When a stream needs to be sent to multiple destinations, you can use push endpoints to do so. Currently the following protocols are supported:
At the moment we support a maximum of 10 push endpoints per stream.
In order to push a stream to YouTube you need to have an existing YouTube live event. You can find out how to do this here: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2474026?hl=en&ref_topic=9257984. Once you've set up your live event, select that you want to stream using an encoder. Under stream settings you will find the following:
First, copy the Stream URL (rtmp://a.rtmp.youtube.com/live2) and paste it into the push endpoint. Then add a / at the end so the URL looks like this:
Now copy the streamkey with the copy button and paste it after the last / character so the final URL looks like this:
You can configure push endpoints when adding or editing streams. In order to edit a stream go to streams, click on the 3 dots and select "Edit Stream". When you are on the Edit stream screen you can add push endpoints.
You can enable transcoding for push endpoints. You'll need to select a streaming config and a video representation if you wish to use transcoding. You can optionally set a delay, a delay of 0 seconds means real-time so no artificial delay is added.
The stream endpoints accepts the following format: