Pro and Premium memberships can additionally purchase Live streaming from the conference room to YouTube, Facebook, VK, Twitch, and Restream.
In this article, we will focus on Live Streaming on Twitch
To start streaming, you need to create and enter the conference room.
This can be an instant, scheduled event, or a permanent room.
After you enter the conference room, you will see the button to start the Live stream in the upper right corner.
Feel free to click it).
When the button is pressed, a menu to Live streaming will appear.
Let's go to the streaming menu and explore it:
1. Live settings, tick the box:
-enable/disable participants thumbnails;
-only hosts content.
2. URL server input field
3. Stream Key input field
4. The "Add streaming server" button.
After you enter the URL and Stream Key, click "Add streaming server".
To start the stream press the "Start streaming" button.
To change or delete the streaming server, click "Edit". You can change or delete the streaming server.
Note: the settings for the streaming server are automatically saved for the conference room in which you created it. You can pre-select and configure the streaming server for any social network.
Don’t close the browser tab and go to Twitch to log in or Sign up and create the stream
Go to the personal account tab and enter the "Video Producer" menu.
On the left side of the author's control panel, open the "Preferences" tab and select "Channel", here you can configure the main functions of your channel, as well as its appearance.
Here you will need to copy the Main Stream Key and paste it into the "STREAM KEY" field in the Proficonf event room.
To get the "SERVER URL" you will need to go to the site https://stream.twitch.tv/ingests/, where you’ll need to select the closest web server and copy it’s link to the last slash symbol.
The closer you are to the server you have chosen, the less delay there will be on Twitch.
Paste the copied address into the "SERVER URL" field on the Proficonf conference room.
Click the "Start stream" button.
Stream on Twitch will start automatically.
You can track the stream on the author's control panel in the "Stream Manager" tab on Twitch.
To end the stream, click the "Stop Streaming" button in the conference room in Proficonf.
On Twitch, the stream will end automatically.