Hey everyone! So I own a gaming website and I want to do a Live Stream some gameplay from xbox/PS3 on my site but I don't want to use uStream or JustinTV or something like that and then just embed the stream on the site. If it's not so difficult could someone tell me how I could get my own Live Streaming system on my site? I don't no a lot of coding languages yet so I can't really code my own, if anyone knows some kind of open source live streaming thing sorry I can't really explain it well, but if there is something like vBulletin forums but instead of a forum a live streaming system.
Thanks very much in advance it's very much appreciated!
Answer by ginaindy90 · Jul 20, 2012 at 07:00 AM
To create a live streaming on your system, you need the following:
PC or Notebook, or Iphone, ETC.
live stream device of your hardware, like TV + Video-Capture Devices, a webcam, or streaming camera.
Software on your PC (Notebook, or Iphone, ETC.).
Flash Media Encoder (FME) and install it on your system. Download here
ManyCam and install it on your system
Streaming server or video hosting website, like rayson.tv, justin.tv, ustream.tv, etc
After the above preparations are available, running well and ready for use, you need to do the last step below:
Quick instructions to broadcast your channel Using Flash Media Encoder (FME) on your system (PC, etc):
Open the flash media encoder and select 'Stream to Flash Media Server'
Enter the URL That you see in the 'FMS URL Field:' in the 'FMS URL:' input field
Enter the stream name That you see in the 'Stream Field:' in the 'Stream:' input field
Click the connect button
Start your broadcast!
For more fun you can use ManyCam
More Info using FME: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashmediaserver/articles/webcasting_fme.html
Answer by jwire4 · Apr 17, 2011 at 01:06 PM
Why would you not go with a free streaming solution like Ustream, Justin, or Livestream? Ustream offers a paid solution called Watershed more info can be found at https://watershed.ustream.tv/ . By not going with one of the freebies, you now are stuck with some enormous challenges. You either pay a partner like BitGravity, or you stream it yourself. Keep in mind you would have to code your own video player, and aso pay for bandwidth.
Answer by Cameron · Jul 20, 2012 at 11:09 AM
Ryan Pierson makes it's pretty straightforward.