StreamYard is a powerful streaming production tool available to use in your browser. Using the StreamYard studio, you will be able to quickly add graphics, banners, backgrounds and overlays to your stage broadcasts.
Connecting your StreamYard broadcast to your stage follows the same steps as connecting any RTMP source to your stage.
Setting up the RTMP Stream
- Open the Hopin event Dashboard
- Navigate to Venue > Stage
- Switch to the RTMP Stream tab
- Click Generate RTMP setup (this will generate a unique stream key for your event)
Note: The first and preferred is the main RTMP server in place. Should any issues arise when connected to the preferred server, we recommend switching to the fallback provider.
- Copy Stream Key (unique key generated for every event) and RTMP URL (standard URL used to stream to Hopin, that is across all events)
Connecting the RTMP to StreamYard
In order to stream to custom RTMP sources, you will need to be subscribed to the Basic StreamYard plan (or better). Pricing and more details about StreamYard can be found here.
Once you are logged in to your account, you will need to click over to the destinations page and then Add a destination:
Clicking that button will open a pop up where you can choose your broadcast destination:
As you can see, there are plenty of places you can stream to! To connect to the Hopin stage, you will want to pick Custom RTMP Server.
Inside of that box, paste the RTMP server URL and Stream key specific to your event. Then give your destination a name.
Now that we have added a destination, we can start our broadcast. To do this, click over to the broadcast tab and click create a broadcast.
Pick our Hopin event for the destination and then click create broadcast:
You will be prompted to share your audio/video devices, and then be taken into the StreamYard Studio. You can add overlays, backgrounds, logos, video files and much more:
Once you have your broadcast set up and ready to go, click the blue Go Live button in the top-right corner, and your broadcast will be streamed to your stage!
Remember, there is roughly a 10-second delay between the source stream and the Hopin stage.
When you are ready to end the broadcast, click the end broadcast button, located where the go-live button was:
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