This is for broadcasters streaming on low latency channels. Please note that your low latency channels won’t work in Safari if third-party cookies are not enabled. For more information click here. This article will show you how to enable cookies on: – Mac OS Sierra – Mac OS High Sierra – iPhone iOS 11 – […]
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 […]
Generally there shouldn’t be an issue with buying content and creating more channels right away.If for some reason you are having trouble, trying logging out of your account and then logging in to solve this.
Spanish version available here. Learning how to broadcast your screen with microphone audio via Wirecast may be actually more complex than expected. Follow these steps to learn how, and let us know if you need further support. Part I: Configuring Wirecast First, you will need both Wirecast and an added install called “Desktop Presenter“. Once […]
Yes, you can rename the channel at any time without redoing the embed code. For viewers, though, the changes will only appear once they reload the player. In other words, if they started watching before the change, they will not see the new name until they reload the player.
Wirecast Troubleshooting: First, have you received the following Wirecast error message (also pictured below in a screenshot): “Cannot publish the stream. Verify the stream name and if you have provided any credentials/tokens”? If you’ve received this message, you probably have not entered the login and password inside Wirecast. Another possibility is that you entered these […]
Free trials and all level of accounts (monthly and pay as you go) can broadcast ad-free content over DaCast. All DaCast plans, including the free trial, offer fully white-label, ad-free streaming and video hosting.
Short answer: Yes, it’s possible to stream live via an IP camera. At DaCast, we have a number of broadcasters who use this option, instead of choosing to stream live via a USB or standard webcam. However, do note that streaming with an IP camera does require a certain level of encoder. If you are […]