If you want to use live audio-visual streams on your stage, you can either set the stage to auto-detect any streams that are sent to the server, or you can create a stream media item and assign it to your stage.
Auto-detecting streams allows for the spontaneous addition of live streams to your performance. For example, you could invite the audience to send streams from their mobile phones to be included in a live performance. However, if others are also using the same UpStage server and sending streams at the same time for different performances, letting your stage auto-detect all streams will impact on performance.
To allow streams to be auto-detected on your stage:
If a stage is not set to auto-detect streams, you need to create a stream in Media Management and assign it to your stage. This means you can control exactly which streams can be played on your stage.
In the Backstage, click on "Media" and hover the cursor over the "New +" button. From the dropdown menu that appears, click on "RTMP Stream".
Enter the unique key (name) for your stream. This must be exactly the same as you have entered it in whichever streaming application you are using to send your stream. See the section on Streaming for more information about sending a stream.
Go to the "Stage" tab at the upper left of the Media Management window. Here you can select which stage(s) you want your stream to be available on. The same stream can be assigned to multiple stages. You can also assign your stream to a stage via the Stage Management interface.
Remember to click "Save" at the bottom right of the Media Management window when you have finished creating or assigning your stream.
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