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Determining an Encoder's Capabilities
It is important to understand the capabilities of the software and hardware used to encode live streams and how streams are sent to Kaltura. Depending on what Kaltura live entry configuration you have chosen, your encoder will either be encoding an...
Which encoders can I use with Kaltura Live Streaming
Follow the instructions to create connection settings for Kaltura Live the following encoder:s Wowza GoCoder Hauppauge Matrox NewTek Teradek Other Encoders ...
Kaltura MediaSpace Go (KMS Go) Android/iOS Supported Browsers / Devices
Mobile Devices Device Name OS  iOS- iPhone 6 iPhone 6 SE iPhone 7 iPhone 7+ iPhone 8 iPhone 8+ iPhone X iPhone XS iPhone XR    2 latest vesions (Beta versions are not supported)  ...
Setting up the Webcasting Live Video Stream
This article walks through the process of setting up a live stream for a webcast event using Adobe FMLE. Verify that you have the following Live Stream details from the Webcast Event page:  Primary URL -  the system automatically genera...
Recommended Video Source Formats and Specifications
While Kaltura supports a wide range of video formats and codecs, there are some recommended specifications for creating source files. These will ensure that your source file is quickly  transcoded to multiple flavors (renditions), while ...
Converting RTSP to RTMP for Ingestion to Kaltura Live
Background As of May 2016, Kaltura Live only supports ingestion via RTMP.  However, there are many devices that do not support RTMP broadcasts.  Examples of these types of broadcasts include many IP-enabled cameras (e.g. Axent security c...
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Supported Encoders for Akamai Live Streaming
The Flash Live Streaming service uses the usual RTMP protocol while the HD Flash Live Streaming service generally uses HDS. There are different sets of tested/qualified encoder for these services. For Flash Live Stream, the following encoders were ...
Configuring Live Streaming on Kaltura On-Prem Using Red5
To support a non-Akamai live stream from the KMC, this article describes a workaround on how to configure live streaming through the TestMe Console. Red5 through FMS live streaming can be configured using the process described here. Prerequisites: ...
How to prepare a live stream entry
Use this option to create a live stream entry. To prepare a live stream entry   Select the Upload tab. Select Live Stream Entry, to provision a live stream on the CDN. The live stream should be configured with your encoder IP address. &nb...
Kaltura Live - Preview Live
Kaltura Preview Live  Overview The Preview Live feature allows a live broadcaster to preview the live stream before the actual live event has started, and before viewers can actually see the live content. The Preview Live feature ensures...
Stream Health Monitoring Using the Kaltura Live Dashboard
Stream Health represents how Kaltura Live servers sense the ingested stream health from the customer encoder. By exposing the stream health, the Kaltura Live Dashboard provides users visibility to potential issues with their live streams and provide...
Using Multiple Audio Tracks with Kaltura Live+
Using Multiple Audio Tracks with Kaltura Live + Kaltura supports multiple audio/language tracks for Live+ streaming. Multiple audio tracks are used to provide live streaming with several audio tracks, typically in different languages and p...
Kaltura Live Recording (Live to VOD) KMC- NG
Overview of Kaltura Live Recording to VOD Kaltura Live supports Live to VOD recording. Providing live events/programs to on-demand viewers extends the reach of your live content and allows users to select and watch/listen to video or audio con...
What live streaming types are available in the KMC
The following Live Stream types are available: Kaltura Live Streaming (HDS / HLS / DASH) - Default - Kaltura live streaming services are provisioned within the Kaltura data center. Supports cloud transcoding, extended DVR window, live to VOD arc...
Kaltura Live+ Latency FAQs KMC
What is Live Latency? Live latency is considered to be the delay between the time when the camera captures video and the time when the video is displayed on the player. The overall latency is affected by several elements along the way: Local e...
Broadcasting to Kaltura with Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder (FMLE)
Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder (FMLE) is a free encoder that you can use to broadcast directly to Kaltura. Prerequisites: This article assumes you have already performed the following actions: Created a Kaltura account and am certa...
Kaltura Management Console - Live Dashboard Overview
The Kaltura Live Dashboard is a central location for all related live actions and information.The primary purpose of the dashboard is to support customers with a live workflow who want to actively monitor the health of their system. Users can quickl...
Kaltura Live+/Cloud Transcoding
Live+/Cloud Transcoding offers three types of packages: SD , HD and HD+ Choose the package based on: The video quality which is required for your live streams – If HD is required, go with HD or HD+ Your encoder processing capability &...
OBS Studio and Kaltura Live Streaming
This article describes how to set up Kaltura Live Streaming using Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) Studio. OBS Studio is open source software for video recording and live streaming. It is one of many software-based encoders that may be used to broad...
Setting Up OBS Studio and Kaltura Live Streaming
OBS Studio and Kaltura Live Streaming This article describes how to set up Kaltura Live Streaming using Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) Studio.  OBS Studio is open source software for video recording and live streaming. IThe OBS Studio live e...
RTMP Endpoints for Kaltura Live Streaming
RTMP Endpoints RTMP endpoints are the URLs that should be configured on your encoder for streaming live to Kaltura SaaS.  The endpoint contains the following information: Primary RTMP URL (mandatory) - This is the primary stream targ...
Kaltura Live Stream Requirements Guide
A good source stream is essential for live streaming to work properly. Please configure your encoder according to the following recommendations: Encoding Guidelines: Video codec: H.264, main profile Video frames per second (FPS): based on ...
Kaltura Live Supported Encoders
Kaltura Live Supported Encoders Kaltura Live can receive RTMP inputs from almost every encoder that supports RTMP. Some of the popular encoders that may be used are: OBS - Open Broadcaster Software Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder (FMLE) Tel...
Kaltura Live Streaming Overview
Thinking about Live Content Live content needs to be thought about a little differently from on-demand content. The main differences are: The production and management workflows are different. The objective is to deliver content that has tim...
How to Set Transcoding Profiles for Live Streaming
You can define and then set a default live transcoding profile. Live transcoding profiles are available for Kaltura live streaming broadcasts. The options for live streaming transcoding profiles include Pass-Through and Cloud Transcode. Pass-Throu...
Getting Started with Kaltura Live
To get your first live stream up and running with Kaltura, you need to perform the following steps: Have a Kaltura account and make sure Live is enabled. To enable Live on your account, please contact Kaltura via your CSM (Customer Success...