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"Stream configurations" are the way to control the properties and characteristics of streams. When creating a stream you can specify which of your stream configurations to use, or you can specify the system level configuration which has the most common features enabled. Options such as defining transcoding settings, including which video representations to transcode, enabling RTMP push or pull and including a watermark are some of the stream features.
The stream manager is your go-to section in the console to start and stop your live streams, monitor their performance and find advanced details for each stream such as the transcoding status, playlists and multi-streaming URLs.
The core of MyCujoo Live Services is a highly scalable and reliable streaming solution that also powers the video experience on mycujoo.tv.
This streaming platform allows for the processing of incoming live video content through RTMP (or uploads) and the streaming to a video player on the internet using the most used video streaming standard today, HLS.
In most cases Streams are usually created attached to an Event. In combination, and with the other companion tools, they provide a way to effortlessly deliver an unrivalled live video experience to your users through the MCLS players.
Stream are highly configurable depending on your specific needs and contain all the technical details needed to setup up your stream your event, for example, your stream key, endpoint, and embed codes. Through the MCLS console you are able to setup and manage and monitor the performance of your streams.