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 […]
In this OBS Tutorial for Dacast, we will cover how to connect to the Dacast streaming solution and set up your live stream using OBS Studio, a free and open-source live stream encoding software. Note that this tutorial is not based on the Dacast version of OBS Studio that is available in your Dacast account. […]
Are you looking for a free encoder? If so, please note that we recommend OBS Studio rather than Adobe FMLE, as it’s a more reliable software. However, we do still support both encoders. Adobe FMLE can be a good solution if you intend to do multi-bitrate streaming. For that reason, we’re offering this Adobe FMLE-focused […]
To change your video encoding profile, first go to Broadcast Settings (BROADCAST>BROADCAST SETTINGS). Then click Edit from the image below and one of the options will be the profile for your video encoding.
The password is the password of the live channel you are planning to stream on. This is not the password you use to login to your DaCast account. Find all the details you need on how to stream on a DaCast live channel using VidBlasterX here.
Although the DaCast platform is based around video streaming, its fairly easy to achieve radio streaming, especially for those using Flash Media Live Encoder.To do this, first setup your live channel the way you want it. When you reach the step, either download Flash Media Live Encoder or open the program if you have already […]
DaCast is completely compatible with flash supporting encoders, including ViewCast’s Niagara line. First, after logging into your DaCast account and creating a Live Channel, select “Other RTMP Encoder” as your acquisition method. Now login to your Niagara Streaming System and go to the Output tab of your Flash encoding profile. Under “Stream Address” put the […]
Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder (FMLE) is a discontinued product that is not supported anymore. We recommend using OBS, a free and much more reliable alternative for streaming live video: How Do I Stream using the OBS Studio | DaCast encoder on Windows?