In order to transmit you need to create a live in the WimLive section of your private page.
The OBS Studio software can be used to transmit the video stream.
Below is the essential information on how to configure and use OBS at best.
OBS> Add source
The first thing to do is to add the source device, OBS provides multiple options to choose from depending on the instrumentation you have available
- Click the button inside the “source” section.
- Select the desired option, if you have a web cam or camera select “video capture device”.
- Preview on your screen
OBS> Configuration for Live Streaming
- Click on the “Settings” button in the bottom right menu
- Access the “Stream” section
- Select “Custom streaming server” as Stream Type
- In the URL field, enter rtmp://streaming.wim.tv:80/live
- In the Stream Key field, enter the live stream key visible in your WimLive section
- Check the box “Use Authentication” and enter enter your username and password for the WimLive service
- username: your username on WimTV
- password: the password you have set on WimTV in your personal profile “WebTV settings” for the live streaming
OBS> Resolution setting and bitrate
The two most important data that determine streaming quality are resolution and transmission bitrate.
To change the resolution go to the “Video” section.
To change the bitrate, go to the “Output” section. Remember to enter the bitrate value in both the “simple output mode” section and the “advanced output mode” section.
To adapt the video preview to the screen, right-click on the preview, select “Transform” and then “Fit to screen”.
We recommend that you check your available upload bandwidth, and set resolution and bitrate accordingly.
OBS> Transmission and Registration
Now you are ready to stream! Click on the “start broadcast” button to start your live stream. You can also record your event on your PC by clicking the “Start recording” button.
N.B. We recommend that you register your event locally in order to have a quality that is not affected by any internet bitrate fluctuation.