Knowledgebase: MyVideoBroadcaster
Using Broadcaster
Posted by MVT VP on 13 May 2011 03:20 AM

You can use the MVT Super Stream Broadcaster desktop aplication to broadcast your video stream into a specific broadcast event.

1. From this drop down menu you will select the video source

2. From this drop down menu you will select the video format

3. From this drop down menu you will select the FPS for your video

4. From this drop down menu you will select the type of your encoding

5. By checking the box you will be able to resize your video and set your desired resolution

6. Check this box if you want to drop frames

7. From here you can set the width of the video

8. From here you can set the height of the video

9. From this drop down menu you will select the bit rate for your video

10. From this drop down menu you will select the deinterlace for the video

11. Here you will see the video feed that you are broadcasting

12. This is the audio level monitor

13. From this dropdown menu you will select the audio source

14. From this dropdown menu you will select the sample rate for the audio

15. From this dropdown menu you will select the bit rate for the audio

16. Check this box if you want to broadcast stereo

17. Here you will type your username (Ex: user@yoursite.com)

18. Here you will enter the password for your account

19. Click connect button to login with your account and start broadcasting

 

 

 

Start Broadcasting

You can start broadcasting the video feed using the desktop application. First you will need to select the event on which you want to broadcast

 

1. Click disconnect button to logout from the MVT Super Stream desktop application

2. From this dropdown menu you will select the broadcast event on which you want to broadcast

3. Click this button to start broadcasting

 

Here you can see how to add the MVT Super Stream into a live broadcast event

 

NOTES FOR WHEN RECORDING IS ACTIVATED USING MVT SUPER STREAM IN LIVE BROADCAST:

 

Hardware requirements:

 

  • When you use WebCams as Video Sources, the quality of the webcam influences the recording of the stream. The Frames Per Second the WebCam can support must be at least 30 FPS, same as the default FPS value is set in the broadcaster.

 

In case the light is poor and the camera sends less than 30 FPS you will need to stop the broadcast and modify the FPS to the value that the camera sends.

In order to view the FPS that the camera sends you will need to click on CTRL keyboard button. The following details will appear:

1. Here you can view the FPS value that the camera sends

 

If the value is less than 30 FPS you will need to stop the broadcast and modify the FPS to the value that the camera sends.

1. From this drop-down you will need to select a value close to the FPS value that the camera sends

 

  • To avoid applying any changes to default FPS value in the Broadcaster, you must have a Qualitativa Camera that supports 30 FPS and excellent light settings

 

LIVE Broadcast requirements:

 

  • Do not have drawings, recorded video, pictures and other gadgets at the beginning of a recording as they will make the initialization process hard and delays can appear
  • Instead start the recording with just video and add these as you move along;
  • Use the Drawing feature in Share Pod by one person at a time
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