How do I stream Using VidBlasterX?

VidBlaster is a paid encoder for Windows only. You can download a free version of VidBlasterX Studio version 5 here. Note that VidBlasterX Broadcast (the high-level software version) supports multiple streamer modules, allowing you to set up multiple streams. Inside your Dacast Account: If you haven’t done so already, you first need to create a live channel. Go all […]

Teradek VidiU Documentation

Using Teradek VidiU with Dacast: The Dacast service is compatible with almost any RTMP enabled encoder, including the Teradek VidiU. This document is meant to get you up and running with your Cube. It assumes that you have already connected the device to a camera correctly and are now ready to start configuring the streaming […]

TriCaster Documentation

Note: This documentation uses an older version of the TriCaster hardware. For more updated information, please reference this offsite guide. Why Use TriCaster? Dacast is completely compatible with flash-supporting encoders, including the NewTek TriCaster. Getting set up to record over a TriCaster is easy! You just need to set the acquisition method to “Professional Encoder” […]

Discover Video Documentation

If you are looking to broadcast live footage along with PowerPoint and other desktop applications from your computer over DaCast, the Discover Video encoder offers a quick solution. To get started, first install the Discover Video encoder to your computer. The software can be purchased here: Once the program is started, you should see […]

Does Dacast support Flash?

RTMP (Flash) stream delivery is being discontinued by Verizon Digital Media Services, our current CDN partner for flash live channels. Since May 1st, 2017, it is no longer possible to create or stream on a flash live channel. To replace your flash channel, you have the possibility to create an unlimited number of html5 live […]