iPad Console: Streaming to multiple destinations simultaneously

Need to use SlingStudio Console for iPad to stream your video production to two destinations at the same time? Take a look here.

If you need to stream your project to two streaming sites simultaneously—for example, to both YouTube and Facebook—it can be done! In fact, there are two ways to do it:

  • Option 1: Use the Custom RTMP feature that the SlingStudio Console app offers.
    • With this feature, you can stream to services such as restream.io that let you stream to more than one Content Delivery Network (CDN) … such as YouTube and Facebook.
    • For more information, see the articles that are cross-referenced below.
  • Option 2: Use the live switched Program output via the SlingStudio unit's HDMI Output port.

Interested in Option 2? Here are step-by-step instructions for it:

How do I get a second program stream using the SlingStudio HDMI Output port's live switched Program output?

  1. First, configure the live broadcast stream to go to one of your destinations, such as Facebook.
    For more information on doing that, see the articles linked below.
  2. Second, use the SlingStudio unit's HDMI Out port to provide a feed that you can use with a PC or Mac computer running a free open source software product such as the Open Broadcaster product.
  3. In the SlingStudio Console app, tap the HDMI OUT control (in the lower-left corner) and set it to PROGRAM VIDEO.
  4. To connect the HDMI Out feed to a PC or Mac computer, use a device such as a Blackmagic UltraStudio Mini Recorder or a Magewell HDMI capture device to feed the SlingStudio program into Open Broadcaster.
  5. To configure an OBS stream for YouTube, please refer to this video:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtJHX7O3p5U

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