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 – […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Audio-Only Live Streaming To do audio-only live streaming, simply set up a regular live stream as you normally would. Then, in the encoder, such as Flash Media Live Encoder, uncheck the “video” feature, and your stream will become audio-only. This feature works for HTML5 channels. For the best performance, you will want to use AAC audio […]
The answer to whether you can live broadcast over the Dacast platform via your phone is “yes”. Almost all RTMP enabled sources, including apps, will work over Dacast. However, you want to make sure the app support a login and a password. This is a secure requirement to stream over the Akamai network which is […]
A stream coming from Dacast can be viewed from a number of video game consoles and devices, including the Nintendo Wii U, Microsoft Xbox360, Sony Playstation 4 and more. This involves using the consoles’ browser to navigate to a page that has the feed. Most browsers for these systems ship with Flash already installed and […]
Yes, viewers can watch Dacast videos, both live streams and video on demand content, from any device that supports HTML5 streaming. This includes iOS devices (iPhone, iPad), Android devices, consoles like the Wii U and many more.