Stream to YouTube Live
With our service you can send live streams to YouTube Live, where your audience can watch your live event.
The Stream Targets feature allows you to send live streams to widely distributed destinations. For example, you can send a live stream from our server to YouTube Live. This allows you to engage the YouTube community and retain media for video-on-demand delivery when the broadcast concludes.
Streaming to YouTube Live requires that you have a Google account and that you’re set up in YouTube to broadcast live streams.
How to broadcast to YouTube Live
Set up the YouTube live event:
Use the following settings to map the incoming live source stream to the stream target destination.
Note: If you change the settings for a stream target that has an active stream, the
stream target will be restarted.
1 From MojoCP click on the Stream Target Tab.
2 Enable Stream Targets.
3 Create New Stream Target.
4 Enter the Stream Target name in the dialog box, specify a unique name target as two stream targets can’t have the same name.Use a name to help you identify it from other stream targets. The name must be unique and can’t contain less-than (<), greater-than (>), colon (:), quotation (‘ and “), forward slash (/), backslash (\), pipe (|), question mark (?), asterisk (*), double-dot (..), and tilde (~) characters.
5 Source Stream Name
The Application name of the incoming source stream that will be sent to the destination. This can be found under the Overview Tab “Application Name”
6 Destination Application Name (live2)
The name of the application that you provisioned at this stream target’s destination is ( live2). The stream target will send the stream to this application.
7 Destination Application Instance (leave this blank)
The name of the application instance that you provisioned at this stream target’s destination. The stream target will send the stream to this application instance, or if none is specified, to the default application instance.
8 Destination Host (a.rtmp.youtube.com)
The hostname or IP address of the destination server that the source stream
will be sent to, type in the dialog box: a.rtmp.youtube.com
9 Destination Port (1935)
The port on the destination server that the source stream will be sent to is 1935.
10 Destination Stream Name
The name of the stream that the stream target will send to the destination. Some destinations will require that you use a specific stream name, which you must enter here in the dialog box this is your YouTube Stream name key: (Login to YouTube Dashboard )
11 User Name (Leave this Blank)
The user name to access the destination, if the destination server authenticates the connection.
12 Password (Leave this Blank)
The password to access the destination server, if the destination server authenticates the connection.
Click Save Change to apply your YouTube Live.
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