Vmix uses multiple overlays and frames to produce a variety of frames to be used on your stream. To manage the switching of these why not use Elgato Stream Deck.
Streaming from the ground requires a camera connected to video encoder then to publishing software. Encoders and publishing software are covered in another section on this site. To get you up and running a simple HD camera can be used. The cost of this type can around two hundred pound and provides reasonable quality to get you started.
Whether you`re shooting 4K Ultra HD, 4:2:2 full HD or streaming to the web, the GY-HM200E does it all. Its integrated 12x optical zoom lens and 4K CMOS sensor deliver stunning 4K Ultra HD recordings directly to SDHC/SDXC memory cards. And the camera is totally professional, complete with dual XLR audio inputs, HD-SDI (3G) and HDMI outputs, together with dual codec advanced streaming technology.
We recently saw this video encoder on Amazon for around £40.00. We will run some further tests on this device to ensure it is compatable with live streaming. It connects to a camera and appears to work (almost) very well We were unable to get this item to work with Vmix. It does work with OBS.
We provide what we think is a basic set of kit to get you started streaming at your stadium. This will allow to to start streaming very quickly. Use this to connect to our OTT platform to allow you to collect payments and allow viewers to watch the stream. Once you have used the kit for a while you may wish to move up to a larger camera.
From July 2021 we now recommend setting up a single stream as dacast`s new system provides multiple outputs depending on users internet connection speed. We now recommend setting up a single HD 720p 1.5Mbps stream based on the settings below. ensure you have keyframe aligned ticked, Profile should be changed to High (not Baseline), Strict CBR should also be checked. The video bit rate can also be lowered/set to 1.5Mbps, we can correspond that to the upload speed if ever because Due to COVID19, internet companies throttle download and upload speeds at various times, and therefore a lower bit rate on the lower side of the range is recommended. Check the dacast website for optimum details : https://www.dacast.com/support/knowledgebase/live-encoder-configuration We previously used multiple upload streams to allow users to cope with higher or lower quality connections, however, that is now handled by the CDN and one upload stream is fine.
When you register or request a new password you should received an email with a new password within 5 minutes. If you have issues receiving a password, Please contact us and we will provide you with a new password.
Season Ticket holders can access the system by enterring their Customer Number and Postcode. The Customer number will be printed on your ticket. Pressing View Stream will take you direct to the stream. Note that we have a security check which allows only one IP address (internet connection) per day using the customer number. Do not give your customer number details to anybody else, otherwise you will not be able to watch the stream.