This article describes in detail all options available in the "Stream Configurations" section of MyArena. Please note that some options might be disabled, in which case you will need to contact our support at email@example.com.
Your "Stream Configurations" screen for a particular League has the below options:
This option is enabled by Default. If this option is selected, it means no live stream is being sent to a paltform like Youtube or Dailymotion.
If this option is selected, you will be able to type in the field below a remote server address such as : rtmp://publish.dailymotion.com/publish-dm/abcdef?auth=xyz . When the next game will be scheduled in this league, the live stream of that game will be sent to this address.
Once you enable this option, a "Video Player" section will appear below. Click the "Create Video Player" option from the far right to create a player on the Dailymotion platform. If you plan to embed the player directly on your website, we suggest you to leave the below checkbox for private video player enabled (otherwise, the player will be available through search engines).
Once you have created the player, you will see the below information. Copy the link and paste in the address bar of your internet browser to access the player. If you wish to Embed the player on your website or another platform, use the embed code displayed underneath your link.
Other options on this page:
- Enable or disable the streaming towards Keemotion platforms. This should be done only if the Internet bandwidth available in your arena is not high enough to stream towards both Dailymotion/YouTube and the Keemotion iPad App at the same time. See this article for more details.
- Video bitrate of the stream. Please note that, at this time, it applies to all of your streams (YouTube/Dailymotion + the Keemotion player).
Please note that if you select, for example, 2500 Kb/s, your bandwidth must be able to support 2 streams of 2500 Kb/s, which means a total of 5000 Kb/s. The higher the bitrate, the better the quality of the video will be and, therefore, the more bandwidth will be needed to support that bitrate.