat

Connect With Your Audience

All of your live streams are equipped with a powerful live chat box that you can turn on or off as you wish. Send messages in the public channel or in a private chat room, ban users when you need to and delete messages. Plus, it’s more than text messaging. You can post a poll, run a Q&A session or share a chat message directly on social media.

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INSTANT PUBLISHING

Start Streaming Now

No need to fiddle around with technology. We’ve automated the greater part of the process so you can focus on your live stream. And it’s convenient, too! You can control the live stream right from the admin dashboard.

  • Presets to connect your webcam or external live RTMP encoder instantly
  • One-time copy/paste to embed on your website (works with all platforms)
  • Viewers don’t have to download any plugins
  • Universal sharing link that can be emailed or published anywhere
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ALL-CORNER SECURITY

Your Live Streams Are Protected

Whether you’re running a free 1-hour webinar or a paid 3-day boot camp, you have all the tools you need to protect your live stream from pirates and unwanted viewers.

Prevent screen recording with Dynamic Watermarking · Prevent video sniffing with Player Authentication · Domain, Location and IP restrictions · Cookie Hotlinking

Security For Live Video Streaming Services
 
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Cloud Recordings

Your Live Streams Available On Demand

Record your event while you’re streaming! Just a few minutes after your live stream is over, the on-demand video will be available for your viewers to watch, rewatch or share. To make it easy for them to find the recording, it will appear on the same web address as your original broadcast.

 

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Live stream your events by using one of the following options

Stream Directly from iPad / iPhone

Stream your live event using an iOS device and our EzeCaster Mobile App.

What do you need?

iPhone / iPad

EzeCaster Mobile iOS App

Video Tutorial:

SVP Platform

Download App:

App Store

Step by step guide

  1. Download and install the free EzeCaster Mobile iOS App from the App Store.
  2. Open the application and enter your account details.
  3. Choose an existing Live Event Player from your account

Visit the EzeCaster Mobile Page to learn more.

Live stream using a software encoder

Stream your live event using RTMP software such as OBS, Flash Media Live Encoder and Wirecast.

What do you need?

Computer

Webcam

Capture Card

Camera

Video Tutorial:

SVP Platform

Step by step guide

  1. Install your preferred Broadcasting software on your computer.
  2. Connect your capture card in accordance to the instructions supplied with your card to your computer.
  3. Connect the camera and audio source to your capture card.
  4. Open your broadcast software and ensure that your capture card is displayed as source then select it.
  5. Choose H264 as video codec and AAC as audio codec for the transmission.
  6. Open broadcast panel and choose FMLE as source.
  7. Copy the RTMP details and past them into your broadcasting software.
  8. Start sending the signal from the broadcast software and check that its being received in the broadcast panel.
  9. Start and Stop your broadcast from the Broadcast Panel.

Live Stream Using a Webcam

Streaming a live event using your webcam could not be simpler.

What do you need?

Computer

Webcam

Video Tutorial:

SVP Platform

Step by step guide

  1. Connect your webcam to your computer.
  2. Login to your account and create a new broadcast event player or use an existing one.
  3. Open Broadcast Panel.
  4. Choose webcam as source.
  5. Accept Flash notification.
  6. Start Broadcast.

Live stream using EzeCaster Pro

Stream your live event using the EzeCaster Pro all in one professional Encoder Box.

What do you need?

EzeCaster Pro

Camera

Video Tutorial:

EzeCaster Pro

EzeCaster Pro Link:

EzeCaster Pro Sale Page

Step by step guide

  1. Connect the camera and audio source to your EzeCaster Pro Encoder.
  2. Connect your EzeCaster Pro to a LAN or WiFi network.
  3. Login to your account, Create a new broadcast event player or use existing.
  4. Open your broadcast software and ensure that your capture card is displayed as source then select it.
  5. Open broadcast panel and choose EzeCaster Pro as source.
  6. Select the Auto Configure button in the panel.
  7. Start and Stop your broadcast from the Broadcast Panel.

Stream Directly from IP Cameras / RTSP Sources

Stream your live event using your IP / RTSP camera.

What do you need?

IP Camera

Video Tutorial:

IP Camera

Step by step guide

  1. Connect your IP RTSP camera to your router.
  2. Login to your account.
  3. Click on Add Media > Create New IP Camera Player or connect existing.
  4. A Pop-up settings window will open and ask you to enter your RTSP details such as: rtsp://username:password@8.8.8.8:554

    The details are made up of 4 parts.

    4.1 - First is the camera username. Should be provided by the manufacturer. please check your user manual.

    4.2 - Second is the camera password. Should be provided by the manufacturer. please check your user manual.

    4.3 - Third is your camera's external network IP Address. This can be found by going to Google and typing "Whats my ip"

    4.4 - Fourth is the network port to be used. Please ensure that you have opened port 554 in your router to allow external connections to the camera

    4.5 - Now simply give the camera a unique nickname and click on the "Add Cam" button to start using your camera as a live streaming source.

  5. Use Quick Publish to get Player Link, Embed Code or use the other publishing options.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I create multiple Live Event Streams at once?

Yes, you can create as many live streams and live stream players as you want. There is no limit on the amount of simultaneous live events you create.

What live streaming encoder do you recommend?

For professional streaming we recommend our EzeCaster Pro live video encoder as it’s a stand alone plug and play encoder as well as delivering a crisp full HD video. If you seek a cheap alternative software encoder we recommend the free Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder software which can be used in conjunction with a webcam or capture card to deliver your online live stream.

Do you support multi bitrate streaming?

Yes, fully support multi bitrate streaming with software as well as hardware encoders. Up to 3 separate streams can be sent. Learn how to stream live with multi-bitrate

Do you have a live viewer counter for my live event streams?

Yes, you can enable it from the broadcast panel of each individual player. Here is a quick guide on how to check simultanious viewers for your videos.

What Live Stream Codecs can I send to you?

You can send us RTMP live streams as well as RTSP from your IP Cameras. Both signals should include H264 as your video codec and AAC as your audio codec for maximum compatibility.

What kind of internet connection do I need to make a live stream?

We recommend a minimum upload speed of 500-600kbps for SD, 1Mbs for HD 720p and 1.5 to 2Mbs for HD 1080p.