Streaming to Streamingchurch.tv

How to use RTMP to stream to Streamingchurch.tv Service for IPTV Live Church Feed

Login to your Streamingchurch.tv Account 

 

Stream Management > Setup > Encoder Settings 

 

To use our Vecaster/Vecoder with this service, Streamingchurch.tv provides the information necessary for our Encoder to establish a connection for RTMP

This service uses a username and password to Secure the stream, preventing intrusion. 

 

To use this style of RTMP with our unit, Simply we must follow the following format and combine it into one String in order to use it with the Vecaster/Vecoder. 

 

Encoder Username: PVI123

Encoder Password: Support123

Server URL: rtmp://scat2.streamingchurch.tv/livedn123

Stream Key:  live

 

rtmp://username:password@server url(REMOTE RTMP://) / Stream Key

 

Combined

rtmp://PVI123:Support123@scat2.streamingchurch.tv/livedn123/live

 

Login to the Vecaster/Vecoder unit and enable the RTMP(s) Push URL under mainstream. 

 

Mainstream > RTMP(s) Push > Enable > Hit Setup

RTMP does not support h.265. If you have our h.265 HEVC model, please change the encoding type to h.264 or use the substream in h.264 mode. - Please refer to the User Manual. 

 

The default value. Delete the default information in the text field.

Paste the new Combined URL into the Text Field. 

Once entered hit the Setup Button. 

Please note it can take up to 30 seconds before will show the Live view of the stream. 

 

Proceed back to streamingchurch.tv and schedule your Live stream event.

Streaming Management > Service Times

Setup your Schedule time. 

Once the time event occurs proceed to view your live stream under

Stream management > View your Stream

DVD player used as an example for the video feed.

 

Note: This guide is created to work with Streamingchruch.tv streaming service using their guides and information. Please refer to Streamingchruch.tv Support for any issues dealing with the streaming service. Provideoinstruments does not provide tech support for third-party applications.