About External Streaming Destinations

In this article, you will find information about Streaming destinations and how to live stream to an external destination.

 

Note: You must have an active live-streaming subscription add-on to access Streaming Destinations.

 

You can now find the option to add streaming destinations under Veo Live. This means that you can stream to a destination other than the Veo Live app.

 

How to access the page

To find the Stream Destinations page, log in to your Veo account at app.veo.co, go to the left-side menu and select the Veo Live option.

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In there, you will see the following options:

  • Veo Live destination: If you want to keep in in Veo, you can keep live streaming to the Veo Live app, where your Club fans can watch.
  • Social Media: If you want to reach a bigger audience, you can select to livestream through YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, and Twitter/X.
  • Custom destination: If you have your own live streaming platform, you can even set it up to send your streamings there.

Please notice

At the moment, it's not possible to display overlays on an external streaming destination. If you live stream externally, keep in mind that the scoreboard, timer and promotional overlays will not be available.

 

How to set up a Social Medial stream destination

  1. Go to any of the SoMe options and click on Setup.
  2. Now you can decide to enter your SoMe platform Stream Key here (We advise you to check with each of the SoMe platforms on how to get the stream key, as it might be different for each one.), or toggle the option Request stream key when starting live streaming. You will be asked for the key until you're setting up the live stream in the Veo Camera app.
  3. Now, the platform will be visible when starting a Live stream on the Veo Camera app.
  4. Repeat these steps with the SoMe platforms you want to enable in your Clubhouse.

 

Each social media platform may have its own specific requirements for live streaming. We highly recommend you check with each platform to understand what these requirements are. By doing so, you can ensure that you meet all the necessary criteria and technical specifications to successfully livestream on the platform of your choice. This will help you avoid any potential issues or restrictions during the live-streaming process.

 

How to set a custom destination up.

  1. Find the option Custom and click on Setup.
  2. Add a name for your custom destination.
  3. Enter the RTMP or RTMPS endpoint URL. This is usually provided by the streaming platform you want to connect to.
  4. Enter the stream key. This is also usually provided by the streaming platform you want to connect to. Or toggle the option Request stream key when starting live streaming. You will be asked for the key until you're setting up the live stream in the Veo Camera app.

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Setting a destination as default.

You can decide to set a destination as default. You can change this at any moment.

 

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Upon starting a live stream, this will make the destination appear as the default option on the list of stream destinations in the Veo Camera app.

 

Choosing an external destination when setting up the livestream.

Now that you have set up the different destinations in your account, you can select them in the app when starting a live stream.

For this, you need to follow all the same steps as you would usually do to live-stream to the Veo Live app. You can check this article How to live stream with Veo Cam if you need further instructions.

After selecting your team, oppositions, and field size, you can select your streaming destination. Here, you select the platform and add the stream key.

 

 

Important note

When you stream to Socials, you, as a user, accept the responsibility of being a data controller, so you need to say "I understand" when setting up the Live stream on the app. We might ask you this every now and then, to make sure you don't accidentally break data protection laws.

 

Can I live-stream to multiple destinations at a time?

No, you can only send your live stream to one destination at the same time.

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