The Custom RTMP broadcast output allows you to connect to other streaming services using the stream URL and stream key.
While you can already use XSplit Broadcaster to connect to Facebook Live directly, you may optionally want to use Custom RTMP to connect instead.
This guide shows you how to obtain the Stream Name and Stream URL from Facebook Live as well as set up the Custom RTMP account on XSplit Broadcaster.
The Stream URL will go to the RTMP URL field on XSplit Broadcaster. While the Stream Key will go to the Stream Name field. Please make sure that you keep your Stream Key private.
While you can already use XSplit Broadcaster to connect to YouTube Live directly, you may optionally want to use Custom RTMP to connect instead.
This guide shows you how to obtain the Stream Key and Stream URL from YouTube Live as well as set up the Custom RTMP plugin on XSplit Broadcaster.
The Name field is also required. This way, you can easily distinguish your output on the Broadcast menu list.
Click OK and you should now be able to access this as an output under Broadcast and start your stream directly.
Although it is already possible to stream to Twitch directly through our Twitch Live Plugin, it is possible to run an RTMP stream as well as an extra option or back up.
Show the Navigation bar by clicking the icon next to Home.
Click on Preferences > Stream and copy the Primary Stream key shown.
A Name for your RTMP output is required. This way, you can identify each RTMP output when you have more than one Custom RTMP output.
Click OK and you should be able to access these as an output under Broadcast and start your stream directly.
If your channel only provides one long URL, the Stream Key may be provided at the URL's suffix. In this case, remove the Stream Key from the URL and enter it into the Stream Key field.
Set a name of your Custom RTMP broadcast output.
Set a description for your livestream and archived video.
Set the RTMP URL (or Stream URL) credentials from where you are livestreaming to.
Set the Stream Key credentials from where you are livestreaming to.
Specify channel credentials
Set your login credentials for the channel your livestreaming to.
Set a shareable custom URL for your livestream.
Set whether the livestream is FMLE/3.0, FME/2.5, or XSplit/?. Set to FMLE/3.0 by default.