In addition to the mobile app, Mobidoo supports livestreaming through a combination of RTMP-based PC software and a camera.
Check the streaming network environment to host a livestream in advance and use the most stable network. (e.g., Wired, Wi-Fi, etc.)
This step must be checked even when you are using other streaming programs.
STEP 1. Visit the Internet speed test for a site to check the Internet speed.
STEP 2. Click Show more info.
STEP 3.Check the Loaded information under Latency to determine the Internet connection status as shown in the table.
|Internet Connection Status
|Great streaming environment
|100 to 200 ms
|Acceptable streaming environment
|200 to 300 ms
|Possible intermittent disconnection with dropped frames
|Unstable; connection not recommended
Do not do the following. It may cause streaming errors.
Do not stream with two or more networks (e.g., using Wi-Fi and wired connection simultaneously). The network may be switched while streaming, which may interrupt the livestream.
If the livestream is interrupted due to the network switch while streaming, it is impossible to recover. Be cautious as this applies to both switching from wireless to wired and wired to wireless.
- When hosting livestream through OBS, keep in mind that the livestream starts immediately.
- If streaming does not start for 30 minutes after the scheduled live time, the system determines it as canceled and you can no longer host the livestream with that information. Copy the stream table to create a new livestream.
You can view the streaming information in Saucelive Admin. Copy the information and use it for streaming in OBS.
- View the Stream URL and Stream Key in Liveconsole > Side Bar > Transmission Information.
- View the Stream URL and Stream Key in Content > Livestream > Title > Details Screen > Check the Transmission Information.
The display time of the information changes according to the scheduled livestream time. By default, it is created 30 minutes before the scheduled time.
- ️ You can copy and use the streaming information when the status is set to Stream Standby in Analysis > Livestream, and you must click the Start Livestream button in the streaming program.
- If you stream when the status is not Stream Standby, streaming may not be performed normally because the system is not ready. In this case, pause OBS streaming for about 1 minute and restart streaming.
STEP 1. Run the OBS program.
STEP 2. Select Settings> Stream.
STEP 3. For Service, Set Custom Streaming Server.
STEP 4.For Server, enter the Stream URL copied from the streaming information above. For Stream Key, enter the copied Stream Key.
STEP 1. Edit the settings in Settings > Output.
STEP 2. Select Advanced for the output method.
STEP 3. Check and enter the recommended values for settings below.
① Incoder: x264
② Rate Control: CBR or VBR
If the streaming resolution is more important, VBR is recommended.
③ Bitrate: Enter the bitrate value as below according to the Internet upload speed. [Checking the internet speed]
- Upload speed of 20 Mbps or more (High definition or 1080p streaming possible): 4,000 kbps
- Upload speed of 15 Mbps or more (Recommended streaming resolution possible): 2,500 kbps
- Upload speed of 10 Mbps or more (Low definition streaming possible): 1,500 kbps
④ Keyframe Interval: 1
⑤ Low Latency Setting: Set the following values for item 5 in the image above to set low latency.
- CPU usage: ultrafast
- Profile: main
- Tune: zerolatency
What is Low Latency?
It is a technology for reducing the streaming time difference between the streaming program and the player.
Mobidoo developed low latency technology, and using this function allows streaming with low latency.
⑥ x264 settings (separated by blank) : Copy and paste the encoding settings parameter below according to the upload speed.
- Upload speed of 20 Mbps or more (High definition or 1080p streaming possible)
8x8dct=1 b-adapt=2 bframes=3 nal-hrd=cbr bitrate=4000 direct=auto keyint=30 me=umh profile=main deblock=1:0 colorprim=bt709 transfer=bt709 colormatrix=bt709
- Upload speed of 15 Mbps or more (Recommended streaming resolution possible)
8x8dct=1 b-adapt=2 bframes=3 nal-hrd=cbr bitrate=2500 direct=auto keyint=30 me=umh profile=main deblock=1:0 colorprim=bt709 transfer=bt709 colormatrix=bt709
- Upload speed of 10 Mbps or more (Low definition streaming possible)
8x8dct=1 b-adapt=2 bframes=3 nal-hrd=cbr bitrate=1500 direct=auto keyint=30 me=umh profile=main rc-lookahead=60 deblock=1:0 colorprim=bt709 transfer=bt709 colormatrix=bt709
STEP 1. Edit the settings in Settings > Video.
STEP 2. Check the recommended settings in the table below and enter the appropriate numbers in ① and ②.
|Settings for 1080p Streaming
|Basic resolution (vertical mode)
|Basic resolution (horizontal mode)
|Output resolution (vertical mode)
|output resolution (horizontal mode)
Check and enter the appropriate settings for the livestream type, such as portrait mode and landscape mode.
- Using the default values is recommended for settings that are not mentioned above.
- You can use the OBS settings that have been tested and verified according to the expert's opinion. (Check in advance to use separate settings.)
- For streaming in landscape mode, setting the background color to grey instead of black is recommended.
When the Livestream Status is Stream Standbyin Saucelive admin, click Start Livestream in OBS.
You can check the Livestream Status in Analysis > Livestream > List.
If you stream when the status is not Stream Standby, the livestream does not connect properly. Make sure to check the Livestream Status.
Keep in mind that the livestream starts immediately after clicking Start Livestream.
To end the livestream, click the Stop Streaming button.
You need to end the livestream in Saucelive Admin as well to properly end and automatically convert the livestream to VOD.
Click End Livestream at the top right in Liveconsole of the livestream.
Updated about 2 months ago