Connect an RTMP Encoder to Wowza Streaming Engine

| December 12, 2018

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The Wowza Streaming Engine™ is a flexible media server software that allows you to use your own encoder to integrate live video streaming into your app or service. Using an H.264 encoder that supports Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP), you can add live streaming into any workflow, using the equipment you already have.In this video, we’ll show you how to use Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) Studio, a free and open-source streaming and recording solution, as the source for an RTMP-based live video stream to Wowza Streaming Engine.To learn more about live video streaming with your RTMP encoder and Wowza Streaming Engine, see our technical documentation.

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