Yes you can, although Adobe recommends scheduling automated “maintenance” restarts in your encoder if you plan to do this. Here are their instructions and guides that Adobe has to set this up and best practices regarding it: https://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashMediaLiveEncoder/3.1/Using/WS5b3ccc516d4fbf351e63e3d11c104babd5-7ff…
First, if you have a Mac, you will have AAC on their already for use with Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder. If you are on a PC, then you can buy a AAC codec for $180: http://www.mainconcept.com/products/plug-ins/plug-ins-for-adobe/aac-encoder-fmle.html Otherwise, encoders like Wirecast are the best solution in order to get the ability to broadcast using the […]
In general, most people don’t need to open any ports and can start streaming right away. However, if you are having trouble and believe you need a port open, 1935 should be the key. This is the default port for RTMP (Real Time Messaging Protocol) services. Our service is setup to try to use ports […]
Wired is much better. Wireless can work, but it’s well known for having inconsistent speeds, sometimes dropping a lot in terms of overall performance. This can cause “sputters” in a live stream, especially if it’s set at higher bitrates.
It would certainly be possible to create your own stream using the old fashioned red and blue method. You can then load that, alongside a normal channel without the 3D, in a package to provide users a way to watch both. That said, there is no built-in way to transfer a stream to be viewed […]